Google Student Veterans Summit-You’ll Want to Check This Out


Below is straight from Google’s website…..looks like an awesome opportunity


Google Student Veterans Summit

At Google, our goal is to create a diverse workplace that represents our users. We work in teams to do cool things that matter and know you do too. As a member of the Veteran community, you have demonstrated a commitment to the core values of impact and collaboration. We want to celebrate this commitment by giving you an opportunity to refine, build, and practice these skills at Google.

Up to 30 participants will be selected to attend an all-expense-paid summit at Google’s Mountain View office from July 15 – July 16. The Google Student Veterans Summit will include a professional development curriculum geared towards your transition into the workplace. Through networking opportunities with Google’s Veteran community and exposure to the business side of a technology company, you will gain access to Google’s culture of impact and collaboration.

Selection Process

To apply, students must:

  • Be a freshman, sophomore, or junior standing in a 4-year BA/BS program, in any major, at a university in the United States OR matriculate into a United States MBA Program in the Fall of 2013.
  • Be able to provide proof of work authorization extending beyond 12 months in the United States.
  • Must have served in one of the following United States Military Services: Air Force, Army, Coast Guard, Marine Corps, or Navy.
  • Demonstrate academic excellence in a business-related discipline and interest in technology.


The 2013 Student Veterans Summit application is now live! You can apply through our Programs & Scholarships site. Please be prepared to submit a basic application, your resume, and two short essays.

The deadline to submit the application is 11:59PM PST April 26, 2013. All decisions will be communicated to applicants in June 2013.

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