Interested in Google Internship opportunities?
A wide array of new internship opportunities are now live on Google.com/students. As we accept all of our applications on a rolling basis here at Google, I highly recommend applying to these roles ASAP if you're interested!
We recommend browsing the Google Students Careers page for opportunities of interest, and turning on job alerts for your search so you receive an email each time an opportunity that falls within your search becomes available!
We look forward to receiving your application!
Building for everyone
October is National Disability Employment Awareness month and we invite you to check out our Careers OnAir event with Laura Allen to learn about Accessibility at Google. Googlers with disabilities are making critical contributions across the company. We care deeply about making Google a place where everyone can learn, grow, and have an impact. For more, please visit g.co/pwd for career resources and spotlights featuring individual Googlers, the Disability Alliance, and Google’s work in accessibility.
We also continue to honor Hispanic Heritage Month in October. You can learn more about influential Latinx leaders by watching the behind the scenes making of the Google Doodle, honoring Felicitas Mendez or learn about Google’s Latinx Leadership by checking out the previously aired Careers OnAir Latinx Leadership panel.
Careers OnAir Virtual Events
We invite you to join us for a virtual event series. Each month we'll host a variety of workshops and discussions with Googlers to provide professional and technical skill building resources, as well as an inside look at Google's culture. Head to careersonair.withgoogle.com to register and add our upcoming sessions (highlighted and linked below). Googlers will also be answering questions live via chat for most of our sessions.
Earlier this year we sat down with Laura Allen, Senior Program Manager for Accessibility across Chrome & Chrome OS at Google. Join us to learn more about Laura’s path to Google, Chrome & Chrome OS Accessibility and Teach Access, as well as some guidance on how to make products more accessible to all.
What's holding you back from pursuing your dream job? From launching that big idea? From asking that bold question? It may be Imposter Syndrome. Join us for a conversation with Googlers as they discuss what it is, the impact it can have, and tools to address it.
Tuesday, October 20 @ 4:00PM PT / 6:00PM CT / 7:00PM ET
Why does "clean code" matter? Join us for this informative session with Google engineers to gain a better understanding of what clean code looks like at Google as well as methods for implementing these best practices throughout your internship and beyond.
Monday, November 2 @ 11:00 AM PT / 1:00PM CT / 2:00PM ET
We're excited to launch our first ever virtual series for the US veteran community. This series is open to any active duty US service member or veteran, regardless of education level, date of separation, or years of experience in any industry. We'll offer several panels that will be available on demand starting Nov 2nd, followed by a live Q&A on Nov 10th. Any and all members of the veteran community are welcome to tune in!
Missed an event? No problem, check out the videos available now!
Generation Google Scholarship: Application Opens Oct 14!
At Google, we believe information should be universally accessible. Our education and scholarship programs aim to support students in computing, gaming, and closely related fields by breaking down the barriers that prevent them from entering these fields.
Generation Google Scholarship is open to current high school seniors, undergraduate, and graduate students who will be studying at an accredited university in the United States or Canada for the 2021-2022 academic year. If selected, scholarship recipients will each receive a $10,000 USD scholarship for US institutions or a $5,000 CAD scholarship for Canadian institutions.
We’re also excited to announce an additional scholarship, Google Generation Scholarship: for women in gaming, to support students pursuing gaming degrees and/or computer science degrees for the advancement of gender equality in gaming. The program is open to students who meet all the minimum qualifications and we strongly encourage people who identify as part of historically underrepresented groups, including Black/African American, Hispanic/Latinx, American Indian, or Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander, to apply.
Starting October 14, 2020, students can apply here. Application Deadline: December 4, 2020.
To learn more about other scholarship opportunities, please visit g.co/scholarships.
Google’s Digital Garage: Online courses
Discover a range of free learning content designed to help your business or in your career. You can learn by selecting individual modules, or dive right in and take an entire course from beginning to end.
For more courses, check out the full garage here.
Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month
On the first day of Hispanic Heritage Month 2020 in the U.S. Google’s Doodle celebrated Puerto Rican civil rights pioneer and business owner Felicitas Mendez. Alongside her husband Gonzalo, Felicitas helped to spearhead and win the monumental lawsuit Mendez v. Westminster, which in 1946 resulted in the first US federal court ruling against public school segregation—almost a decade before Brown v. Board of Education. Learn more by watching the video Behind the Doodle: Celebrating Felicitas Mendez.
Developer Student Clubs
University students around the world who are part of Developer Student Club communities took part in the 2020 Solution Challenge by building projects to solve local problems using Google technologies. Projects ranged from technology that helps examine COVID-19 data, to a platform for helping people achieve health goals. To learn more about the winning teams, check out this blog post, or tune in to the YouTube video showcasing the top 10 winners and their solutions!
Participate in the upcoming round, Round G on October 18 (add the round to your calendar)!
Kick Start is one of our global online coding competitions, offering programmers of all levels the opportunity to hone their skills through a series of exciting algorithmic and mathematical problems designed by Google engineers. Whether you‘re interested in learning more about coding competitions, growing your coding abilities, prepping for an interview, or simply having fun, Kick Start offers something for everyone.
Each round starts fresh, so you can participate in any and all upcoming rounds. Learn more about #KickStart and register today at g.co/kickstart.
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