500 Individuals Received Training & Certification Scholarships by The Linux Foundation #Individuals #Received #Training #Certification #Scholarships #Linux #Foundation Welcome to JibGlobe, here is the new resources we have for you today:
The Linux Foundation regularly provides scholarship training to individuals.
With a new scholarship program a.k.a “The Shubhra Kar Linux Foundation Training (LiFT)” scholarship program, they seem to have done a fantastic job by announcing 500 recipients eligible to receive the reward.
In case you are curious, the program was renamed in honor of Shubra Kar (longtime CTO of Linux Foundation) who passed away earlier this year.
There were over 3000 applicants for the scholarship program, and the best candidates (eligible) were filtered to include various individuals across the globe. Some of the countries include India, Kenya, Nigeria, Pakistan, Egypt, Greece, and Indonesia.
Diversity and Scholarship: Linux Foundation
The Linux Foundation is well-known for its opportunities fit for all kinds of individuals across the globe.
With the latest scholarship reward announcement, they have added more benchmarks to their commitment to individuals with an interest in open source and technology.
Not just students, but some tech professionals were also selected to receive this year’s scholarships. The press release mentioned some numbers:
This year’s scholarship applicants reflect the diversity of open source, with ages of applicants ranging from 13 to 66 with the average age being 27 years old. Applications were received from 133 different countries.