Get paid this summer helping open source – Google Summer of codeMarch 19, 2018, from David
Open Astronomy has been selected again this year as an organisation for Google Summer Of Code. This mean that students can contribute to any of the open source projects Open Astronomy is representing this year (i.e., astropy, sunpy, poliastro, juliaastro, heliopy, glue timelab) and get paid a stipend for their work during the summer (from $2400 up to $6600 depending on your location).
Are you a student and want to know whether you can participate? Read our starting point.
Go ahead and check our project ideas page and start to prepare your application. The deadline is the 27th of March!
Please, distribute this between your students.