Women Who Code and Linux Foundation Launch Open Source Scholarship

Linux Foundation Training amp Certification is thrilled to announce that we are partnering with Women Who Code WWCode an international community dedicated to inspiring women to succeed in technology to provide scholarships to promising women to help them get started working with open source software.

WWCode will award 50 scholarships per quarter to deserving women with Linux Foundation Training amp Certification providing each of these recipients with a voucher to register for any Linux Foundation eLearning course and certification exam at no charge such as the Linux Foundation Certified IT Associate Certified Kubernetes Administrator Linux Foundation Certified System Administrator and more.

All Linux Foundation certification exams are conducted online with a proctor monitoring virtually via webcam and screen sharing. Scholarship recipients will have one year to sit for their exam and should they fail to pass on the first attempt one retake will be provided. Upon passing a certification exam they will receive a PDF certificate and a digital badge which can be displayed on digital resumes and social media profiles and which can be independently verified by potential employers.

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