Programmes for Secondary Students

Amazon Future Engineer has a range of programmes for secondary school and their teachers. Check out our competitions challenges, and career exploration programmes below.

Curriculum-aligned computing resources for KS2 and KS3 in a context of sustainability and environmental events.
Explore Turinglab’s fun, engaging Python fundamentals course programming a farmbot, setting up smart cities, creating a chatbot. Or get started creating amazing posters and graphics in a short course!
From our online store to your doorstep, discover how computer science, state-of-the-art engineering, and incredible people deliver customer orders at Amazon.
Exposure to tech professionals increases student interest in tech and computing careers. Bring an Amazon employee to your class to deliver a virtual career talk and help your students better understand what it’s like to work in the tech industry... and what it takes to get there!
Use MIT App Inventor to enable students (aged 13+) to code their own skill suitable for Alexa. No Amazon device required. All skills are built with block code, making it easy for anyone to learn the basics of Voice AI!
Pharrell Williams, top engineering uni Georgia Tech, Computing at School and Amazon invite students to engage in an inspiring new learning experience that explores the ways music, computer science, and entrepreneurship can be tools to advance racial equity.
The Amazon Future Engineer bursary is a national bursary programme aimed at supporting women A-level and BTEC/OCR(or Scottish equivalent) students from low-income households who wish to study computer science or related engineering courses at UK universities.

These bursaries aim to help address underrepresentation and accelerate the rate of progress. They will provide successful women applicants with a financial support package worth up to £20,000 to cover expenses related to attending university, including tuition fees or accommodation and living costs.
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