Upcoming Career Development Fund Grants

Below is a list of planned advertised grant opportunities. Announcements for these grants are published via Calls for Applicants on the DPC News pageApplications are welcomed from all DPC Members and Affiliates (see individual announcements for eligibility information).


Name of Opportunity
DPC News Announcement / Call for Applicants

IDCC 2024


Edinburgh, Scotland, UK

19-21 February

15 December 2023

(Call Closed - Grant application deadline 9 January)

IS&T Archiving 2024


Washington, DC, USA

8-11 April

17 January 2024

(Call Closed - Grant application deadline 30 January)

ARA 2024


Birmingham, UK

28-30 August

13 May 2024

(Grant application deadline 4 June)

No Time To Wait 8


Karlsruhe, Germany

11-13 September

8 May 2024

(Grant application deadline 4 June)

iPRES 2024


Ghent & Flanders, Belgium

16-20 September

May 2024

ASA 2024


Ōtautahi | Christchurch, Aotearoa | New Zealand

22-25 October

June 2024

NEDCC Digital Directions 2024






*New information will be updated as soon as various announcements are made.

Interested in an opportunity not listed above?

Full and Associate DPC Members are also welcome to apply for a Member Self-Identified Opportunity grant to attend a training and development opportunity that they believe will help build digital preservation capacity within their organization. Details on the eligibility of opportunities for these grants, application process and deadlines are available in the Career Development Fund Application Guidelines.

Additionally, the DPC also invites training providers to discuss the possibility and appropriateness of offering Career Development Fund grants for such opportunities by contacting the Training & Grants Manager (Amy Currie, amy.currie[at]dpconline.org)


The Career Development Fund is sponsored by the DPC’s Supporters, who recognize the benefit and seek to support a connected and trained digital preservation workforce. We gratefully acknowledge their financial support of this programme and ask applicants to acknowledge that support in any communications that result. At the time of writing, the Career Development Fund is supported by Arkivum, Artefactual Systems Inc., boxxe, Cerabyte, Evolved Binary, Ex Libris, Iron Mountain, Libnova, Max Communications, Preservica, and Simon P Wilson. A full list of supporters is online here.




Scroll to top