Omaha South High School, AIM Institute launches program to increase tech careers

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Omaha South High School, in partnership with the AIM Institute, launched a program in hopes of increasing tech careers among students. The program will introduce students to different career paths in technology and provide hands-on learning experience and also include different activities. The hope is to spark student interest in the future of technology careers. Aim Institute plans to offer this program to over 700 students with 26 different learning sessions through the end of May 2022. First-year attendees receive an overview of the five major areas of technology: coding, design, data, media, and infrastructure. “The success of this program led to the decision to launch a new program for our freshmen during the school day, said Jim Mayberger, Vocational Technical Education Program Specialist for Haut Sud. “We are committed to providing all students with the opportunity to learn about technology. This program helps our students become familiar with career options in the tech industry.” development and outreach programs. “We understand that a more diverse and inclusive tech workforce will improve the sector for all . South High’s Youth Academy develops local talent to foster the continued growth of Omaha’s tech sector and significantly expands the reach of our outreach programs,” said Itzel Lopez, vice president of advancement and community relations for AIM. The program will help students develop not only their skills, but also their confidence. The future is technology and it plays a vital role in everything we do. The ability to confidently use and perform tasks with technology is the future. “Technology plays a vital role in every aspect of their world. The biggest takeaway from students is that they see they can do it and there’s a place for everyone in technology,” Mayberger said.

Omaha South High School, in partnership with the AIM Institute, launched a program in hopes of increasing tech careers among students.

The program will introduce students to different technology career paths and provide hands-on learning experience and also include different activities. The hope is to spark student interest in the future of technology careers.

Aim Institute plans to offer this program to over 700 students with 26 different learning sessions until the end of May 2022.

First-year attendees receive an overview of the five main areas of technology: coding, design, data, media, and infrastructure.

“The success of this program led to the decision to launch a new program for our freshmen during the school day,” said Jim Mayberger, Vocational Technical Education Program Specialist for South High. “We are committed to providing all students with the opportunity to learn about technology. This program helps our students become familiar with career options in the technology industry. »

The Aim Institute said the hope of the program is to increase tech learning experiences, increase the diversity of the local tech workforce, and create a more inclusive environment through innovative learning programs. education, career development and awareness.

“We understand that a more diverse and inclusive tech workforce will improve the industry for everyone. South High’s Youth Academy develops local talent to foster the continued growth of Omaha’s tech sector and significantly expands the reach of our outreach programs,” said Itzel Lopez, vice president of advancement and community relations for AIM.

The program will help students develop not only their skills, but also their confidence. The future is technology and it plays a vital role in everything we do. The ability to confidently use and perform tasks with technology is the future.

“Technology plays a vital role in every aspect of their world. The biggest takeaway from students is that they see they can do it and there’s a place for everyone in technology,” Mayberger said.

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