We are so proud to announce a collaborative partnership with AWS to serve the nonprofit community! This partnership with AWS Serve will give nonprofit teams and individuals unlimited access to our entire library of cloud certification training content to facilitate cloud building skills for all levels:

  • More than 2,500 self-paced video courses
  • 209 total hours of AWS course training
  • 438 Linux training hours
  • 105 OpenStack training hours
  • More than 60 hands-on, scenario-based labs for AWS skill building
  • Live AWS lab servers for practicing newly-acquired skills
  • Quizzes, study guides, flash cards, study groups, and practice exams

“Organizations and individuals are rushing to ensure they can handle the technologies available today on the cloud,” said Anthony James, CEO, Linux Academy. “We are excited about this new collaboration with AWS. It creates an affordable and efficient option for nonprofit organizations, which have limited budgets, to keep up with rapidly expanding technologies, as well as for people to find or progress within cloud tech careers.”

We provide training for all current AWS certifications, and our courses are designed to truly prepare students to advance in Linux and cloud careers.

We’re so excited to be partnered with AWS Serve to help expand their offerings to the broader nonprofit community. It will help nonprofits save money and provide better access and resources to their members to further their education and learning, as well as reach their potential and goals. This program is available to nonprofit teams to test and train their IT staff, as well as to individuals to learn hands-on skills and train for certifications.

Nonprofit organizations who are interested in joining the AWS Serve Program, apply here.

Read the entire press release here.
January Hands-On Training Content Launch

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