AWS Educate

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Any self-led learner (aged 14+) who is interested in exploring and learning in-demand cloud skills.

  • Students can apply to AWS Educate here

    Employers must be AWS Partners or customers and can complete their application here. Employers are then reviewed and approved by the AWS Educate team and notified via email.

  • Yes! If you’re new to cloud computing, first take the Cloud 101 Pathway. Cloud 101 offers a crash course on the cloud, its history, solutions, and why companies across the globe are looking for employees with cloud expertise. Looking for more “getting started” options? Check out the Cloud Literacy Badge to get introduced to the cloud through interactive challenges.

  • All AWS Educate members 18 and older can review and apply for full time jobs and internships from around the world through the AWS Educate Job Board. The Job Board is hosts early-career cloud jobs aligned to the skills Educate members gain through AWS Educate Cloud Career Pathways.

    Employers can post an unlimited number of jobs that match the skills and abilities of AWS Educate member students. This can be done either individually, or, if approved, through a no-cost, automatic scraping service provided by AWS.

Get started with AWS Educate today

Getting started with AWS Educate is simple. Register for your account today and take advantage of all that AWS Educate has to offer!

*The ability for employers to message students within AWS Educate is currently only available in the United States. AWS makes no recommendations regarding specific job listings or hiring companies. In addition, AWS assumes no responsibility for (i) the contents, accuracy, or completeness of any job listing, (ii) the availability or unavailability of any jobs referenced in job listings, or (iii) any communications between hiring companies and AWS Educate members that may result from job listings. Use of the AWS Educate Job Board features is subject to the AWS Educate Terms & Conditions.

AWS Educate provides its members with no cost 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 European Economic Area countries (16 or older); and Algeria, Lebanon, and Portugal (18 or older). The AWS Educate Terms & Conditions govern participation in the AWS Educate Program.