2022 IT OnRamp Scholarship Information & Application


The OnRamp Scholarship returns in 2022! We are currently looking for applicants for the PowerShell + DevOps Summit 2022 OnRamp Track Scholarship.

TLDR: you can apply for the OnRamp Scholarship here!

OnRamp is an educational track geared towards entry-level IT Pros. It offers a great opportunity to jump-start your PowerShell career while being taught by the best in the industry. It's structured as a hands-on class, so your skills are put into practice right away. However, attendees will still spend time outside the classroom to attend keynotes, general sessions, and other social gatherings. You get the best of both; a chance to learn, and the opportunity to network and build connections!

For more information, we recommend reading the OnRamp Brochure.

Speaking of networking, we also have a "buddy program" in which OnRamp attendees can enroll and be paired with a veteran Summit attendee. It's a great way to make introductions and ask questions in a one-on-one format.

We are seeking applicants for the PowerShell + DevOps Summit OnRamp Scholarship now! Applications must be submitted no later than February 1st, 2022.

Scholarship recipients receive:

  • US domestic economy airfare to the event (up to $600 inclusive of all taxes and fees)

  • Five (5) nights' lodging (Sunday through Thursday evenings)

  • Admission to the OnRamp track, including four breakfasts, four lunches, and two evening events.

Who should apply:

  • Individuals who are part of ethnic or gender groups that have traditionally been underrepresented in IT (half of our scholarship slots are reserved for members of these groups)

  • Individuals who have completed an entry-level IT training program (which can include a technical college) or who hold at least one entry-level certification (such as CompTIA A+)

  • Individuals who currently hold an entry-level IT job, are participating in an IT internship, or who are actively applying for an entry-level IT job.

  • Individuals who fully intend to make IT their full-time professional career.

Please reach out with any questions at either of the following places:

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