Google FUSE 2011
By Melinda Rose
Announcing Google FUSE 2011 - a program just for 1st year CS students!
Greetings from Google! We are excited to announce the launch of Google FUSE 2011! Google 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.
Up to 50 aspiring computer scientists will be invited to our New York office for an all-expenses paid retreat that will run the week of July 18-22. The retreat will include networking and learning opportunities.
To learn more about the program and apply, please visit www.google.com/jobs/fuse. The deadline to apply is April 10th, 2011. Please note that this opportunity is for current Freshmen who will be full-time second year students in the 2011-2012 academic year.
To form a network among the top young students from underrepresented backgrounds in CS that will allow them to learn about research, academic, and industry opportunities in the years to come.
To make connections between students and Googlers that will allow students to discover career paths, create meaningful academic experiences, and take advantage of the college years in CS.
To give students an insight in to the diverse careers a CS can provide and show how rewarding, challenging, and fun they can be.
Get a sneak peak into what computer scientists do at Google AND learn some cool Google technology.
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