Github has collaborated with the tech industry to create a package that will include all the resources that a student need while graduating. GitHub Education offers students real-world experience with free access to various developer tools from GitHub’s partners.
The Pack is open to every student 13 years or older👨🎓 in a degree-granting program. Most students apply for the Pack using their school-issued email address. However, students whose schools don’t provide email addresses are able to apply for the Pack using their dated student ID.
Well, it's pretty straight forward.
First of all go to the following link: https://education.github.com/pack
log in to your GitHub account in order to avail the Student Developer Pack.
Clicking on “Get your Pack” will prompt you to sign up with your GitHub account so that it can authorize your profile with the request for the pack, and confirm that you are a student and are older than 13 years.
After signing up, you will have to submit some basic information:-
- Institutional email ID( An IEEE email address would suffice if you don’t have an institutional one) Name of your institution
- To confirm that we are actually a student, we are asked to upload a validation — a school ID or a letter. It should show our current status as a student.
Wait, whats in the pack?
If I have to define it in a single word then EVERYTHING. Yes, it has got all the resources from free domain name to free database.
Complete list - https://education.github.com/pack
MongoDB is a general-purpose, document-based, distributed database. With the GitHub pack, you get $200 in MongoDB Atlas Credits, plus access to MongoDB Compass and MongoDB University including free certification.
GitHub Campus Experts are students who build technical communities on campus, with training and support from GitHub. You can apply to become part of the program while you’re a student.
1 year free pro tier access to a professional graphics and design platform.
There over 80+ tools from categories like monitoring tools, analytic tools, IDEs, server management tools, APIs, optimization tools, cloud services, translation management tools, security tools, and many others which I failed to mention here.
Get the GitHub Student Developer Pack. Thank me later 😉