Google offers five grants to women in security to attend HITB2014AMS
Posted on 12 February 2014.
As part of Google’s ongoing commitment to encourage women to excel in computing and technology, Google is offering five grants to women in security to attend the Hack In The Box Amsterdam conference in May.

These grants include a VIP ticket to the conference on the 29th and 30th of May, an exclusive invite to the HITBSecConf Speakers Reception on the 28th, an invite to the Girl Geek Dinner Amsterdam on the 29th and an invite to the HITB Post Conference Reception sponsored by Microsoft on the evening of the 30th.

Winners of the grant will also receive up to 1000 EUR towards travel costs (to be paid after the conference).

To be eligible for a conference grant, the candidate must:
  • Be a woman working in or studying Computer Science, Computer Engineering, or technical field related to the conference subject
  • Have a strong academic background
  • Demonstrated leadership in the workplace or in school
  • Attend the core days of the main conference (29th and 30th May).
To apply, submit this form by the 10 April deadline. To find out more about the Google Women in Tech Travel and Conference Grant program, see here.


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