Facebook Grace Hopper Women in Computing Scholarship (Fully-funded to Conference in Orlando, Florida) 2019
Facebook is committed to advancing women in technology, and we are very excited to announce the 2019 Facebook Grace Hopper Women in Computing Scholarship!
Application Deadline: 28th June, 2019 at 5:00pm PDT.
Eligible Countries: All
To be taken at (country): Orlando, Florida
About the Award: This fall we’ll join thousands of remarkable women in technology in Orlando, Florida from September 30 – October 4, 2019 for our twelfth year at the Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing. This unique scholarship program will be awarded to 50 women excelling in Computer Science. Each recipient will have the opportunity not only to attend the Celebration, but to spend valuable days before the conference with Facebook engineers learning, collaborating, and preparing for the conference.
Type: Training, Events
- The scholarship is open to all women currently enrolled in a 4-year undergraduate or graduate degree-seeking university program, majoring in Computer Science or a related field (i.e. Computer Engineering, Math, Statistics, Information systems)
- Students who are current interns at Facebook or who have accepted offers (2019-2020) at Facebook are ineligible.
- For international applicants: If you are selected, you would be responsible for your own travel visa. Facebook will cover travel expenses.
Number of Awards: 50
Value of Program:
- Paid registration for the Grace Hopper Celebration
- Paid travel and lodging, including a pre-Grace Hopper Celebration program in Orlando that includes tech talks, mentoring sessions and networking events from September 30 – October 5, 2019.
- An invitation to a private reception with Facebook’s Engineering Team during the Grace Hopper Celebration.
- Additional meal stipend
Duration of Program: September 30 – October 4, 2019
How to Apply: Apply
Award Provider: Facebook
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