Employer Satisfaction 94%

of employers say that they would hire Generation graduates again.

High Retention 77%

of Generation USA graduates remain in the same job one year after placement.

Quality Performance 88%

of our employers say that Generation graduates perform better than average.

Advancement 43%

of Generation USA graduates are promoted within one year of program completion.

Find AWS Cloud Certified Professionals, Ready To Work.

The Generation AWS re/Start 12-week curriculum combines the technical expertise employees need and Generation’s award-winning methodology, providing more than 400 hours of role-specific technical and soft skills training for your next great hire.

Our grads are ready for entry-level cloud support roles such as:
Cloud Operations Engineer
Site Reliability Engineer
Junior DevOps Engineer
Platform Engineer
First Line Support Specialist

It’s recruiting made easy. Generation has graduates day-one ready and cloud certified.

Generation USA and AWS re/Start are hosting recruitment fairs that provide employers with the opportunity to meet our Cloud Support graduates. Events will be held in the following cities:

Return On Your Investment

Less training, faster ramp up

Depth of our training means less coaching needed on the job

Higher quality of work

Increase in individual performance and customer satisfaction

Easier recruiting, larger talent pool

Reduction in screening and interviewing time, and agency spend

Growing internal talent pipeline

Internal promotion rather than costlier external new hires

A Curriculum That Works

Technical content curated by AWS

Linux fundamentals and Bash scripts
Introduction to DevOps
Programming with Python
Networking concepts
Security fundamentals
Relational databases
Cloud computing
Core AWS compute, storage, networking services

Role-specific behaviors and mindsets

Time management
Personal responsibility
Future orientation
Growth mindset
Team work

Featured Video

Generation and Employers

"We know when we interview people from Generation that they’ve already gone through training. They’ve got some basic things down that we’re going to need. That makes it a whole lot easier for us.”