We are thrilled to announce that Nicole Lee, an active member of the AWS DeepRacer Student League, has won the prestigious $40,000 Amazon Future Engineer Scholarship and Internship!
Nicole has been an enthusiastic participant in the AWS DeepRacer program since her sophomore year in high school. During her time in the program, she has developed a passion for artificial intelligence and machine learning, and has been dedicated to honing her skills in these areas. She has experimented with different reward functions, collaborated with her peers to find the most efficient solutions, and competed against fellow students to achieve the fastest lap times.
Nicole’s hard work and dedication have clearly paid off, as she has now been recognized with this incredible scholarship and internship from Amazon Future Engineer. The program aims to increase access to computer education for students in underserved communities, and Nicole’s achievement is a testament to the impact that such programs can have.
Nicole’s win is also a testament to the value of the AWS DeepRacer program itself. The program provides students with the opportunity to learn and explore machine learning and AI in a supportive and collaborative environment, and it is clear that Nicole has thrived in this environment.
We are incredibly proud of Nicole and her achievements, and we can’t wait to see what she accomplishes in the future. We hope that her story inspires other students to explore the world of artificial intelligence and machine learning, and to pursue their passions with dedication and enthusiasm.
Congratulations, Nicole, on this incredible achievement! We are honored to have you as a member of the AWS DeepRacer community, and we can’t wait to see what you accomplish next.
One Reply to “South Hills High School Student, Nicole Lee, Wins $40,000 Amazon Future Engineer Scholarship and Internship: A DeepRacer Success Story”
Such a wonderful story and epic success for the program and the student. Well done SHHS. Also congrats to the District Board as well. All schools should be requiring these activities to help us better compete in the future.