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Employer and Community Engagement Services

On-Campus Opportunities

Aims makes it possible for northern Colorado businesses and community members to engage with students, faculty and staff in a variety of meaningful ways. Partnerships between schools and businesses help develop strong interpersonal relationships and build a viable workforce and a strong community. 

You can also check out our promotion opportunities, workforce development and hiring and onboarding support services

Whether you are a student interested in attending Aims, an industry partner coming to check out our campuses and state-of-the-art equipment, or a community member looking to learn more about Aims Community College, come tour our campuses and gain insight on our degree and certificate programs.

The Community lab is a place to learn about technology and craftwork, from 3D printing to programming microcontrollers, to sewing, to mold-making. We have a rotating staff of experts and hobbyists who can help answer questions.

As a Community Lab, our mission is to support academics as a space for hands-on, collaborative learning and to help our neighbors bring their ideas to reality. Even when a MakerSpace might not seem like a natural fit we help generate ideas and remove obstacles to discovery. We maintain a space where people can explore, expand, and discover elements of design, small-scale fabrication, electronics, craftwork, and the fusing of seemingly unrelated ideas.

Aims Community College considers sponsorship within the College’s service area that is in keeping with the institutional mission. Our mission is to build a stronger community by providing knowledge and skills to advance the quality of life, economic vitality, and overall success of the diverse communities we serve.

The primary purpose of the campus infrastructure at Aims Community College is to carry out the educational mission of the College. Priority of events will be given to college-related group functions. In accordance with Section 5 of Policy 3-700, “Campus space may be used by external organizations as a resource directly related to the institution’s educational mission.”

From time to time, the college may function as a sponsoring entity for certain community partnership events (i.e. Chautauqua) that benefit the community and the college through positive public relations. The college may supply space for these events at no cost as part of an in-kind donation to the event in exchange for being identified as an event sponsor. College sponsorship of such events must be pre-approved by the president of Aims Community College. Facilities and Operations shall work with these clients, checking space availability and special requirements for the event. Event details will be forwarded for approval to the president’s office prior to acceptance of the event.