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Old 02-03-2007, 12:26 PM   #1
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Rhce Of The Year Grant

I was wondering If people are applying for this...alas I cant

You've proven your Linux smarts and attained your RHCE. Maybe you've even taken an RHCA course and obtained an endorsement or two on your way to RHCA. No doubt, you've got talent. Now's the time to prove it...

Red Hat is excited to offer the RHCE of the Year Grant. This Grant is available to current RHCEs who visit the RHCE of the Year application page, complete the application, and include a statement of why they should be selected to receive the Grant. Maybe you're administering 100 different boxes, maybe you've solved an unsurmountable problem, or maybe you've just taught the kids in your neighborhood to use Linux. Whatever your achievement--we want to hear about it.

Apply today for a chance to see your name in lights, and earn the RHCE of the Year Grant.

Red Hat will select three applicants to receive the Grant, which covers the cost of registration to the Red Hat Summit May 9-11, 2007 and round-trip coach airline tickets to San Diego, California, USA. You'll get three nights' accommodations at the official Summit hotel, admission to conference sessions, all conference meals, and great San Diego-style entertainment each night. You'll also receive an RHCE of the Year plaque and jacket, and will be honored at the RHCE/RHCT Summit Happy Hour.

The Grant is available to legal residents of limited countries. See application information and instructions for complete details. Application deadline is March 30, 2007, so start thinking and get typing.
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I'd say this is more something for the News section?
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