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With the increasing demand for cloud employees, AWS Educate provides an academic gateway for the next generation of IT and cloud professionals. AWS Educate is Amazon’s global initiative to provide students and educators with the resources needed to accelerate cloud-related learning.

 

Join AWS Educate

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Provide educators and students with resources for cloud-related learning. Those at member institutions receive twice as many AWS credits, demos and special on-campus programs.

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Professors, teaching assistants, and educators receive access to AWS technology, open source content for their courses, training resources, and a community of cloud evangelists.

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Students receive credits for hands-on experience with AWS technology, training, content, career pathways and the AWS Educate Job Board.

          


Your Path to Cloud Learning

AWS Educate Cloud Career Pathways provide students with access to credits, training, and the option to choose their desired cloud career. AWS Educate delivers a personalized path that includes content, knowledge checks, and badging that guides them through the learning process. The Cloud Career Pathways are available in all countries globally, with some exceptions.*

 

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AWS Educate Explained
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Find Your Cloud Job

The AWS Educate Job Board includes entry-level cloud jobs from global employers and companies. Students can search job requisitions that match their selected job family and skill set, and apply for positions directly in the Job Board. Features associated with the AWS Educate Job Board are available in all countries globally, with some exceptions.*

New Options to Help All Students Achieve Their Cloud Career Goals

AWS Educate provides tools for students around the world dreaming of a technology career. Students choose a standard AWS Account or the new AWS Educate Starter Account, which requires no credit card to join.

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Now Extended to High School and Secondary Students Globally*

AWS Educate is available to students aged 14 and older around the world.* Now, no matter the skill level, AWS Educate can help young students learn fundamental cloud principles. Beginning users are presented with a series of short journeys to learn about cloud technology and how AWS can be used at home and at school. 

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Access cloud content, training, collaboration tools, the Job Board and AWS technology at no cost by joining AWS Educate today.

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AWS Credits (annually renewable)
  • $200 in AWS credits per educator – at member institutions
  • $75 in AWS credits per educator – at non-member institutions
  • AWS Account: $100 in AWS credits per student at member institutions; $40 in credits at non-member institutions
  • AWS Educate Starter Account: $75 in AWS credits at member institutions; $30 in AWS credits at non-member institutions
AWS Training
  • Free access to labs
  • Free AWS Technical Essentials eLearning course
  • 50% off instructor-led training provided by AWS in the United States, Brazil or Japan
  • 50% off AWS certification exams
  • Access to AWS Technical Essentials Training Course (a $600 value)
  • Free access to labs
Curated Content
  • Free access to AWS content for classes
  • Free access to content contributed by leading educators
  • Ability to select personalized learning pathway with 30+ hours of content per path
  • Earn digital badges that showcase cloud skills
  • Free access to AWS content for homework, labs, or self-study
Collaboration Tools
  • Educator Collaboration Portal access
  • Virtual and in-person events
  • Contribute and rate content
  • Private and public discussion forums
  • Provide feedback on AWS Educate
  • Student Portal access
  • Student portfolio to store projects in one place
  • Access to Job Board and job postings

         

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Bring AWS Educate to Your Institution

Put the power of cloud learning in the hands of all instructors and students. By signing up as an AWS Educate member institution, your students and staff receive additional benefits, including more AWS credits. Not sure if your school has joined? View our membership list.


          

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Teaching Cloud Skills at U Penn with AWS Educate

University of Pennsylvania

True cloud expertise starts with hands-on learning. When Professor Zachary Ives decided to integrate AWS Educate into his classroom, his students immediately had access to the computing power they needed able to experiment and innovate. See how Professor Ives created real-world curricula that took students from theory to practice to understanding using AWS Educate.

 

          

          

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BCIT Equips Students with Cloud Computing Skills with AWS Educate

British Columbia Institute of Technology

Using AWS and AWS Educate, the British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT), equips students with cloud-computing resources and skills to help them succeed after they finish school. BCIT is one of Canada's largest post-secondary polytechnic schools. Students at BCIT use their AWS Educate credits for compute resources used in labs, including Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud, Amazon Simple Storage Service, and Amazon Route 53. These exercises move from theory into practice, helping students get the skills they need to secure a job after graduation.

          

Miami Dade College

"Miami Dade College is the largest and most diverse institution of higher education in the U.S., offering an exceptional learning environment to our students. Our acclaimed School of Engineering and Technology is dedicated to advancing workforce education through innovative solutions and industry partnerships, and we are excited to integrate AWS Educate into our curricula beginning this fall. AWS Educate will provide our students with in-depth, project-based learning opportunities and access to AWS' cutting-edge technology, helping to give our students a competitive advantage in obtaining fast-paced, high-paying jobs upon graduation.”

Dr. Djuradj Babic, Director, School of Engineering and Technology, Miami Dade College

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Carnegie Mellon University

“In my course at Carnegie Mellon University, roughly 500 students per year utilize AWS Educate in both face-to-face and distance learning environments, and more than 20 of my peers teach with it. In my own classroom, AWS Educate has been transformative. My students work on real-world data, projects and infrastructure that give them practical experience.”

Dr. Majd Sakr, Computer Science Professor, Carnegie Mellon University

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Cornell University

"Cornell Tech is a revolutionary model for graduate school, forging a new intersection between academia and industry, so we were excited to be among the first universities to use AWS Educate. The content, training and educator collaboration Amazon has launched to accelerate cloud-related learning has become a great complement to our entrepreneurial programs."

Greg Pass, Chief Entrepreneurial Officer, Cornell Tech

      


*AWS Educate provides its members with free access to learning content and AWS services designed to build knowledge and skills in cloud computing. It is available globally to students who are 14 or older, with the exceptions of China, Switzerland, and EU countries (16 or older); and Algeria, Lebanon, and Portugal (18 or older). The AWS Educate Terms & Conditions govern participation in the AWS Educate Program. Use of AWS Promotional Credits are subject to the AWS Promotional Credit Terms & Conditions.

 

†Students aged 14-17 will receive an AWS Educate starter account with $50 in AWS Promotional Credits at a member institution and $35 in AWS Promotional Credits at a non-member institution. Learn more.