NANOG Programs 



The NANOG College Immersion (NCI) Program seeks to provide an entryway for higher education students to learn about the world of Network Operations. There are many facets to the NANOG program - tutorials, classes, keynotes, general session content, and tracks. In addition to this NANOG-sponsored content, there are regularly scheduled socials and events that may be of interest to those participating in NCI.  The program aims to provide the next-generation of Network Operators with an edge in today's highly competitive market and allows us a conduit of highly capable operators, engineers, and architects.


The NANOG Network Operator's Scholarships provide a one-time annual award to a recipient for undergraduate study at a recognized University with course of study in Network Engineering, Computer Science, Business Information Technology or Management Information Systems, or Law with major in Telecommunications Regulation and/or Policy.

The NANOG Network Operator's Scholarships provide a one-time annual award to a recipient for undergraduate study at a recognized University with course of study in Network Engineering, Computer Science, Business Information Technology or Management Information Systems, or Law with major in Telecommunications Regulation and/or Policy.
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NANOG is the professional association for Internet engineering and architecture that focuses on the technologies and systems which make the Internet function. Each NANOG Meeting, NANOG allows up to two individuals from the North American Network Operators' Group region an opportunity to attend a NANOG Meeting under the Fellowship Program with the following benefits: Hotel accommodations at the meeting hotel (booked by NANOG staff) and Round-trip economy class airfare to the meeting (up to $500).

 


The NANOG Network Operator’s Scholarships provide a one-time annual award to a recipient for undergraduate study at a recognized University with course of study in Network Engineering, Computer Science, Business Information Technology or Management Information Systems, or Law with major in Telecommunications Regulation and/or Policy.

 

The NANOG Network Operator's Scholarships provide a one-time annual award to a recipient for undergraduate study at a recognized University with course of study in Network Engineering, Computer Science, Business Information Technology or Management Information Systems, or Law with major in Telecommunications Regulation and/or Policy.
The NANOG Network Operator's Scholarships provide a one-time annual award to a recipient for undergraduate study at a recognized University with course of study in Network Engineering, Computer Science, Business Information Technology or Management Information Systems, or Law with major in Telecommunications Regulation and/or Policy.
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NANOG On The Road events provide current NANOG content covering everything from technical services, the status of IPv6 adoption, current registry policy, to developments and hot topics in Internet Governance.  It is a one-day event providing professional education and networking.

Have questions about NANOG's and operator input and experience?

NANOG On The Road will get you up to speed and solicit discussion topics in case there is something you want to know that isn't on the agenda.  The optional Ask NANOG session allows you to speak one-on-one with members of the NANOG Board, the Program Committee, and staff members onsite who will share their experience and further explain the importance of NANOG  “Helping to Make the Internet better”.

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