Are you not experienced enough for an internship? Want to develop your resume while also learning new skills, work on real-world projects, and collaborate with industry professionals? You should apply for these awesome Open Source Programs & Paying Virtual Internships!
1.GSOC- Google Summer of Code is a global program that aims to bring more student developers into the development of open-source software. During their break from school, students work with an open-source organization on a 10-week programming project.
2. A 12-week internship option for aspiring software engineers is the MLH Fellowship. These programs pair fun, educational curriculum with a realistic experience that you can place on your resume right away. It is collaborative, remote, and takes place under the guidance of mentors who are experts.
3. Remote internships are offered by Outreachy. Outreach internships around the globe are available to candidates. Interns operate remotely. Interns are not expected to migrate. Outreach internships take place twice a year: from May to August and from December to March.
4. The intern/mentorship program of LF Networking (LFN) aims to create a structured hands-on learning environment for new developers who may otherwise lack the opportunity to gain exposure to the development of open-source software and entry into the technical communities of the LFN projects. It also offers LFN ventures a more established direction to communicate with the next generation of student developers in order to inject more creativity into their base of developers.
5. The Linux Kernel Mentorship Program provides aspiring Linux Kernel developers and organized remote learning opportunities. Experienced developers and maintainers of the Linux Kernel mentor volunteer mentees and help them become Linux Kernel contributors.
6. KDE Student Programs have been running Season of KDE as a program every year since 2013, similar to, but not quite the same as, Google Summer of Code, giving anyone (not just students) the ability to participate in both code and non-code projects that support the KDE ecosystem.
7. FOSSASIA and OpnTec ran the Codeheat coding contest from October 1, 2020, to June 1, 2021. The Codeheat is split into cycles of two months. We announce the winners of the period after each period. Participants who submit at least five pull requests will earn a digital certificate and developers can win cool prizes for more than ten pull requests.
8. Open Code Summer is for someone who brings to the table inspiration, passion and talent. Submit, don’t be afraid!
9. The Free Software Foundation (FSF) is looking for interns to spend the summer contributing to work in one of three fields: projects, licensing, or with our engineering team. While in-office intern positions are normally favored here in Boston, because of COVID-19, the FSF only hosts remote interns this summer. As such, it will accept applicants from everywhere in the world.
10.Google Summer of Earth Engine is a research program for Indian university students & researchers to get a chance to work with leading research organizations. In the country working in climate, conservation, water management, and agricultural domains over 3 months of summer on a project and get paid to do so!
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