Thanks for your interest in contributing to Mozilla! The Mozilla Project welcomes contributions from everyone who shares our goals and wants to contribute in a healthy and constructive manner within our community. As such, we require all those who participate to agree to adhere to the Community Participation Guidelines in order to help us create a safe and positive community experience for all.
To make a technical contribution:
- Contribute to the Mozilla code base -> 
- Find your first code contribution -> codetribute.mozilla.org
- Contribute documentation to the Mozilla Developer Network -> developer.mozilla.org
- Contribute your design to an open design community -> github.com/mozilla/OpenDesign/
- Contribute to Common Voice by supporting the technical aspects
To make a non-technical contribution:
- Localize Mozilla into your language -> pontoon.mozilla.org
- Help support users from the comfort of your couch by answering questions and/or writing and translating support articles -> support.mozilla.org
- Support Mozilla's mission - find impactful, fun ways to get involved right away on Activate Mozilla -> activate.mozilla.community
- Contribute to Common Voice by contributing and validating voice clips
Specialist Programs & Funding Programs:
As a critical part of the mission, Mozilla invests in innovators and projects working to make the internet more open, inclusive, decentralized, and secure. These programs each have their own set of requirements and application process, please read carefully.
Available by application:
- Tech Speakers - For volunteer technical advocates and educators who are interested in informing others about the open web and Mozilla products and technologies.
- Reps program - For contributors who are already regularly organizing community events and mobilizing in their communities.
- Fellowships - For web activists, open-source researchers and scientists, and technology policy experts who work on the front lines of the internet health movement.
- Research Grants & Sponsorships - For universities, labs and research-focused registered non-profits working to make the internet a better place.
- Mozilla Awards - For open source projects that contribute to Mozilla’s work and to the health of the Internet.
- Mozilla's Open Source Support Awards- provide catalytic funding to open source technologists.
- Student Internships - For university/college students looking to intern with Mozilla.
- Outreachy - For members of under-represented groups who want to intern in free and open source software.
- Summer of Code - For student developers who want to work with an open source organization on a 3 month programming project during their break from school.
- Open Source Student Network - A Network of university and college Clubs and students who are passionate about Open Source and eager to learn about, contribute to and create Open Source projects.
- Developer Engagement Events - for people seeking speakers or sponsorship for developer-oriented events.
Still can’t find what you’re looking for? Check out the conversations on the Mozilla Discourse.
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