AIM Brain Exchange is home to tech learning experiences for youth ages 7-17, and offers robust tech training opportunities for adults through AIM Interface School.
AIM Brain Exchange Activities for Youth include hands-on, project-based learning to introduce and engage students in technology.
AIM Interface School is a program of AIM that offers part-time, accelerated tech training in highly marketable, in-demand skill sets for todayâ€™s job market.
AIM Brain Exchange Activities for Youth are open to ages 7-17. With real life, scenario-based learning and team based on skill level and not age, we offer unique tech learning experiences you canâ€™t find anywhere else. Our highly talented tech facilitators and educators teach more than just skill; they teach the creative confidence needed to succeed in one of the most dynamic sectors of our economy.
Program topics include Cybersecurity, Game Design, Electronics, Engineering, Math, Media Production, Robotics, Sewable Circuits and more!
Begin by learning basics of iOS, but over time get into more complex concepts and API integrations. This session is 3 hours long and will run monthly on the second Wednesday from 9 â€“ 12 p.m. Wednesday, Starting May 10th.Register
Learn the basics of cross platform app development using Ionic framework - will learn basics of HTML, CSS, AngularJS, and MVC. Open to High School students and adults ONLY.
This free class is geared towards introducing students, grades 9 â€“ 12, the introductory skills needed to develop an iOS app of their own. This session is 4 hours long and will run from 10 AM â€“ 2 PM The 3rd Saturday of the month.Register
Explorers offers youth the opportunity to experience a variety of technologies. no previous experience is needed! all sessions are self-contained, so feel free to attend one or all sessions. no homework required!
A program of AIM, AIM Brain Exchange is located at 1902 Howard St. in downtown Omaha.
AIM is an innovative not for profit that grows, connects and inspires the tech talent ecosystem through career development and educational programs. Through these efforts, we improve thousands of lives in the Silicon Prairie.
Youth in AIM programs during middle and high school participate in a variety of engaging and meaningful STEAM activities. Furthermore, over 90% of the students graduate from high school!