Advanced data structures
What is the AWS internship?
AWS (Amazon Web Services) is the system used to teach interns skills in programming web app architecture, SQL database rendering, version control operation, backend server maintenance and user interface design (UI).
This program is for students in high school and college who want to pursue a career in the software industry. Previously, AWS interns programmed PVNet's registration and internal management software.
Students will have access to the lab throughout the program and attend weekly meetings with instructor and fellow students.
Students may choose to register for a 6 or 12 month internship. Upon the successful completion of each 6 month internship interval, students will receive a WASC accredited high school elective certificate for 15 units. Students may re-register for the internship after initial completion.
- Open to 9th grade to college age students (younger ages will be considered upon request)
- Students must have successfully completed an AP CS A level course
- Students are required to have a fully functional laptop -- Windows or MAC -- with all current software and OS updates installed
Fill out the application form below.
Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject "AWS Internship" with your available times for a 30 minute interview any day Monday through Saturday. Casual dress is fine.
You will hear back from us about your acceptance within 5 business days.
Once accepted, please register for "Computer Science - AWS Professional Application Development 2023 (#577)" on our Course Catalog.
Note: Completion of this form does not guarantee acceptance.