AIM Institute, an innovative not-for- profit whose mission is toÂ build thriving communities through technology, will host a series of free and fun technologyÂ experiences Dec. 5-8 for youth ages 7-17 at its Brain Exchange Building, located at 1902Â Howard Street.
The following sessions run 60-90 minutes, are introductory in nature and are based onÂ interest and ability, not grade or age:
AIM is hosting the workshops as part of its involvement in Hour of Codeâ„¢, a globalÂ movement reaching tens of millions of students in 180+ countries. AIM believes thatÂ every student should have the opportunity to learn computer science to help nurtureÂ problem-solving skills, logic and creativity.
Limited seating is available, so families are encouraged to register early and have a ticket.Â Parents are welcome to participate as well, and will need their own ticket.
To register, visit aiminstitute.org/brainexchange. For questions, parents can emailÂ firstname.lastname@example.org or call (402) 591-5315.