React Day Berlin 2022 Diversity Scholarships
We strive to create a welcoming and diverse environment at our conference by bringing together people from various backgrounds.

For this reason, we're inviting people from underrepresented groups in technology to attend our conference for free. This includes, but is not limited to: women, people of color, LGBT+ folks, people with disabilities.

Please mind that the scholarships include a free conference pass that will be awarded after the successful application process* and selection by our committee. The ticket provides access to in-person and/or remote activities associated with the event – talks, short workshops, discussions, and more. Please note that the scholarship only covers access to the conference. Unfortunately, we cannot cover travel and accommodation.

The application form is open until October 30, 2022, 11:59pm CEST.

React Day Berlin takes place on December 2, 2022.

More information about the conference: https://reactday.berlin/ 

Scholarships are made possible by a joint effort of our attendees and sponsors. If you are also willing to contribute towards increasing the amount of scholarships we can award, please get in touch via hi@reactday.berlin


*All applications will be checked subject to eligibility.
*Please be aware that scholarship application does not guarantee you a ticket, all applications are subject to the selection process.
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