AIM Institute receives grant to promote diversity and inclusion among youth through tech education program, thanks to AT&T

The program will help enable young women and youth of color to reach their full potential and promote diversity and inclusion in technology
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AIM Institute, an innovative nonprofit committed to growing a strong and diverse tech community through education, career development and outreach, received a $25,000 grant from AT&T for its Youth in Tech program. These funds will support the program through immersive, problem-based learning, design thinking and growth-mindset techniques to affect interest, attitudes and career aspirations in at-risk girls and youth of color.

The Youth in Tech program supports low-income,  3rd through 8th grade students by providing access to innovative STEM learning activities at no cost to participants. Through collaboration with partner organizations, Youth in Tech also provides youth with experiences using technology in a fun atmosphere, intended to inspire and help them envision a future in a tech career.

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