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Interface Web School joins AIM team

Interface Web School co-founder Shonna Dorsey.

Omaha’s Interface Web School is now part of AIM, a not-for-profit organization that grows, connects and inspires tech talent to ensure a world-class tech workforce for the region.

“I am honored to be joining AIM,” said co-founder Shonna Dorsey, in a press release. “I am wholeheartedly committed to AIM’s mission and to providing more opportunities to grow, connect, and inspire tech talent. I look forward to continuing the excellence and innovation that AIM represents.”

Co-founder Shonna Dorsey will be taking on a new role at AIM as Vice President of Fundraising and Community Development.

“Shonna brings to AIM a strong emphasis on collaboration and the innovative thinking that maintaining a world-class tech talent ecosystem demands,” said AIM President and CEO Dr. Kandace Miller, in a press release. “Shonna is an ambitious entrepreneur, passionate about inspiring the tech workforce and, most importantly, dedicated to changing lives through technology.”

Interface has been based out of AIM’s Exchange building in downtown Omaha for some time and hosts regular courses and workshops in the building.

Interface has also gained a reputation as the go-to place for those looking to transition into a technology career while keeping their day job.

“The curriculum that Interface Web School has built to train our next tech leaders is top-notch. I am looking forward to the endless possibilities the future holds with AIM,” said Brad Masterson, AIM board member and Vice President of Technology at First Data Corporation, in a press release.

To see the current list of Interface’s upcoming introductory courses and workshops, visit Interface Web School’s courses page.

Editor’s Note: Silicon Prairie News is a service of AIM located at The Exchange in downtown Omaha.

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  • Stephen

    I wonder if it will be cheaper now?