AIM Institute, an innovative nonprofit committed to growing a strong and diverse tech community through education, career development and outreach, is hosting Infotec 2021 on Thursday, May 27. One of the Midwest’s largest annual conferences for people working in tech careers, Infotec will feature insights on how to build and lead a more equitable company, improve business performance and optimize work in a post-pandemic world. The event is being offered for free and provided in a virtual format from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Infotec attendees encompass professionals at all stages of their careers in technology, ranging from IT contractors to founders of startups and managers of Fortune 500 companies. This year’s event is highlighted by keynote speaker, Mike Smith, a national-level public speaker who founded the nonprofit cohort, Rabble Mill, in Lincoln. Through its programming, Rabble Mill helps economically and culturally disadvantaged youth develop skills, relationships and opportunities to grow and reinvest in their communities. Infotec also will also be highlighted by breakout sessions that focus on the topics of diversity, equity and inclusion; recruitment and retention; leadership and innovation; and self-optimization. The online conference also offers networking opportunities and provides a valuable opportunity to gain insights on the latest knowledge, learn and develop new techniques and build understanding. Registration is required to attend Infotec. For more information, please visit: infotec.org.