The Linux Foundation’s Linux Training Scholarship Program in 2013 will award five scholarships to individuals who demonstrate the greatest need and who have already demonstrated an interest in Linux and open source software. We seek to find individuals who want to contribute to the advancement of the Linux operating system and help influence its future.
The Linux Foundation this year is offering one scholarship in each of the following five categories:
- Whiz Kids: High school or college grads already familiar with Linux but who want to prepare for their career with extra training. Applicants must be 18 years or older.
- Women in Linux: Women who have demonstrated leadership or want to take initiative in creating opportunities for themselves or other women in Linux.
- SysAdmin Super Stars: SysAdmins who 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 use Linux for good and who are looking to expand that good work while enhancing their Linux skills.
- Linux Kernel Guru: Individuals who have already contributed to the Linux kernel community and show promise of becoming a Linux maintainer
For other opportunities see: