About Amazon Future Engineer
Amazon Future Engineer is a computer science and STEM education program that seeks to afford all young people the opportunity to explore their potential.
We harness Amazon’s scale and innovative spirit to inspire and prepare young people for the careers of the future through computer science. We don’t believe everyone needs to be an engineer, yet we do believe that even a basic exposure to computer science can help young people on their educational and career journey.
We seek a world where young people can realize their potential as creators, thinkers, and builders.
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.
Exposing students to in-demand careers and diverse career role models can bring them new possibilities, inspiration, and motivation. Amazon employees work across a broad range of technical and nontechnical roles - Class Chats can help students envision future careers that they may not have even heard of!
Show your students all the career possibilities their future can offer by bringing an Amazon professional to your classroom. Our Class Chat volunteers will share their personal career stories and insight about working at a large tech company, as well as answer your students’ career questions.
Class Chats are free, live, interactive, and available to classrooms across the US.
What is the challenge?
Can you code an Amazon Hercules robot to deliver your friend’s birthday present on time? Join this free, 3-hour virtual challenge to learn programming basics and discover how Amazon uses computer science to help fulfill customer orders.
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.
Award recipients will be formally recognized by Amazon and will receive $25,000 to expand computer science and/or robotics education at their school, plus an additional $5,000 cash award.
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!
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.
But with a quality computer science education linked to real-world career exposure and job opportunity, we can help young people unleash their potential and their creativity to become the future engineers that will change the world.
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