In an ever-changing, increasingly digital world, it is critical that students are prepared with the knowledge and skills to innovate, collaborate, think critically and creatively, to problem-solve. Education that brings together science, technology, engineering, the arts, and math (STEAM), cultivates these capabilities, while exposing students to these critical disciplines. With these in-demand skills, students are better prepared for a modern workforce.

“When we consider who could benefit from high-quality education across STEAM, we should be thinking about the next generation,” said Cornelia Robinson, Head of Global Inclusion and Outreach for Amazon Web Services (AWS). “Today’s youth are tomorrow’s leaders. That’s why at AWS, we are doing our part to help make sure that students have access, and the opportunity to succeed, in these increasingly relevant fields.”

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