2014 Annual Report

In 2014, there was a 61% growth in mentee participation from 2013,
with 4,484 students participating in the AIME program. AIME worked with
mentees from 313 high schools around the country and mentors from
16 universities across 29 campuses. These mentors provided over
28,000 hours of support for Indigenous kids across the country.

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2013 Annual Report

More than 2,700 Indigenous high school students participated in AIME in 2013;
twice the number in 2012. They attended 241 high schools, again twice the number
in 2012. This report proves that for the fifth consecutive year, AIME kids have
finished school at higher rates than their Indigenous peers. They are marching
towards the end of the tunnel with the sign marked ‘Gap Closed‘ in their sights.

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2012 Annual Report

In 2012, we saw AIME's transformative impact extend right through to the
tertiary level. The year 9 to university progression rate was 22.1 percent
– nearly six times the national Indigenous average of 3.8 percent and
approaching the national non-Indigenous average of 36.8 percent.
Nine universities, 121 schools, 956 Mentors and 1417 Mentees – what a year!

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2011 Annual Report

2011 was another big year — three new universities came on board
and 49% more Indigenous kids connected with the Program.
Two successful pilot programs were run and will be rolled out
in 2012, and AIME National Hoodie Day was bigger and better!

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2010 Annual Report

The AIME Program expanded to two new states in 2010 and in the
process increased the number of kids who accessed our Program
by 60%. Over 55,000 people viewed our 2010 AIME Film
and our supporter base went through the roof.

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