AWS Girls' Tech Series
Engage | Connect | Activate
Inspiring the potential of girls and young women in tech
AWS Girls' Tech Series is a free learning experience that focuses on each of the STEAM areas with activities designed to engage, connect and activate future female innovators. Watch our video to see how our program exposes girls and young women, ages 8-24 to coding, robotics, cloud computing, problem-solving, and more!
The woman you have to thank for hybrid car batteries! Annie Easley made the jump from "human computer" to computer programmer while working at the mid-century agency of what would become NASA. Running simulations at a freaking "Reactor Lab" she was one of only four African-American employees. She is well known for her work encouraging women and people of color to enter STEM fields.
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Girls and young women
AWS Girls' Tech Series is a global learning experience, impacting over 19,360 girls and young women in local communities.
AWS Girls' Tech Series has hosted 31 events across three continents and twelve countries, including Australia, America, Brazil, India, Indonesia, and Ireland.
AWS Girls' Tech Day Participant:
“Thank you for the incredible experience! I loved making the robot and the team sessions -- it was great being together with other girls my age interested in tech! :-) I would LOVE to continue to participate in the future!”, AWS Student
Veronica Ortiz, College and Career Coordinator for Hayward Unified School District:
“The activities were engaging, fostered curiosity, and brought joy to our students. The speakers were inspirational and they shared their dynamic educational and career stories to motivate our students to follow their STEAM dreams. We look forward to continuing our partnership with AWS and expanding Girls’ Tech Day in HUSD,” said Veronica Ortiz, College and Career Coordinator for Hayward Unified School District.
Robert Gardiner, Academic Advisor and Operations Counsel Prestasi Junior Indonesia:
“This initiative was an important and inspiring first step for female students. In particular, to understand technology career trends and opportunities, design educational and personal development pathways towards future technology careers, and explore a range of skills around coding and robotics.”
Kenston, Professional Speaker and Trainer:
“This is the equity that is needed in our communities. Thank you for helping them gain access to opportunities that can change the trajectory of their lives.”
Eryn Hathaway, Executive Director ErynPink/ICEMentors:
“Our girls love to learn, be hands-on and try new technology. We are all about Girl Empowerment, so it’s a natural fit to be a part of AWS Girls’ Tech Day. The workshops and AWS women leaders panel brings life to the variety of opportunities our girls can aspire and achieve. We are so glad to work with AWS InCommunities and inspire our future leaders.”