At Google, we are committed to helping the innovators of the future make the most of their gifts. As part of this commitment to build and retain a strong and diverse talent pool in computer science, we’ve created the Google FUSE program. This summer, FUSE will provide an opportunity for successful and invested freshmen computer science students who are historically underrepresented in the field to connect with one another and with Google. We’ll be bringing rising college sophomores from across the US and Canada to our New York office for networking, learning, and fun.
Up to 50 aspiring computer scientists will be invited to an all-expenses paid retreat that will run for one week from July 18th-22nd in New York, NY.
The Google FUSE program aims to:
The program is open to all qualified college students, and is committed to addressing diversity in our company and in the technology industry. Students who are a member of a group that is historically under-represented in the technology industry are encouraged to apply, including female, Native American, African American and Hispanic students as well as students with disabilities.
Google engineers and University Programs team members will select up to 50 students based on each student's:
Thank you for your interest in FUSE! Our application for FUSE 2011 is now closed.
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