Timeline and FAQ for Outreachy Communities > SUSE Open Source Community Citizens
Outreachy provides paid, remote, three-month internships. Outreachy's goal is to support diversity in Free and Open Source Software (FOSS). For more information about what Outreachy is and the deadlines for mentors and coordinators, read the Community Call for Participation page.
Outreachy is not currently accepting new participating communities or new intern projects. This community has never been approved to participate in an Outreachy round since December 2017.
Mentors are welcome to sign up for the Outreachy announcement list to receive a notification for next round.
This page is for potential mentors and coordinators only. If you are an Outreachy applicant, please see the application instructions or current list of projects.
Coordinators find and advise mentors who want to participate in Outreachy. Coordinators also provide information about the community for the landing page shown to applicants.
The SUSE Open Source Community Citizens coordinator is "Katia Rojas".
If you have been a community coordinator in the past but have not yet created an account on this site, or you would like to volunteer to be a new coordinator and you understand the coordinator duties, you can sign up to be a community coordinator.
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