Amazon begins program for Inland high school students

By on April 6, 2019
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Cajon High School is home to the first Amazon Logistic Pathway Program, which is designed to help students interested in a logistics career.

A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held recently at the school’s Amazon-inspired classroom, which was paid for with a $50,000 donation Amazon made to the school in late 2017, according to a statement.

Cajon High School is located a few miles from Amazon’s first Inland Empire fulfillment center.

“We know that creating clear pathways for future innovators not only benefits us, but also our community and region as a whole,” said Amazon General Manager Chris Turner in the statement. “This program will teach our local students the real-world skills that will not only prepare them for future work with Amazon if they so choose, but will translate to any workplace they set their sights on.”