We’d love to invite you to the Google Students Virtual Series, specially curated for tech students in EMEA (Europe, the Middle East & Africa). Full details of the five-part series are below. Get ready to learn about the products we’re developing at Google, student opportunities, how to submit a great application and much more.
Please sign up here to take part, including a CV if you’d like to be included in our Google swag prize draw… we hope you’re as excited as we are!
Google Students Virtual Series: Build for everyone
Welcome event – Build for everyone: lightning tech talks
29 September 2020, 6pm CET / GMT+2
Tune in to hear from Google engineers who have solved challenging problems around making products inclusive for everyone. We’ll also give you a sneak peak at what’s to come and highlight our internship opportunities for tech students.
Building your technical career & CV workshop
7 October 2020, 6pm CET / GMT+2
Google engineers talk about their paths to Google, different technical careers, and their top tips for making the most of your time at university. We’ll also be running an in-depth CV workshop to help you showcase your skills to recruiters.
Tech talk – “Autopilot” by Google Cloud
15 October 2020, 6pm CET / GMT+2
Based on a research paper ("Autopilot: workload autoscaling at Google") between Google Warsaw and the Institute of Informatics at University of Warsaw, a Google engineer will take you on a journey towards clairvoyant resource management using Machine Learning in Google’s internal cloud.
Technical interview workshop & demo
21 October 2020, 6pm CET / GMT+2
You’ve landed a technical interview – what now? Two experienced interviewers will take you through their top tips and common pitfalls, before demoing a real Google interview question. Watch and ask questions, or even code along!
Women in tech panel
5 November 2020, 12pm CET / GMT+2
Your chance to ask a panel of Google engineers anything you like, as they discuss navigating a career in tech, life at Google, challenges & successes, and some of the cool things they’ve had the chance to work on.
If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We hope to see you there!
Google University Programs team