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To help create more opportunities for women to study STEM subjects in higher education, Amazon is working with the Royal Academy of Engineering to expand the Amazon Future Engineer bursary scheme.

The updated scheme offers twelve awards worth £5,000 a year for up to four years to students progressing from A level or technical education courses to university for the 2021/22 academic year.
The Amazon Longitude Explorer Prize, delivered by Nesta Challenges, has unveiled a final shortlist of 40 inspirational projects from teams of 11–16-year-olds who are in the running to win a top prize of £20,000 or £5,000 for three runners-up. Some of the projects shortlisted include Sea-cleaning robots and a sanitiser-dispensing phone.
Thanks to our partnership with TeachFirst, we've been able to support the recruitment of more Computing teachers to its Training programme than ever before.

Having more Computing teachers in schools serving disadvantaged communities means that more children facing the biggest challenges in life can learn crucial tech skills.
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