CEU and Amazon Web Services present a Cloud Computing Program in Spain that will help create new professional careers

The San Pablo CEU University Foundation announced a new Cloud Computing Program in collaboration with AWS Educate. The Program will last three years and aims to prepare the next generation of cloud computing professionals and thus respond to the needs of cloud knowledge of AWS, increasingly demanded by organizations Spanish and Latin American. This pioneering Cloud Computing Program will be the first in Spain in collaboration with AWS.

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Partnership of the Year: A 4-year cloud degree pathway

George Mason, Northern Virginia Community College, and Amazon Web Services are expanding access to an emerging field with a program that spans the two schools.

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Virginia Goes Big on Cloud Degrees

Amazon Web Services (AWS) expands its curriculum development partnership with Virginia's community colleges and four-year universities. Through the partnership, AWS will work with the public institutions to help integrate cloud technology course work into curricula while supporting student learning.

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AWS Launches Bay Area Consortium for Cloud Computing Ed

AWS is working with a group of California community colleges and state universities to develop a multi-course curriculum that will give those institutions a framework to develop courses focused on cloud computing. This new consortium builds on an AWS Educate program with the Los Angeles Community College District that was announced in August 2018.

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How Amazon is Collaborating with Community Colleges to Build Texas's Cloud Computing Workforce

AWS Educate, Ruth Hughs, Texas Secretary of State, Senator Royce West, educational leaders, and workforce development groups announced a new cloud degree initiative to help prepare students for cloud computing job opportunities. The collaborative initiative will scale to create pathways to in-demand, technology careers for students across the state of Texas.

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Louisiana Community and Technical College System Announce Collaboration with AWS to Support Cloud Computing Opportunities Across Louisiana

Governor John Bel Edwards, in conjunction with GNO Inc. and the Louisiana Community and Technical College System (LCTCS), announce a collaboration with Amazon Web Services (AWS) to unlock new opportunities in cloud computing across the state of Louisiana.

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AWS Educate collaborates with Project Lead the Way to bring cloud education to K12

AWS Educate is now a Project Lead the Way (PLTW) transformative partner. As a transformative partner, AWS Educate and PLTW will provide access to cloud computing educational content for K12 students across the United States, including those in low-technology schools. The collaboration means more K12 students can now access AWS Educate cloud computing curriculum through PLTW’s network of more than 12,200 elementary, middle, and high schools.

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Apply now for the 2020 AWS Educate Student Cloud Ambassador Program

The AWS Educate Cloud Ambassador Program is now available to college students around the world. Now students can also apply to participate in the program to receive exclusive benefits and opportunities from Amazon Web Services (AWS). The AWS Educate Cloud Ambassador Program recognizes individuals for their innovation and contributions that prepare students for careers in the modern technology workforce.

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Supporting veterans in STEM careers

The bipartisan Supporting Veterans in STEM Careers Act (S.153) was signed, which will assist veterans re-entering the workforce and encourage veterans to pursue careers in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM). At AWS, we’ve developed a number of programs focused on engaging the military community, helping them gain AWS technical skills, and develop successful careers.

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Apply now for the 2020 AWS Educate Cloud Ambassador Program

Applications are now open for the AWS Educate Cloud Ambassador Program. Launched in 2019, the AWS Educate Cloud Ambassador program is for top-tier cloud educators around the world who focus on helping students learn about cloud computing as they prepare for the modern workforce.

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Powered by AWS: Kids code the future during annual Hour of Code

Almost 2,000 Amazonians—one-third from Amazon Web Services (AWS)—led 280 events globally in more than 20 countries and 160 cities to teach children ages 5-18 to code as part of the 2019 Hour of Code.

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