Connect 2022 Scholarships

Note: In addition to the three scholarships outlined below, DPOE-N is pleased to offer funding support for citizens and residents of the United States of America to attend Samvera Connect 2022. Applications for funding from new and emerging professionals and those whose employment has been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic will be prioritized. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis. For more information and to submit an application for funding, please visit: .

Samvera Connect Scholarships

Our generous hosts at University of Notre Dame Libraries have provided three scholarships for Connect 2022.  These scholarships will cover the cost of conference registration and three nights' accommodation only.  They do not cover travel expenses, or evening meals. 

The Samvera Connect Scholarships Committee is committed to promoting diversity within the Samvera Community. Anyone who identifies with a group that is historically under-represented at such events (including, but not limited to, African Americans, Latinx, Indigenous Peoples, people with disabilities, cis women, people of transgender experience, and people of non-binary gender) is encouraged to apply.

Applications are open to all Samvera Community participants but priority consideration will be given to first time attendees, early career professionals, applicants from historically under-represented groups, and international applicants. 

Submit your scholarship application via this form by August 1st, 2022.

The application requests the following information:

  • Name*

  • Email address*

  • Country of residence*

  • Employer name (if applicable)

  • Job title or student information (as applicable)

  • Name and email address of one reference

  • Do you have institutional funds towards the costs of Samvera Connect?*

  • Have you attended a Samvera Connect conference before?*

  • What is it about Samvera Connect that interests you?*

  • Any additional information you with to add (please be assured that your application will not be prejudiced if you do not supply extra information)