Call for Entries: 2017 City on a Cloud Innovation Challenge Now Open

Amazon Web Services announces the call for entries for the AWS 2017 City on a Cloud Innovation Challenge
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Amazon Web Services announces the call for entries for the AWS 2017 City on a Cloud Innovation Challenge, a global program to recognize schools or districts, local or regional governments, and technology partners that are innovating for the benefit of students and citizens using the AWS Cloud. Up to $50,000 in AWS promotional credits will be claimed by the winning school or district.

Schools or districts can compete in three categories:

Best Practices - Have you deployed an innovative solution with a proven track record of success? Submit for the Best Practices Award so you can take your project to the next level.

Dream Big - Have a great idea but need help getting started? Submit your idea, plan for implementation, and how your students, teachers, or operations will benefit.

Partners in Innovation - Are you a partner or educational technology company working with schools and districts? Share how you impact student success for K-12 and primary learners worldwide.

The 2017 City on a Cloud recipients will be announced at the AWS Public Sector Summit, June 12-14, 2017 in Washington D.C. The deadline for applications is May 12, 2017.



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