Deadline: November 12, 2017 23:59 (GMT-0800)
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Eligibility: Students currently enrolled in a 4-year BA/BS program, in any major, at a university in the United States with an expected graduation date between December 2018 and June 2019.
Location: Ann Arbor, The United States
Google Summer Internships 2018
The Building Opportunities for Leadership and Development (BOLD) Internship Program is a paid summer internship for rising undergraduate seniors that are interested in working in technology and full-time opportunities at Google.
Google has designed its program to expose historically underrepresented students in this field to career opportunities in the industry. Students from all schools, and students who identify with a group that is historically underrepresented in the technology industry, including but not limited to Black, Hispanic, Native American, students with disabilities, and veterans, are encouraged to apply.
Outside of your work, you will engage in high-impact developmental programming while building meaningful relationships with other interns and Googlers through a variety of summer activities. This includes 1:1 mentorship, an exclusive speaker series with company leadership, custom learning and development programming, and opportunities to create community.
Building Opportunities for Leadership and Development
BOLD interns are placed in teams across the business according to their background and interests. Here are just a few teams that interns have joined in the past:
Sales, Services & Support: Turn product innovations into vital client solutions. The backbone of Google’s success, the account managers, consultants, admins, and analysts in these roles are all dedicated to top-notch client service.
Whether negotiating with Fortune 500 companies, solving technical challenges for small businesses, or surfacing product ads in just the right place, we develop new business opportunities while increasing the use of product offerings.
Marketing & Communications: A creative group ranging from event planners and designers to statisticians and analysts, our Marketing and Communications teams live and breathe the motto “users first.”
Some of the interns ensure that Google’s voice is as clean and simple as our iconic homepage. Others pitch journalists, develop brand materials, tell compelling stories, and tackle complex business issues. Together, you’ll define how people interact with technology and shape the perception of Google around the globe.
People Operations: Keep Google going and growing. Google People Operations team (known elsewhere as HR) and administrative staff are the curious and creative colleagues that anchor us to our foundations and help us shoot for the moon.
The POps team lives by the mantra “find them, grow them, keep them,” and is dedicated to staffing, development, and a distinct and inclusive culture. Not just coworkers, we’re proud Google colleagues who help our company thrive.
Google Technical Services: Google Technical Services is a global support and operations team, with a mission to delight the customers with care so good, it’s got to be Google. This team is the face of Google to most of our customers, and we want their Google support experience to set new standards, just like Google’s products do.
The team cares for customers by solving problems and scaling solutions, incubating new Google products, and sharing user feedback with internal teams to influence product development. They support a wide variety of products, from Ads to Project Fi and just about everything in between, and our customers include advertisers, consumers, partners, publishers, retailers, and our own Sales Googlers.
Google interns are given a lot of responsibility and the opportunity to provide a meaningful contribution to their teams. Specific responsibilities are assigned to interns at the start of the program.
- Be currently enrolled in a 4-year BA/BS program, in any major, at a university in the United States with an expected graduation date between December 2018 and June 2019.
- Be able to complete an 11-week program beginning in May or June 2018.
- Have authorization to work in the United States.
- Analytical skills and an interest in taking on business problems.
Interpersonal and organizational skills, with the ability to navigate an ambiguous environment.
- Interest in the technology industry and Google’s business.