- Virtual reality with guts: British startup unlocks the magic of science for children
- Shining a spotlight on women in tech with the DevelopHER Awards
- Children’s author scores a goal against cystic fibrosis
- We’re celebrating our Career Choice Programme through Learning at Work Week
- Amazon among top UK employers in LinkedIn’s Top Attractors List
John Dougherty and Laura Hughes announced as winner of Oscar’s Book Prize 2018 for children's book “There’s A Pig Up My Nose”.
Our Cambridge Development Centre team are delighted to be supporting the DevelopHER Awards, an annual not for profit awards ceremony recognising women who work in the technology sector in East Anglia.
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Florence Chambers from Amazon in Rugeley is one of hundreds of Amazon employees across the country taking part in the Career Choice programme and is now urging others to participate in the rewarding experience.
The Amazon Women in Innovation Bursary offers funding of between £3,500 and £7,500 per year to a female student attending one of the three universities neighbouring our three UK Development Centres in Cambridge, Edinburgh and London.
Our development centre and customer service centre teams visited St Joseph’s RC Primary and Broomhouse Primary to serve kids breakfast and give them a healthy start to the day, marking the start of our partnership with Magic Breakfast in Scotland.
We are pleased to hear today that Amazon has been shortlisted in three award categories for the Retail Week Rising Stars Awards this year.