Amazon begins program for Inland high school students

By on April 6, 2019

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.”