The DrupalCon scholarship program allows Drupal Community members, who would otherwise not be able to attend DrupalCon, to benefit from the DrupalCon experience as the Drupal Community benefits from each scholar's attendance. Our Scholarship Selection team will be looking for applicants who have been passionate about Drupal and the Drupal Platform and who would not be able to attend DrupalCon WITHOUT financial assistance.
- Only voluntary, nonprofit work makes applicants eligible for a scholarship. Working on the Drupal project (core, documentation, events, etc) as part of a paid job does NOT count.
- Scholarships are both rewards and incentives. Applications will be ranked based on what they have done for Drupal in the past and based on how much their attendance at DrupalCon Munich will benefit them and the Drupal project. These two considerations, as well as their need for financial aid, will be determining factors for scholarship awards.
- Greg Dunlap
- Cathleen Theys
- Jeremy Thorson
- Yves Chedemois
- Thomas Svenson
- Karyn Cassio
- Capi Etheriel
- Jessica M.
- Wolfgang Ziegler
- Stéphane Corlosquet
- Weber Perdigao Macedo
- Bojhan Somers
- Tobias Stöckler
*We will add more recipients to this list as we confirm.
At every DrupalCon, our staff works hard to fit as many scholars into our budget as we can. Thank you for being extraordinary members of the Drupal Community, we look forward to seeing you at DrupalCon Munich!
Please note all deadlines are 11:59PM CEST.
- Scholarship application opens: March 22, 2012
- Scholarship application deadline: April 27, 2012
- Scholarship applicants notified: May 11, 2012
- Scholarship winners announced: May 18, 2012