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Regarding Mentorship withdraw

Hello Everyone,
what I do If a have applied for all three mentorship program but want to apply for another one.
So, how I withdraw from mentorship program which i previously applied?
Thank You!


  • you can just apply the other one

  • ShuahKhanLF
    ShuahKhanLF Posts: 121
    edited May 2021

    If you applied for 3 mentorships, you can withdraw from one by simply selecting withdraw option. You won't be able to apply to another without withdrawing as 3 is the maximun number of projects one can apply.

  • shubham123
    shubham123 Posts: 9

    But Ma'am There is not showing withdraw option.

  • ShuahKhanLF
    ShuahKhanLF Posts: 121

    Go to "My Mentorships" tab and on each project's card you have applied to, there is a "Withdraw" option on the top right

  • shubham123
    shubham123 Posts: 9

    Thank You! Ma'am

  • charon
    charon Posts: 1

    Hello everyone,
    I recently applied to the Linux kernel bug fixing spring 2022 mentorship. I withdrew my application by accident. I want to reapply but I'm unable to do it. I read in the mentorship documentation that withdrawn applications don't count towards the 3 applications per term limit and also you can apply again to programs you got rejected or withdrew your application.

    Can someone please help me?

    Thank you

  • ShuahKhanLF
    ShuahKhanLF Posts: 121

    I changed your status to Pending.

  • durbar
    durbar Posts: 1

    Hello everyone! I had previously applied to Confidential Computing Fellowship 2022 mentorship. However, later on, I found another project by CISC-V which was more similar to my interests. So I had withdrawn from the Confidential Computing Fellowship. However, I am still unable to apply to the CISC-V mentorship project and its showing 'you can apply to a maximum of 3 projects' although I have already withdrawn from the other one. Kindly let me know what I should be doing.


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