Underrepresented Scholarships Available Made Possible by SCRA

We’re proud and very excited to announce scholarships for traditionally underrepresented organizations and individuals are now available to Open Source 101, taking place Tuesday, April 17 at the Alumni Center in downtown Columbia, SC.

Diversity and inclusion remain a priority for the Open Source 101 team, and we want to do everything we can to promote and enable it at the event. Equal opportunity to education and networking is something everyone deserves, and we believe scholarships can make a big difference. The team at South Carolina Research Authority (SCRA) is a partner and sponsor of Open Source 101 and is making the scholarships possible. We can’t thank them enough for the generosity and support.

Just a few of the organizations benefiting from the scholarships include:

  • Women Who Code Greenville
  • Women Who Code Atlanta
  • Google Women Techmakers
  • University of South Carolina Women in Engineering
  • Benedict College Society of Women Engineers
  • Benedict College National Society of Black Engineers

Anyone associated with a traditionally underrepresented organization is welcome to contact us regarding scholarship opportunities. Simply email us at info@allthingsopen.org for more information and we’ll respond right away.