AIM, Interface and Omaha Code School host “Build the Pipeline” mixer

AIM, a nonprofit dedicated to furthering tech in the community, is sponsoring a "Build the Pipeline" mixer co-hosted by Interface Web School and Omaha Code School to introduce students, grads and staff of both programs to the corporate tech community, community leaders and others in the community.

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AIMAIM, a nonprofit dedicated to furthering tech in the community, is sponsoring a “Build the Pipeline” mixer co-hosted by Interface Web School and Omaha Code School to introduce students, grads and staff of both programs to the corporate tech community, community leaders and others.

The event is Oct. 10 from 4-6 p.m. at AIM, 1905 Harney St., in the Combine Room #215. The event is open to the public and organizers hope big and small employers, IT professionals and community members attend.

Students, graduates and staff from both Omaha Code School and Interface Web School will be present at the Build the Pipeline mixer to answer any questions you may have. — RSVP: AIM


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