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Are you a part of a small but mighty staff without much budget for professional development? Or maybe a budding entrepreneur eager to learn more about how to make your future better?
In conjunction with our Community Supporter sponsors, we’re excited to offer a limited number of free, scholarship tickets to community members who may not otherwise be able to cover the ticket price.
Here’s what you need to know:
How can I apply for a scholarship ticket?
Who should apply?
Anyone who is part of the Technical.ly community working on a small team or as a team of one. Anyone interested in learning more about the community we cover in our daily journalism. People of color, women and other underrepresented groups in or adjacent to technology are strongly encouraged to apply.
When will I be notified?
Technical.ly staff will review applications, and all applicants will receive an answer by April 23. Please note, this does not guarantee you access to the event.
Can I buy a scholarship for someone else?
You are AWESOME for asking, thank you! For companies, you can participate in our Community Supporter sponsorship, which includes two scholarship tickets (one for #PTW18 Dev Conference and one for Introduced by Technical.ly.)
And for individuals, you can purchase a scholarship ticket for the Introduced by Technical.ly conference by clicking “Get Tickets” and selecting “scholarship ticket” on the ticketing page.
All scholarship sponsors will have their name and/or company name listed in the program as one of our “Scholarship Sponsors” (optional).
When is the deadline to apply?
Friday, April 20 at 11:59 p.m. ET!
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