JazzCon.Tech Diversity in Tech Scholarship Application
Apply for one of three (3) JazzCon.Tech Women in Tech scholarships before February 10, 2018.
This Opportunity is open to anyone who identifies as female.
About JazzCon.Tech

March 21-23, 2018

Join us in New Orleans for a 3 day event on Web & JavaScript Development! All tickets include workshop day, and there will be 4 concurrent tracks. Workshops and sessions include:

Angular, React, Vue, JavaScript, JS Frameworks, HTML5, CSS3, tools, techniques, and more!

JazzCon.Tech will bring the energy and community spirit of our previous event back to New Orleans for three days of learning and networking. In this second edition, we're making the conference experience even better for attendees and speakers. We invite you to join us March 2018 for this unique experience!
This is not a mega-conf - rather it is an intimate event with less than 250 attendees ( including speakers )! Our goal in the first edition was for _everyone_ to get to know each other and share knowledge and ideas, and the goal remains the same this year.

Apply today to receive one of three (3) scholarships to this one-of-a-kind conference, provided by JazzCon.Tech.

Deadline to apply: February 10, 2018

About New Orleans WIT
The mission of New Orleans WIT is to improve the industry landscape for women in tech with a community based approach to mentoring, professional development, and career advancement.

For more information, visit http://neworleanswit.org

Scholarship Application
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