Sharing STEM workshops with Lënster Lycée in Luxembourg
“Amazon rekognition” and our voice-controlled personal assistant “Alexa” were the protagonist in our latest tech exploratory lab at the Lënster Lycée in Luxembourg.
Youth empowerment through education matters to us. We thrive to support the next generation - providing resources and igniting passion for STEM education.
At Amazon we want to hire and develop the best and be able to innovate on behalf of our customers. That’s why we’re introducing a series of skills enablement workshops to empower any student to be ready to chart their own career path.
Check out how we support local students through STEM education
We continue to support students in our local communities and just launched a new program in partnership with Lenster Lycee in Luxembourg.
For the first time, we invited high school students from Lenster lycée to participate in a remote mentoring session. We discussed our recruitment process and shared tips with them to help them succeed in the early stages of their future careers.
Women in tech
We were thrilled to host the first Seattle class of Girls Who Code at our urban campus in 2014. At our European headquarters in Luxembourg, we support the local campaign, Girls in Tech. We're excited to help get more girls interested in coding, and we look forward to hosting many more Girls Who Code summer immersion programs at Amazon in years to come.
Year 10 Cambridge LaunchPad Innovator students from Coleridge Community College, North Cambridge Academy and the Stephen Perse Foundation were invited by Amazon to take part in a day of practical activities.