CarpentryCon 2020 Financial Support Request
Initial application review will begin in mid-January. Please submit your application before that time to ensure priority consideration.
Our goal is to announce the first round of financial support by late February 2020. Note that the amount of funding available for financial support is highly dependent on sponsorships (
), so awards may not be given out all at once, but disbursed as funds become available. Also due to the variable nature of funding financial support, we can't predict how much financial support will be available (both overall and per individual), although we will try to make that information available when possible.
Use this form to make a case for financial support to attend CarpentryCon 2020 in Madison, WI (USA).
Your email address
What kind of assistance are you seeking? (check all that apply)
Registration fee reduction
Registration fee waiver
Subsidy for travel expenses
Assistance with accommodation costs in Madison
Visa application costs
Childcare or other family travel costs
Where are you based? (town + country)
What is the name of your home institution or organisation?
Why are you applying for financial assistance?
Are you planning to apply for funding from other sources?
Do you have any previous involvement with the Carpentries? Check all that apply:
Contributed to lesson materials
What is your current occupation/career stage?
Prefer not to say
Research staff (including research programmer)
Support staff (including technical support)
Commercial software developer
What communities do you belong to where you take an active participatory or leadership role?
What do you hope to get out of attending CarpentryCon 2020?
In what ways, if any, do you self-identify as a member of a group under-represented in research and/or computing, e.g., women, ethnic minorities, LGBTQI, etc.
Do you need written confirmation of financial support to apply for a visa?
Thanks for submitting. We will be in touch.
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