We are proud to have a fellowship programme for people who wish to come along to NetHui but who for any reason may struggle on their own means.
The purpose of the NetHui fellowships is to diversify NetHui attendance with the aim to promote the Internet's benefits and uses, and protect its potential. We wish to help those who will benefit greatly from attending, but find cost limiting their attendance.
Asia-Pacific Network Information Centre (APNIC) are our “Fellowship sponsor." We thank APNIC for their support in making NetHui fellowships possible.
The fellowships can help you pay for travel, accommodation, childcare or other expenses. Fellowships also can provide a free registration.
This year, we are focusing on bringing more youth, women and Māori and Pasifika people to NetHui.
Applications for NetHui 2017 fellowships are open. Please read the information below and apply here.
Applicants must fit in one of the four categories:
A panel of sponsors will assess applications against the decision criteria below, based on the answers applicants give in their application form. First time NetHui attendees may be prioritised.
Alignment with purpose
This is about how well the applicant’s attendance purpose matches the purpose of the fellowship. Applicants should:
The committee will look at how attending NetHui could benefit the applicant and Internet community, and considerations like value for money. Applicants should:
Likelihood of success
The committee will look at how likely it is that applicants will support ongoing growth and learning by attending NetHui. Applicants should:
There is no funding limit for applications. InternetNZ reserves the right to offer partial funding.
If funded, you agree to participate in both days of NetHui 2017, unless agreed otherwise with InternetNZ.