Linux Foundation Training Scholarships Are Back! Apply by April 30

Linux Foundation Training LiFT Scholarships are back Since 2011 The Linux Foundation has awarded over 600 scholarships for more than a million dollars in training and certification to deserving individuals around the world who would otherwise be unable to afford it. This is part of our mission to grow the open source community by lowering the barrier to entry and making quality training options accessible to those who want them.

Applications are being accepted through April 30 in 10 different categories.

Whether you are just starting in your open source career or you are a veteran developer or sysadmin who is looking to gain new skills if you feel you can benefit from training andor certification but cannot afford it you should apply.

Recipients will receive a Linux Foundation training course and certification exam. All our certification exams and most training courses are offered remotely meaning they can be completed from anywhere.

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