In order to see all project information, you must fill out a short initial application.
at 4pm UTC is the deadline for submitting an initial application. Applicants will be notified of their initial application status on Feb. 18, 2019.
Until your initial application is approved, some information about the internships will be hidden, including full project details, mentor contact information, and how to make contributions to internship projects.
Community details are hidden until you are approved to participate as a mentor or coordinator.
Mentors for these projects are willing to work with new Outreachy applicants. Please note that as the round goes on, mentors may close their project to new applicants because they are already working with many applicants. Make sure to start your required contribution as soon as possible!
Each project mentor is looking for applicants who have different skills. Sometimes a skill is a hard requirement for an applicant to have. Other times, a mentor might prefer an applicant to have a skill, but they would accept an applicant as an intern who didn't have that skill. Some skills are "nice to have" meaning it would be great if applicants have this skill, but the mentor doesn't have a strong preference.
Each project will require a different level of experience with a
particular skill. Experience levels are indicated with numbers:
Mentors are willing to teach this skill to applicants with no experience at all
Applicants should have read about the skill
Applicants should have used this skill in class or personal projects
Applicants should be able to expand on their skills with the help of mentors
Applicants who are experienced in this skill will have the chance to expand it further
Full project details are hidden until you have been approved as a mentor by the community coordinator.
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