Bring computer science to your classroom with Code.org and Amazon Future Engineer

Code.org has partnered with Amazon Future Engineer to offer teachers at underserved schools a growing number of resources and benefits at no cost!


Amazon Future Engineer benefits

Amazon Future Engineer provides Code.org teachers at eligible schools the following benefits:

  • Paid Computer Science Teachers Association Plus (CSTA+) level membership. Includes access to expert-led webinars and other exclusive content. Visit csteachers.org for more details.
  • Eligibility for Amazon Future Engineer's $30,000 teacher of the year award. See details here.
  • Amazon Future Engineer Inspiration kit with posters and stickers to help promote computer science to students.
  • First access and opportunities to pilot cutting edge career and computer science exploration offerings from AFE. See details here.
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School eligibility requirements:

  • Title 1 and/or > 40% Free/Reduced Lunch (FRL) student enrollment, verified by federal or other reputable data OR
  • > 30% Black/Latino/Native American (BLNA) student enrollment, verified by federal or other reputable data OR
  • Rural school, verified by federal or other reputable data


More Amazon Future Engineer programs & opportunites

All schools can take advantage of these AFE programs and opportunities that bring the real world into the classroom in fun and meaningful ways.

  • An astronaut in a space shuttle looking at a screen interface

    Alexa for Astronauts

    Learn how to program Alexa with skills that could help astronauts solve problems in space and communities at home.

  • A chat bubble graphic that reads Class Chats

    Class Chats

    Have an Amazon professional share their personal career story, insights into work in tech, and answer your students' career questions.

  • Your Voice is Power graphic with a photo of the singer Pharrell

    Your Voice is Power

    Students will code and compete to learn how entrepreneurship, coding, and music can intersect for positive change.

  • A high school student working on a computer

    Scholarship and Internships

    Supporting students after high school is imperative to bringing the Amazon Future Engineer mission full circle for all of our scholars.

  • A package moving down conveyor belt in an Amazon factory

    Robotics Fulfillment Center Tour

    Discover how computer science, state-of-the-art engineering, and incredible people deliver customer orders at Amazon.

  • An Amazon fulfillment center robot

    Cyber Robotics Challenge

    A 3-hour coding adventure where students learn computer science by programming a Hercules fulfillment center robot.