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The “Your Voice is Power” competition allows students to sound off about social justice—by coding music remixes.
Amazon Future Engineer launches “Meet an Amazonian,” a learning opportunity that connects students from more than 3,000 Title I schools with Amazon employees to learn more about computer science careers
Scholarships and grants are being awarded to the winners of “Your Voice is Power,” a music remix competition that encourages students to examine racial equity through music—while learning to code.
Ten educators are named Amazon Future Engineer Teacher of the Year among thousands of eligible applicants for their outstanding work to promote diversity and inclusion in computer science and beyond.
Amazon is urging Congress and legislatures across the U.S. to support—and fund—computer science education in public schools, especially in underrepresented communities.
Applications now open for Amazon Future Engineer Scholarship program.
New computer science curriculum focuses on equity to reach more high school students, starting in five key states.
The donation will support Carnegie Mellon University’s Computer Science Academy, a program that provides free computer science curricula for schools that teach students from underserved and underrepresented communities around the world.
With applications now open for the latest 100 Amazon Future Engineer scholarships, current recipients share their advice for making the best of distance learning.
Amazon Lab126 supplies 1,000 project design kits to underrepresented students for The Tech Interactive’s annual Tech Challenge. Registration is now open for students.
Amazon recently commissioned a study to explore the timely need for more computer science and STEM education for students from underserved and underrepresented communities to best prepare them for jobs of the future.
Amazon Future Engineer is adding more than 3,000 new schools to support over 5,000 total schools, and more than 550,000 students across the U.S. each year, in addition to launching a new coding competition for all students.
How Amazon is helping educators create safe and productive learning environments for students amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Amazon continues to deepen investments in the local community—announcing increased support for Metro Nashville Public Schools to offer computer science curriculum for more than 32,000 elementary school students.
Amazon Future Engineer awards its second class of computer science students with scholarships and guaranteed Amazon internships.
Amazon Future Engineer is funding computer science education for nearly 200,000 students in more than 400 schools across the country—and school districts may still apply.
Selected among thousands of eligible teachers, award recipients win a prize package valued at more than $50,000 for their schools and classrooms.
The Amazon Future Engineer donation includes virtual resources, training for over 12,000 teachers and curriculum to students whose schools closed due to COVID-19.
Amazon will begin offering comprehensive support and new online learning and prep opportunities to high school students ahead of at-home AP Computer Science exams.
Computer science learning opportunities are available for U.S. students, teachers, and parents during the COVID‑19 pandemic.
A first-person account of how Amazon is helping students from underserved communities pursue education and careers in computer science.
Ten teachers will be selected to receive a prize package valued at more than $30,000—educators can apply through February 2022.
The program, reaching students in thousands of schools, exemplifies a key idea behind Amazon: "bias for action."
With applications now open for Amazon Future Engineer scholarships, one of last year's recipients talks about her drive to excel and her hope that she can inspire other students.
How Amazon is helping increase access to computer science education for teachers and students in remote Alaskan villages.
Amazon Future Engineer program now funding computer science courses for more than 2,000 high schools in underserved communities across the U.S.
Donation is part of Amazon Future Engineer, a childhood-to-career program that works to inspire and educate millions of children and young adults from underserved and underrepresented communities.
Amazon is investing in its new headquarters region to ensure more families have access to a one-of-a-kind science, technology, engineering, arts, and math (STEAM) experience.
Innovation takes place as a part of everyday work. Everyone at Amazon is a builder, and everyone is here because of their desire to deconstruct, and create, on behalf of our customers.
The first group of Amazon Future Engineer graduating high school seniors celebrate with Amazon employees across the country.