[Students converse at the GAC International Girls and ITC Day event in Ottawa] Global Affairs Canada hosted the first annual International Girls in ITC Day event on April 26. Peter Szyszlo, AIMS-NEI Senior Program Coordinator, attended with AIMS alumni in Canada’s capital Ottawa. “This was an exceptional event to showcase programs like AIMS that are empowering women […]
We partner with institutions, organizations & individuals to provide the most promising minds in Africa with the training and opportunities they need to flourish in the fields of science, technology, engineering & mathematics.
The AIMS Schools Enrichment Centre (AIMSSEC) was established in 2003.
The main objectives of the AIMSSEC program are to advance educational opportunities for disadvantaged communities in South Africa.
Since graduating, Jonathan has taken up a role at Itemate Solutions, a South African technology firm, to provide project management services and advice in his home country.
South African Xolisile Thusini is a great example.
At AIMS, she felt at home and thrived in an environment that fostered collaboration in daily problem solving.
WHY SUPPORT AIMS?
Creating leaders in academia and industry across Africa
Our mission is to enable Africa’s brightest students to flourish as independent thinkers, problem solvers and innovators capable of propelling Africa’s future scientific, educational and economic self-sufficiency.
At AIMS our students and alumni are our greatest indicators of success. We are proud to have produced more than 1,500 graduates, one-third of whom are women. Our alumni hail from 43 African nations, and are fast becoming leaders in academia and industry across Africa and around the globe. Watch this video to discover our vision for AIMS.