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AIM Graduate Twice provides mentoring for at-risk youth, encouraging them to stay in school, graduate and pursue rewarding careers. Middle- and high-school participants in AIM education programs engage in meaningful STEM activities. Furthermore, more than 90% of participating students graduate from high school, which beats the nation's high school graduation rate of 82%.

Youth in Tech

  • TRiO Upward Bound: Papillion La Vista

    The AIM TRiO Upward Bound Club is a grant awarded by the U.S. Department of Education. The grant provides resources, activities, guidance and mentoring to approximately 50 high school students each year. The goal of the grant is to guide students toward successful graduation from high school and college.

  • TRiO Upward Bound: Omaha Bryan

    The AIM TRiO Upward Bound Club is a grant awarded by the U.S. Department of Education. The grant provides resources, activities, guidance and mentoring to approximately 60 high school students each year. The goal of the grant is to guide students toward successful graduation from high school and college.

  • TRiO Upward Bound: Abraham Lincoln

    The AIM TRiO Upward Bound Club is a grant awarded by the U.S. Department of Education. The grant provides resources, activities, guidance and mentoring to approximately 50 high school students each year. The goal of the grant is to guide students toward successful graduation from high school and college.

  • TRiO Upward Bound: Thomas Jefferson

    The AIM TRiO Upward Bound Club is a grant awarded by the U.S. Department of Education. The grant provides resources, activities, guidance and mentoring to approximately 50 high school students each year. The goal of the grant is to guide students toward successful graduation from high school and college.

  • TRiO Talent Search: Monroe/Benson

    AIM TRiO Talent Search is a grant awarded to AIM by the US Department of Education. The goal of the grant is to provide students, parents and guardians with free resources that help students successfully graduate from high school and enroll in college.

  • TRiO Talent Search: Council Bluffs

    AIM TRiO Talent Search is a grant awarded to AIM by the US Department of Education. The goal of the grant is to provide students, parents and guardians with free resources that help students successfully graduate from high school and enroll in college.

  • College Access Program: Council Bluffs

    Each year 25 students are identified in eighth grade to participate in CAP throughout their high school years. This timing helps ensure that CAP students make a successful transition into high school and on to college. The program includes components such as assistance with financial aid, college placement test preparation, campus visits, and academic planning.

    CAP is a four year program, and is available for students attending Council Bluffs Abraham Lincoln High School and Council Bluffs Thomas Jefferson High School. 

  • Educational Opportunity Center

    The AIM Educational Opportunity Center (EOC) is located in Scottsbluff, Nebraska and offers assistance to people looking to pursue postsecondary education.

    Several free services are available and are designed to help assist program participants in understanding their educational options, and navigate the college admissions and financial aid process.

    With help from a federally funded TRIO grant from the Department of Education, AIM EOC assists over 1,000 people in a 14 county region. The EOC focuses on a diverse population of first generation students and veterans. Its mission is to break down barriers and ease the transition into school so individuals can work toward completing their goal to pursue higher education.

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