IGNITING CURIOSITY AND INTEREST IN TECH
The Brain Exchange opened in 2016. Since then, we’ve given FREE tech educational experiences to more than 2,500 students. AIM Brain Exchange activities for youth are open to ages 7 – 17. At AIM, we know technology plays a key role in creating a future that works for everyone.
Our Tech Explorers workshop introduces kids to coding through games and creative activities.
With a focus on fun tech and basic programming, this is an experience for all ages.
Parents are welcome to stay and learn as well.
Tech Intermediate introduces middle to high school age students to programming and technology in creative and innovative ways, while also introducing them to a variety of careers in technology.
Previous experience in programming is not required.
Monday, July 29
Friday, August 2
Do you love crime-fighting shows like CSI? Come learn about real crime-fighting in the cyber world! This free, girls-only camp is for teen girls ages 14-19 and includes many hands-on activities designed to introduce attendees to the basics of cybersecurity. Breakfast, lunch & snacks are provided. No previous experience is necessary. Space is limited so sign up soon!
AIM IS THE ONLY NON-PROFIT DEDICATED TO BUILDING A CONNECTED COMMUNITY FOR OMAHA’S TECH TALENT.
At AIM Brain Exchange, we rely on donations to fund programs that help youth explore, learn and do technology.
$500 can support one student per year.
JOIN US in building the future of Omaha tech talent by donating to AIM Brain Exchange today!
The Brain Exchange is home to classes offered by Interface: the Web School.
Interface provides practical training to meet the demands of job seekers and employers in today’s job market.
It offers students an immersive learning program lead by industry experts, and a professional network that connects students and businesses throughout the Midwest.