Yes! GitLab's scholarship program exists to support individuals who may not otherwise have the opportunity to participate in the GitLab certification training program at Commit through diversity scholarships for traditionally underrepresented and/or marginalized persons.
Scholarship recipients will receive a complimentary registration pass to attend GitLab Commit and a GitLab Groundworks training course which will help you to earn a GitLab certification.
Scholarships are awarded based on a combination of need and impact. Selection will be made by an assembled group of reviewers who will assess each applicant’s request.
Applicants must be from a traditionally underrepresented and/or marginalized group in the technology and/or open source communities including, but not limited to: persons identifying as LGBT, women, persons of color, and/or persons with disabilities who are unable to attend without some financial assistance.
- August 14 - Scholarship application closes for Virtual Commit.
- August 17 - Notifications sent to those selected for scholarships.