Diversity & Inclusion and Students

Google has long recognized the importance of investing in education. We aspire to help level the playing field by empowering all students to be active creators of tomorrow’s technology. Through K-12 and University education outreach programs, technical conferences, targeted community initiatives, global talent development programs, and nonprofit organization partnerships, we are working to increase diversity in the technology industry and develop the next generation of technology professionals.

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K-12 (pre-university) education outreach

We are committed to expanding access for students to understand the possibilities of and pathways to careers in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) and Computer Science (CS) globally. We seek to increase participation of diverse students in CS through a wide range of partnerships, support for the LEAD Computer Science Institute, and our Google Roots in Science and Engineering (RISE) Awards.

Programs for university students

Google provides opportunities for underrepresented students at the university level to explore careers at a technology company through programs like Google’s BOLD internship and in computer science through the Computer Science Summer Institute (CSSI) and Engineering Practicum which provide access to technology careers and skills.

Global scholarships and awards

Google has awarded over $12.7 million in scholarships to ~3,000 students around the world. With organizations like the Anita Borg Institute, Student Veterans of America (SVA), Lime Connect, and the United Negro College Fund (UNCF) we support women, veterans, people with disabilities, and minorities around the world in their pursuit of technology education.