One of the strengths of the AIM model is that all administrative aspects of the program are managed by AIM for their school-partners. The administration of the program includes managing the YDC’s. This is done by a “Program Director” who is responsible for weekly contact with the mentor and key stakeholders within the school. In addition, AIM handles all employee-related tasks and expenses, including payroll, insurance, timesheets, etc. Quite literally, the school has very limited responsibility in executing the program.