AIM TRIO TALENT SEARCH
The AIM TRIO Talent Search program is funded by a grant awarded to AIM Institute, by the U.S. Department of Education. Its goal of the grant is to provide students, parents and guardians with FREE educational programs and resources to help students successfully graduate from high school and enroll in college. Talent Search provides FREE workshops, sessions, and enrichment activities to encourage students to perform at their highest potential and take an active involvement in setting higher educational goals.
WHAT DOES TALENT SEARCH OFFER?
The AIM TRIO Talent Search program offers FREE, clubs, college events, hands-on technology experiences, resources and other STEM offerings (science, technology, engineering & math). Our goals are to assist students in personal development, career exploration, and college preparation - to help them Graduate Twice.
Free services provided to Middle School Students
STEM After-School Programs
Study Skills and Goal Setting
Organization and Time Management
Technology Skill Development
Mentoring and Guidance
Student and Parent Resources
WHO IS ELIGIBLE?
Students eligibility for the program is determined based on their completion of a one-page application form and ability to meet federal guidelines. AIM seeks students who want assistance with coursework and improving their grades, are interested in learning more about careers in Information Technology (IT), who want to continue education beyond high school and are seeking guidance in choosing a career field.
Mrs. Lisa Hardesty, M.A.
Senior College and Career Coordinator
Mrs. Mia Laustrup, B.A.
College and Career Coordinator
SchoolShelf -Wilson - Is a free digital library for Wilson students, parents, and educators. SchoolShelf resources provide solutions that help students succeed academically, plan for their future, and get the most out of their middle school experience.