Apply Now for the TransparencyCamp Travel Scholarship

TransparencyCamp is an annual unconference by the Sunlight Foundation that brings together folks interested in government transparency. TCamp 2014 is happening on May 30-31st. To ensure that diverse voices and communities are represented, they will once again provide a travel scholarship open to participants from across the country.

APPLY NOW!

The Sunlight Foundation is looking for civic innovators and organizers—people with ideas or projects that apply transparency locally, nationally or internationally. Whether your opengov advocacy or tinkering is part of your day job or falls outside of your 9-to-5, they believe you have something important to share, learn, and build along with every other attendee at TransparencyCamp—even if you don’t have the means to make it all the way out to Washington, D.C. on your own. That’s why, for the last two years, they’ve provided this scholarship and partial travel stipend, and why they’re bringing it back for TransparencyCamp 2014.

People that have experience working on municipal or state transparency issues, interest in open data on a community level, and civic hackers of all stripes are highly encouraged to apply. First time coming to TCamp? Check out their Ambassadors Program, or take a look at the top 10 things to know about TCamp 2014.

This post is a modified version on Apply to be a TCamp 2014 scholar, published by the Sunlight Foundation, licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 United States License.

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About Shibby

Jason Hibbets is a senior community evangelist at Red Hat which means he
is a mash-up of a community manager and project manager for
Opensource.com–a publication and story-telling platform for open source
communities. At night, he wears a cape, and is a Code for Raleigh
brigade captain as well as a CityCamp NC co-chair.

Jason is the author of a book called The foundation for an open source
city
–a resource for cities and citizens interested in improving their
government through civic hacking. While writing the book, he discovered
his unknown super power of building communities of passionate people.

Jason graduated from North Carolina State University and resides in
Raleigh, NC with his wife, two kids, two border collies, nine chickens, lots
of tomato plants, and a lazy raccoon somewhere in an oak tree. In his
copious spare time, he enjoys surfing, running, gardening, traveling,
watching football, sampling craft beer, and participating in local
government–not necessarily in that order, but close to it.

You can follow him on Twitter: @jhibbets

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