[npnog] Apply for an Online Fellowship to APNIC 52

Srinivas Chendi sunny at apnic.net
Mon Mar 15 07:07:23 +0545 2021


Apply for an Online Fellowship to APNIC 52

Applications for APNIC 52 Online Fellowships are open now until
Friday, 26 March at 23:45 (UTC +10).

APNIC is offering a limited number of fellowships to participate in an
online, structured program that will run over five months, and to
participate at the APNIC 52 conference.

Successful fellows will select a specific area of interest to focus
their Online Fellowship program, as well as getting a holistic overview
of APNIC and Internet governance before participating in APNIC 52.

Areas of interest include:

    - IPv6 Deployment
    - Internet Routing/RPKI
    - Information/Network Security
    - MPLS/SDN

The level of experience in the chosen area of interest can be from
beginner to advanced. Please note, there is an estimated 8 to 12 hours
of commitment required between April and August 2021.

Fellows will be matched with a community mentor for an exclusive
one-on-one mentoring session.


Fellowship package​

    - A customized program of Fellows-only presentations from key
      experts with the opportunity for Q&As.
    - Introduction to a community mentor in their area of interest.
    - Support to complete a number of APNIC Academy courses.
    - Daily briefings during APNIC 52
    - Certification of achievement (upon successful completion of
    - Expenses scholarship of USD 150.
    - T-shirt.

Apply now!



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