Outreachy Applications Open For Summer Of 2016
Written by Michael Larabel in Free Software on 19 February 2016 at 11:45 AM EST. 2 Comments
Outreachy, the project formerly known as the GNOME Outreach Program for Women, has opened up their application process for their 2016 summer period.

As alternative to Google Summer of Code, applications are being accepted for the next season of Outreachy. Outreachy is open to "women (cis&trans), trans men, genderqueer ppl world-wide & ppl of color underrepresented in US tech."

The application deadline is 22 March while the internship period runs from 23 May to 23 August. Those participating earn a $5,500 USD stipend for their work.

Cadasta, Debian, Fedora, FFmpeg, GNOME, the Linux kernel, OpenStack, QEMU, VideoLAN, Wikimedia, and Xen are among the projects participating this round.

Interested in participating and meet the requirements? Visit the GNOME.org Outreachy area.
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