Google's annual Hash Codecoding competition is coming up with an Online Qualification Round on Thursday, February 20.
Hash Code is a great opportunity for you to flex your coding skills, learn more about software engineering at Google, and have some fun. In the past, contestants have tackled challenges focused on YouTube, self-driving cars, Loon, and more (more info here).
Top teams from the Online Qualification Round will be invited to attend the World Finals at Google's European headquarters in Dublin, Ireland in April.
Make sure to register for Hash Code by February 17 at g.co/hashcode.
It's also not too late to host ahub, or Hash Code meetup, at your university so that you and your classmates can come together to compete in the Online Qualification Round. More than 600 universities, offices, and developer clubs around the world will be hosting hubs this year—join them by clickinghere.
Upcoming Google Students YouTube Live
[New Role] Privacy Engineering @ Google
Tuesday, February 18 @ 4:00PM PT / 6:00PM CT / 7:00PM ET
Still looking for a full-time job in 2020? Have a passion for privacy and user choice? Have a good understanding of security infrastructure, design analysis, and research experience? This session is for you. Join us as we talk about our new Privacy Engineer role at Google. We’ll be taking your questions live.
Black @ Google Tech Panel
Wednesday, February 19 @ 4:00PM PT / 6:00PM CT / 7:00PM ET
Join us for a virtual panel with Black Googlers in tech. Our panelists will give you an in-depth look at their experiences as professionals inside and outside of Google to better understand how various leaders have navigated their careers. We will also be taking your live questions.
Click here to RSVP for February events
Women @ Google Tech Panel
Tuesday, March 3 @ 3:00PM PT / 5:00PM CT / 6:00PM ET
Please join us for a virtual panel with women in tech. Our panelists will discuss their pathway to Google, advice they have for college students, overcoming imposter syndrome, and much more. We’ll also be taking your questions live.
Building your Brand & Preparing for Conferences
Tuesday, March 17 @ 4:00PM PT / 6:00PM CT / 7:00PM ET
If you’re interested in taking your personal brand to the next level, this is the session for you. Tune in to learn some tips and tricks about how to enhance your resume, digital presence and more. We’ll also have some “conference hacks” that will help you make the most of your time at conferences—if you’re attending the NSBE National Convention in March you’ll definitely want to tune in.
Recruiter Spotlight: What Google Recruiters Look For
Tuesday, March 31 @ 4:00PM PT / 6:00PM CT / 7:00PM ET
Wondering how to build a strong online presence that will help you stand out? Interested in learning what recruiters are looking for on a technical resume? Join us for a conversation with Google recruiters as they discuss what they’re looking for when reviewing candidates and how to avoid some common mistakes.
Click here to RSVP for March events
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Code Jam to I/O for Women 2020
Do you want to win a ticket to Google I/O? Do you like solving fun, challenging problems? Then try your hand at Code Jam to I/O for Women, our coding competition bringing women from around the globe together in a single online round on Saturday, February 15 starting at 15:00 UTC.
Work your way through intriguing algorithmic challenges, such as constructing an artificial language or helping a sleepwalking sheep get back home. The top 150 participants will receive a ticket to Google I/O and a reimbursement to offset travel expenses. Email email@example.com. Learn more and register today at g.co/codejamio. We hope you’ll join us!
Here’s how to participate
Register before the competition begins atg.co/codejamio.
Add the roundto your calendar.
Prepare by reviewing our comprehensiveFAQand practice past problems on ourarchive page.
Compete in the 2.5-hour round on Saturday, February 15 at 15:00 UTC.
Scholarships and Conferences
Hispanic Student Leadership Summit
On Friday, April 17 and Saturday, April 18, Google will gather 50 engineering and computer science students from across the U.S. and Puerto Rico for the fourth annual Hispanic Student Leadership Summit (HSLS), in partnership with the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities. Google’s HSLS was created to bring Latinx student leaders together to share innovative and creative best practices with one another, and to connect and network students with Latinx leadership at Google. Student leaders from all North American universities are encouraged to apply.
Applications are open now through March 1. Visit this application link to apply.
Celebrating Black History Month at Google
Click the video below to see Google’s new commercial honoring Black History Month