To celebrate 30 years of fortifying the region’s tech workforce and advancing educational opportunities for youth and adults in technology, Omaha’s leading tech nonprofit AIM Institute (aiminstitute.org) will host a celebration of service event for President and CEO Dr. Kandace Miller later this fall. More details will be shared later this summer via AIM’s social media platforms.
Dr. Miller devoted her career to ensuring that AIM remained at the forefront in establishing a thriving and diverse tech workforce in Omaha and across the Midwest. A visionary and a trailblazer, Dr. Miller took AIM’s original organizational model as a computer programming training service and transformed the Institute into a transformative resource for thousands of individuals and organizations. AIM has removed barriers to tech education and developed a previously untapped pool of tech professionals by providing free and effective training programs, engaging underserved community members and increasing access to the tech career continuum resulting in both business and community growth.
For 30 years, Omaha-based AIM Institute has been the region’s leading nonprofit dedicated to growing a strong and diverse tech talent community and it remains committed to educating and inspiring individuals of all ages with innovative, effective programing and outreach initiatives. AIM’s team of experts provides code school classes, leadership academies, one-on-one coaching, technical training and networking tools to ensure anyone can pursue a rewarding tech career. For more information, please visit aiminstitute.org, call (402) 979-8324 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.