One of the core values of Code & Supply is enabling everyone to learn. C&S has a long history of providing scholarships to attendees in need. That is why we established the Code & Supply Scholarship Fund.
Who qualifies for a Scholarship?
Our goal is to assist individuals with the greatest need, individuals from traditionally underrepresented groups to enter and advance in the software industry, or both. Code & Supply Scholarship Fund is presently targeting people internationally matching these descriptions:
- People in financial need - unemployed, underemployed, retirees, students
- Members of Underrepresented groups. People who are members of the following groups,
which are commonly known to comprise a very small percentage of the professional
roles in the software community:
- Indigenous cultures, such as Native Americans
- Gender, Sexual, and Romantic Minorities (GSRM)
- Physically or mentally impaired
- People seeking to enter the software profession - recent graduates, career switchers, folks on parental leave, non-traditional students
For more information and examples, see the scholarship page on codeandsupply.fund.
What does a scholarship cover?
A scholarship may be used to cover all or a part of a recipient’s travel, accommodations, and registration fees.
When is the deadline to apply?
There is no deadline to apply. Scholarships are granted as funds are available.
Where do I apply?
How can I or my company support the scholarship find?
Learn about how you can donate money or in-kind needs (airline miles, hotel points etc.) by reading about Donating to Code & Supply Scholarship Fund. As CSSF is a non-profit organization, donations are tax-deductible.
What is the relationship between Abstractions, Code & Supply, and the Scholarship Fund?
Abstractions is a conference hosted by Code & Supply. The difference between Code & Supply and CSSF is explained clearly here