AWS Educate

Teach Tomorrow's Cloud Workforce

Gain access to resources for your classroom

AWS Educate is Amazon's global initiative to provide students comprehensive resources for building skills in the cloud. It is a no-cost curriculum providing access to content, training, pathways, AWS services, and the AWS Educate Job Board with employment opportunities. Educators can access AWS services, launch virtual classrooms, and use tools to help students learn the cloud.
British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT) equips students with cloud computing skills with AWS Educate

Features for Educators

  • Classrooms
  • Learning Content
  • AWS Access
  • Professional Development
  • Cloud Ambassador Program
  • Classrooms
  • AWS Educate Classrooms

    Educators can create a virtual classroom for their students to learn about the cloud in a hands-on environment. Each classroom supports a different set of services ideal for learning various cloud topics, such as big data or machine learning.
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  • Learning Content
  • Cloud Learning Content

    Access course content contributed by educators and AWS. Explore full courses, lectures, or assignments and search by keyword or specialty to find your desired content. Simply export the content you want into your Learning Management System (LMS) for use.
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  • AWS Access
  • AWS Access

    Get up to $200 in AWS Promotional Credit to expand access in the AWS Console. Request a centralized AWS Promotional Credit code granting usage to support shared resources for homework, labs, and projects for students. You can also choose between an AWS Educate Starter Account or a regular AWS Account.
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  • Professional Development
  • Professional Development

    Expand your cloud skills through AWS Educate courses or AWS Training and Certification programs. Other resources include instructional videos and self-paced labs. Discounts may be available for some training.
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  • Cloud Ambassador Program
  • AWS Educate Cloud Ambassador Program

    The AWS Educate Cloud Ambassador Program offers educators recognition, professional development, and exclusive benefits for helping students learn about cloud computing in preparation for the modern workforce. It is a community of engaged academic practitioners who are pushing the boundaries of cloud learning in the classroom.
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School of Open Learning

The director of the School of Open Learning in New Delhi, India, Chandra Shekhar Dubey, uses AWS Educate to train socially and economically disadvantaged students in cloud computing.

Trinity College Dublin

Donal O'Mahoney of Trinity College Dublin describes how AWS Educate gives him the flexibility to expose students to the normal AWS experience, but in an academic friendly way.

NOVA Launches First Cloud Degree

Northern Virginia Community College (NOVA) rolled out a Cloud Computing specialization as part of its Information Systems Technology (IST) Associate of Applied Science degree.

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Get started with AWS Educate today

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

*The ability for employers to message students within AWS Educate and the AWS Educate Interview Accelerator are 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. Use of AWS Promotional Credits are subject to the AWS Promotional Credit Terms & Conditions.