TLDR; Wikimedia will soon be applying as a mentoring organization to Google Summer of Code 2022 <https://summerofcode.withgoogle.com>  and Outreachy Round 24 <https://www.outreachy.org/> . We are currently working on a list of interesting project ideas to include in the application. If you have some ideas for coding or non-coding (design, documentation, translation, outreach, research) projects, share them here: <https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/T299453> .
As a mentor, you will engage potential candidates in the application period for both programs between March and April. You will help candidates make small contributions to your project and answer any project-related queries during this time. You will work more closely with the accepted candidates during the coding period between May and August.GSoC has exciting changes this year, including:
New changes are coming to GSoC
* Eligibility criteria redefined–the program is now open to all open-source newcomers 18 years and older. It will no longer be solely focused on university students or recent graduates.
* Multiple sizes of projects supported–ranging from ~175 to ~350 hr long.
* Increased flexibility in project timing–project deadline can be extended to up to 22 weeks.Tips for proposing projects* Follow this task description template when you propose a project in Phabricator: <https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/tag/outreach-programs-projects> . Add #Google- Summer-of-Code (2022) or #Outreachy (Round 24) tag.
* Project should require an experienced developer ~15 days and a newcomer ~3 months to complete.
* Each project should have at least two mentors, and one of them should hold a technical background.
* Ideally, the project has no tight deadlines, a moderate learning curve, and fewer dependencies on Wikimedia's core infrastructure. Projects addressing the needs of a language community are most welcome!
* If you don't have an idea in mind and would like to pick one from an existing list, check out these projects: <https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/tag/outreach-programs-projects/> 
* To learn more about the roles and responsibilities of mentors, visit our resources on MediaWiki.org: <https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Outreachy/Mentors> , <https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Google_Summer_of_Code/Mentors> .