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AWS Educate supports 10,000 United States veterans, transitioning military personnel, and their spouses with access to the cloud resources needed to pursue jobs in high-demand cloud computing space.

 

Your Path to Cloud Learning

AWS Educate is now available to 10,000 US veterans as part of the White House Joining Forces initiative. AWS Educate provides 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. AWS Educate is available to veterans, transitioning military personnel, and their spouses residing in the United States. Watch the video to learn how AWS Educate works.  

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AWS Educate helps students and veterans prepare for cloud careers

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Membership Benefits for Veterans

Benefits include $50 in credits for an AWS standard account or $40 in credits for an AWS Starter Account. Members receive access to AWS Cloud Career Pathways and up to 30 hours per job path, training courses and labs, including AWS Technical Essentials (a $600 value). Veterans also have the option to earn AWS Badges, utilize the AWS Educate Job Board, and create a cloud portfolio to share with potential employers. Finally, Veterans may be eligible for AWS Certification exam reimbursement, see AWS Certification Exam Reimbursement for US Veterans for more details.

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Find Your Cloud Job

By offering cloud computing training, AWS Educate can help veterans and their spouses transition into the civilian workforce and develop the skills necessary to pursue jobs in the high-demand cloud computing space. The AWS Educate Job Board includes entry-level cloud jobs from global employers and companies. Veterans can search job requisitions that match their selected job family and skill set, and apply for positions directly in the Job Board.


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“At Amazon, we're constantly looking for leaders who can invent, think big, have a bias for action, and deliver results on behalf of our customers. These principles look very familiar to the men and women who have served our country in the armed forces – and also to their spouses.”

Jeff Bezos