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Mums@Work & Career Navigators is delighted to partner Women @ Amazon, for 

PATHWAY TO CLOUD PROGRAM

(SEPT 2021 - JAN 2022)

Limited seats reserved for Mums@Work/ Career Navigators members

 

This 3-segment programme aims to support female talents who are keen to explore a career in CLOUD COMPUTING. No prior experience is needed.

 

The 3-segment programme includes:

SEGMENT ONE - TRAINING

Online Training with Cloudseeders

  • Introduction to Cloud Computing (23 Sept 2021. 6pm - 730pm) - Join to learn the very basics of cloud computing. We will go through a series of white-boarding exercises to learn about the benefits of cloud such as high availability, scalability, elasticity, and security.

TRAINER: Arthi Jaganathan (Solutions Architect, AWS)

 

SEGMENT TWO - MENTORSHIP

One-on-one mentorship by AWS/ Amazon Women Leaders

  • Over a 3 months period (commencing from October 2021), you will have one-on-one guidance with an Amazon/ AWS mentor to discuss your career path

 

SEGMENT THREE - NETWORK WITH AMAZON BUSINESS LEADERS

Networking Event & Job Search Support (Jan 2022)

  • In November, there will be an opportunity to attend an in-person / hybrid event to build your network and discover new career opportunities in Amazon/ AWS

  • Seek out job search support advice from AWS/ Amazon HR team

Applicants are expected to meet the following requirements:

  • You must be keen on a career in cloud computing

  • You have a bachelor's degree

  • Relevant work experience is not needed

  • Must be willing to commit to the training, mentorship support for the period of time stipulated.

 

ALL 50 AVAILABLE SEATS FOR THIS RUN ARE TAKEN.

This programme is partly sponsored by Career Navigators (Mums@Work Singapore) and Women@Amazon. 

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Amazon Web Services (AWS) partners with 

Career Navigators (Mums@Work Singapore)

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PATHWAY
TO CLOUD
PROGRAM

 

LEARN + BE MENTORED

+ NETWORK + JOB SEARCH

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