Amazon Future Engineer supports teachers
With selected charities, we provide teacher training and deliver student workshops to schools. Each offering is aligned with the national curriculum, and supports you to deliver high quality computer science learning in your classroom. Sign up today to bring computer science skills and opportunities to your students.
We’ve teamed up with Digit<all>, Smallpeice Trust, and STEM Learning to deliver continuing professional development to teachers across the country. We also have a number of in-classroom workshops that we can deliver free to schools, particularly in underserved and underrepresented communities.
Amazon Future Engineer seeks to bring computer science skills and opportunities to young people in underserved and underrepresented communities. We do this through providing opportunities for students to gain skills and career exploration in the classroom, and by supporting teachers continued training. Sign up to receive our newsletter to learn more about these free programmes and to participate in the Amazon Future Engineer community.
Frequently Asked Questions
Who can participate in Amazon Future Engineer curriculum offerings?
Students, teachers, and school administrators who want to give their students access to computer science skills and opportunities. Many of our programs are open to all; we provide additional benefits to educators serving students underserved and historically underrepresented in the STEM field.
Is the program free?
Yes! Amazon Future Engineer never charges for our programmes. However, some of the teacher training and in-school workshops are allocated to schools in communities that are underserved and underrepresented in computer science pathways.