AWS Educate is used in more than 200 countries and territories. It connects 2,400 institutions, over 10,000 educators, and hundreds of thousands of students.
Through AWS Educate, students and educators have access to content and programs developed to skill up for cloud careers in growing fields. AWS Educate also connects companies hiring for cloud skills to qualified student job seekers with the AWS Educate Job Board.
AWS Educate is Amazon’s global initiative to provide students comprehensive resources for building skills in the cloud. It is a no-cost curriculum providing access to content, training, pathways, AWS services, and the AWS Educate Job Board with employment opportunities.
Features for students
Cloud Career Pathways
Learn key cloud skills for careers in cloud computing. Each pathway is aligned to in-demand job roles like Machine Learning Scientist or Application Developer and includes 25+ hours of self-paced content.
Unlock an AWS Educate badge in one of the industry’s fastest growing interest areas including Alexa, gaming, and Internet of Things (IoT). Each badge features 10-15 hours of self-paced content to expand your cloud skillset.
AWS Educate Job Board
Search thousands of cloud jobs and internships from Amazon and other companies. Complete an online portfolio to share with potential employers and find the job you want.
AWS Educate Interview Accelerator
The AWS Educate Interview Accelerator enables employers in select countries to provide students with expedited interview opportunities for cloud jobs. This applies to AWS Educate members who meet certain requirements, such as completing an AWS Educate Cloud Career Pathway.
Contests and Promotions
Members have the opportunity to participate in regional and global contests and promotions. These include challenges for building projects in the cloud and the opportunity to earn AWS Promotional Credit and other prizes.
1. Choose your role
Visit HERE, select Student to continue.
2. Tell us about yourself
3. Confirm your edu email address
Check you edu email address, click on link to confirm your email address.
4. Set password and login AWS Educate Portal
Wait about 10 minutes (maybe longer, depend on your college), you will receive an email with title AWS Educate Application Approved.
Click there to set your password and then login to the AWS Educate Student Portal.