The EARLy career scholarship

January 29, 2018
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(This article was first published on Mango Solutions, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

At Mango, we’re passionate about R and promoting its use in enterprise – it’s why we created the EARL Conferences. We understand the importance of sharing knowledge to generate new ideas and change the way organisations use R for the better.

This year we are on a mission to actively encourage the attendance of R users who are either in a very early stage of their career or are finishing their academic studies and looking at employment options.

We’re offering EARLy career R users a chance to come to EARL – we have a number of 2-day conference passes for EARL London and tickets for each 1-day event in the US. This year’s dates are:
London, 12-13 September
Seattle, 7 November
Houston, 9 November
Boston, 13 November

Who can apply?

  • Anyone in their first year of employment
  • Anyone doing an internship or work placement
  • Anyone who has recently finished – or will soon be finishing – their academic studies and is actively pursuing a career in Analytics

To apply for a free EARLy Career ticket, tell us why you would like to attend an EARL Conference and how attending will help you advance your knowledge and your career.

(Minimum 200 words, maximum 500 words)

Submit your response here.

Terms and conditions: ‘Winners’ will receive tickets for any EARL Conference of their choice. This does not include travel or accommodation. The tickets are non-transferable. The tickets cannot be exchanged for cash.

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