Google is coming to campus!  Our mission is to organize the world’s information and make it universally accessible and useful.  It’s an enormous goal to accomplish and we need great people like you to help us achieve it!

Interested?  If so, we'd love to see you at the following events and answer your questions about our work and how to apply for full-time and internship positions with Google:

Tech Talk
When: Monday, January 14th, 7pm-8:30pm
Where: South Campus Hall, Festival Room

Come hear a round of lightning talks from a diverse group of 5 engineers. We’ll have an engineer working on Google Chrome; a product manager working on Bufferbox, a recently acquired startup in the Waterloo area; a site reliability engineer working on AdX, Google’s ad exchange platform; a software engineer in test on ads; and engineer working to change the world of telecommunications on Google Fiber.

Googler Office Hours
When: Tuesday, January 1th, 11:00am-1:30pm
Where: TC 1112  

Didn’t have time to stay after the information session to ask questions? Come bye TC 1112 to speak with Google engineer and a member of our campus recruiting team to discuss roles at Google and the application process in more depth.

RSVP:  Please fill out this RSVP form if you plan to attend. RSVPing helps us plan for things like ordering food, and it reduces sign-in congestion at the event, but everyone is welcome to attend. Either way we hope to see you on campus!

Applications:  Full-time and Summer co-op applications will be posted on JobMine.  To apply, please submit your application by January 22nd on both JobMine and  Resume and Unofficial Transcripts a are required.  

Interviews:  Google will be on campus interviewing for full-time and summer co-op positions on Monday, January 28th and Tuesday, January 29th.  To be considered for these interviews, please ensure you apply by Tuesday January 22nd, 2013.  

Stay in Touch:  To learn more about Google, visit You can check out our student YouTube channel, see details about full-time and internship opportunities, and read about our hiring process.

We hope you'll stay in touch with us by checking out the Google Students blog, following us on Twitter (@googlestudents), and checking out the student YouTube channel. Please also feel free to add me on Google+!

Meggie Smith | Google University Programs, NYC | | 212-565-2865
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