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Mozilla is huge, and figuring out how to get involved can be as much of a challenge as the work itself. The information on this page is intended to help educators, students and self-directed learners figure out how to get started, figure out what your choices are, and how to make your contribution a successful, rewarding experience.
Find resources for learning or teaching Mozilla development. Learn the internals of the Mozilla platform and how to extend it. Get help finding your way around in the Mozilla developer community across the world.
Invent the future of user experience design. Learn how to create prototypes and mockups for the next generation of Mozilla technology. Participate in the Mozilla Labs Concept Series through the Design Challenge.
At the moment, the best way for those with marketing flair to get involved with Mozilla is through spreadfirefox.com. Students can get involved as Mozilla Campus Reps. Also read the Community Marketing Guide for help promoting Mozilla.
Mozilla is looking for ways to get business students and professors involved in open source collaboration. Watch this space for future developments.
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Help turn the open web into a rich learning environment using Mozilla's new Jetpack technology. We invite students and educators everywhere to participate in the Jetpack for Learning Design Challenge.
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