Discover all the possibilities computer science brings.
Amazon Future Engineer is a comprehensive childhood-to-career program aimed at increasing access to computer science education for students from underserved and underrepresented communities.
Amazon Web Services: Uncovering Cloud Computing Tour
How did we go from renting movies in a box to streaming from anywhere at anytime? Discover how computer science and people work together to bring you your favorite content through AWS Data Centers.
Amazon Web Services: Keeping Data Safe and Sustainable Tour
You run out of space on your phone, so you want to backup your data to the cloud. But is it safe? Is it sustainable? Learn about how A protects your data from various threats, while minimizing impact on the environment, and the people that make this technology happen.
Robotics Fulfillment Center Tours
From our online store to your doorstep, discover how computer science, state-of-the-art engineering, and incredible people deliver customer orders at Amazon. Available in both a K-5 and Grades 6+ version.
Callisto: Space Innovation Tour
Join Amazon Future Engineer, Lockheed Martin, and Cisco from Johnson Space Center to learn about the amazing technology on board the Orion spacecraft in NASA’s Artemis I flight test and the careers that made this technology possible.
Your Voice is Power is a project-based curriculum and national remix competition that introduces the fundamentals of computer science to students through an exploration of music and social change.
Built in collaboration with Pharrell Williams’ education nonprofit YELLOW, this one-week program challenges students to express their own voice, write code using Georgia Tech’s EarSketch platform, and create an original song remix that promotes equity.
We’re inviting all US high school teachers to teach an Hour of AI with Amazon’s Alexa! To support this, we’ve built three lessons designed to blow your students away!
Any student (ages 14+) can learn to code their own space-themed Alexa skills on MIT App Inventor - no Amazon device required. As they code, students meet Amazon experts and uncover the basic mechanics of voice artificial intelligence systems.
We provide free computer science curriculum and teacher training to schools. Each offering is standards-aligned, culturally responsive, and requires no prior coding experience. Anyone can teach these courses. Sign up today to help broaden access to careers in technology!
Teachers from across the country are selected and recognized annually for a two-year cohort experience with curated professional development and industry access to Amazon to advance equity in computer science.
While working at Amazon, AFE interns work embedded on a software or hardware engineering team and pair up with a co-intern, manager, and mentors to build projects that have a real impact on Amazon customers. Interns get to work on some of Amazon’s groundbreaking technologies and core platforms, like Alexa voice technology, Amazon Web Services, and the Amazon retail platform. At the end of the summer, most interns ship production-level code to Amazon.
“I can’t express enough how grateful I am for this scholarship. It will give me a head start for college and keep my student loans down. The internship after my freshman year is an opportunity to get invaluable real-life experience in technology field and provides another way to explore computer science in an environment where I can learn to grow.”2019 Scholarship Winner
“Thank you so much for this opportunity. These are the lessons and curriculum that education needs right now. The real-world applications provide a deeper connection and purpose to learning.”High school biology teacher participating in Alexa for Astronauts skill building
“Thank you for doing this for the ed community. This helped my class to become more relevant to the students. They need to see what future careers are out there and then education needs to provide that pathway. Thank you!”Teacher participating on a Robotics Fulfillment Center Tour
“At Amazon there’s a really big support system and being here is a bigger break/respite than in college. Being a woman (in a CS major) can be really difficult.”Second year Amazon Future Engineer Intern
“It was good to hear about someone who has a job that I am looking for in the future because it helps me to know what to do to stand out in a job interview and what to expect if I do get a job in the field.”Student feedback on Class Chat experience