A colleague of mine spoke to the deputy director at AIM, and while he mostly found out what you expect, there was one intersting tidbit in the email he circulated afterward.
She also told me that AIM postdocs will be asked to teach, possibly at places like University of San Francisco or even local community colleges.
There will also be workshops to help postdocs be more marketable on the tenure track market.
It seems strange that they would want people to teach, but not let them go to institutions that are more used to having postdocs. Do local community colleges even want research mathematicians teaching their classes?
Also, this led to a discussion with my officemate about what actually happens in “workshops to help postdocs be more marketable on the tenure track market.” I’m rather curious…
EDIT: OK, I was a little too snarky in my initial post. There certainly are some valuable things one could do in such a workshop. Just explaining what the various application materials consist of, with examples, could well be useful. It does seem rather odd to emphasize it as though it were a perk of the job.