The Linux Foundation Scholarship Program 2014 will cover expenses for one class to be chosen by each recipient from the Scholarship Track choices, representing thousands of dollars in value. Travel expenses for in-person classes are not included. The Linux Foundation Scholarships 2014 are supported by Linux Foundation members who place a high value on helping to train the developers and IT professionals of the future.
Linux Foundation’s Training Scholarship 2014 are offered in following 5 categories:
Whiz Kids: 2014 high school or college grads, 18 years or older.
Women in Linux: Female candidates who have demonstrated leadership or want to take initiative in creating opportunity for themselves or other women in Linux.
SysAdmin Super Stars: These applicants should have already begun using Linux in their workplace but want to take their work to the next level with additional training.
Developer Do-Gooder: Developers who are using Linux for good to submit applications, so they might expand that good work while enhancing their Linux skills.
Linux Kernel Guru: This category will recognize an individual who has already contributed to the Linux kernel community and who has promise of becoming a Linux kernel developer or maintainer.
Last date for submission of Linux Foundation’s Training Scholarship 2014 application form is midnight PT on September 2, 2014.
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