The grant program for WTD Portland 2022 supports people who would otherwise not be able to attend the conference by covering attendance costs. Applications are open to anyone who wants to attend Write the Docs.
To apply, fill in the form below.
As the conference is virtual this year, the grant offers you a single free ticket to the conference.
We would like to encourage anyone to apply, who would otherwise have difficulties attending the conference. You are welcome to apply, even if you have received a grant before from our conferences or any others, regardless of the reason making it difficult for you to cover the cost, and with any experience level or background.
Depending on the number of applications, we may not be able to provide every applicant with a free ticket. We prioritize applications based on the overall impact that granting an application will have on the applicant, the Write the Docs community, and the applicant’s wider community and country, compared to others.
Grant applicants, like all other participants in the Write the Docs community, are required to adhere to the Code of Conduct: https://www.writethedocs.org/code-of-conduct/.
Grant applications are open until March 31, 2022, 11:59PM Pacific Time.
What is covered¶
All grants include a free conference ticket for the virtual conference.
Are you part of a marginalized or underrepresented group in tech?¶
Our grant program is open to anyone who wants to attend Write the Docs. However, we may prioritise applications from people who are part of a marginalized or underrepresented group in tech. If you are not part of any of these groups, you are still welcome to apply.
These groups include, but are not limited to:
- women and other gender minorities of all expressions and identities; for example trans, agender and non-binary people
- people of color
- sexuality minorities, including asexual people
- people with disabilities, both visible and invisible
- neurodivergent people* people with chronic illnesses or diseases
- religious and ethnic minorities
- age minorities (under ~21, over ~50)
- people experiencing poverty* homeless and home/food insecure people
- caregivers of children or other dependents
- people who have experienced trauma and its aftermath (PTSD, anxiety, etc)
- people living with or recovering from substance abuse
You do not have to tell us which underrepresented group(s) you are a part of.