by Joe White
April 20, 2011
Apple is now accepting applications for WWDC 2011 Student Scholarships. The program gives talented students a free ticket to this year's Worldwide Developers Conference. As outlined by Apple, over at the appropriate webpage:
The WWDC 2011 Student Scholarship Program provides selected students with the incredible opportunity to receive a free ticket to the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference. If you are a full or part-time student and either an iOS Developer University Program member, Mac Developer Program member, or ADC Student member, apply for a WWDC Student Scholarship today. Don’t miss your chance to work with and meet the Apple engineers responsible for the powerful technologies in iOS and Mac OS X.To apply for a WWDC 2011 scholarship, you must submit a resume before April 26. Following this, "applicants will be judged on technical ability," meaning you've got to be smart if you want to score a free WWDC ticket. In total, there are 150 tickets to be won, and winners will be selected on May 3. If you are a budding iOS or Mac developer, visit Apple's website and apply now!