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GOOGLE BOLD INTERNSHIP 2019 

Without much waste of words and time Google bold internship will undoubtedly bring out the best in the interns.

The aim of this internship program is to expose graduates who are majors in technology related fields how to be relevant exceptionally in those fields of study.

This opportunity is not limited to gaining experience and connection. Also it offers you the opportunity to be retained permanently after your internship program.

Want to gain some experience and be mentored by someone in your field?

Then this opportunity is for you. Because you would be exposed to not just the work experience, you would be mentored by professionals who are already lions in that field. And this would undoubtedly help you hone your  professional skills and offers you an experiential knowledge of the field you’ve majored in.

BOLD interns are placed on teams across Sales, Marketing, gTech, and People Operations (Google’s Human Resources).

Their work is core to Google and varies in scope and in length – ranging from the day-to-day work of a full-time Googler to a single long-term project lasting the duration of the internship.

The importance of the google bold internship program cannot be overemphasized. This is where the next generation gurus are

built; with sophisticated minds and extreme dispositions of excellence.

BOLD interns also participate in targeted training and experiences and have the opportunity to take advantage of the learning and development programs and support systems that Google offers.

This includes 1:1 mentorship, an exclusive speaker series with company leadership, custom learning and development sessions, and opportunities to create community.

Google have designed this 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.

Eligible Fields.

Bold Interns  are placed across the technology and marketing units,  And their some courses that are relevant to these unites.  And a graduate from any under listed courses or related courses is eligible to apply for the Google in bold internship program.

  • Project Management
  • Business Administration
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Finance
  • Marketing
  • Management, Organisation & Leadership
  • Accounting
  • Public Administration
  • Human Resource Management
  • Supply Chain Management & Logistics
  • Agribusiness
  • Auditing
  • Business Intelligence & Analytics
  • Commerce
  • Corporate Communication
  • Corporate Social Responsibility
  • Executive MBA
  • Forensic Accounting
  • Innovation Management
  • International Business
  • Retail Management
  • Risk Management
  • Strategic Management
  • Taxation
  • Technology
  • Management
  • Transport Management
  • Aeronautical Engineering Degrees
  • Architecture Degrees
  • Chemical Engineering Degrees
  • Civil Engineering Degrees
  • Computer Science Degrees
  • Electrical Engineering Degrees
  • Mechanical Engineering Degrees
  • Biomedical Engineering Degrees
  • Environmental Engineering Degrees

 

Host Nationality:

Google is an American multinational technology company that specializes in Internet-related services and products, which include online advertising technologies , search engine , cloud computing , software, and hardware.

Google was founded in 1998 by Larry Page and Sergey Brin while they were Ph.D. students at Stanford University in California.

Google is obviously a United States of American company and has many routes of giving back to them society, which includes scholarship provision and the internship programs they offered to graduates.

This has been a way they’ve used for some years to employ promising graduates,  who showed classes of excellence during their internship program.

Host Nationality.  United States of America.

Eligible Nationality:

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.

This opportunity is available for citizens of the united states America, but strictly for under represented races.

People with cultural ties to Latin America.

Spain or to Spanish-speaking countries, especially those of Central and South America.

Anything country from  the continent of Africa.

Native Americans, also known as American Indians, Indigenous Americans and other terms, are the indigenous peoples of the

United States, except Hawaii.

Or people with disabilities.

Internship Worth.

The Google Bold Internship program is extremely lucrative and beneficial to any selected student.

Apart from the incentives one would be receiving in the process of this internship program, he or she would have the opportunity to be mentored by professionals and as such stands the chance of being offered a permanent role at Google.

The relationship and contacts the participants would gain in the process of this program is also a plus.

Selected students will receive all-expenses-paid travel to one of Google’s headquarters for up to one week in August. The

BOLD Immersion program provides:

  • A rare glimpse into the business side of the technology industry
  • A chance to grow your peer network.
  • Exposure and insight into Google’s internship program and non-technical career opportunities.

Requirements:

  • An underrepresented group.
  • A major in the management, or tech related fields.
  • Less than 40yrs of age
  • 18 years and above.

 How to Apply

Check out the job description below and complete Part 1 of the internship application. Please note that the application is

open September 17th through November 12th 2018.

WHAT IS THE SCOPE OF THE PROGRAM?

BOLD interns are placed on teams across Sales, Marketing, gTech, and People Operations (Google’s Human Resources). Their work is core to Google and varies in scope and in length – ranging from the day-to-day work of a full-time Googler to a single long-term project lasting the duration of the internship.

WHAT KINDS OF TRAINING OPPORTUNITIES ARE AVAILABLE WITHIN THE PROGRAM?

Outside of core project work, BOLD interns have the opportunity to take advantage of the learning and development programs Google offers. We encourage interns to invest in themselves and grow their personal and professional skills.

WHAT HAPPENS AT THE END OF THE PROGRAM?

Our ultimate goal is to bring great talent to Google. All BOLD interns will have the opportunity to be considered for a full-time role at Google.

Apply here:

https://careers.google.com/jobs/results/?category=ADMINISTRATIVE&category=BUSINESS_STRATEGY&category=FINANCE&category=GOOGLEORG&category=LEGAL&category=MARKETING&category=PARTNERSHIPS&category=PEOPLEOPS&category=PRODUCT_SUPPORT&category=PROGRAM_MANAGEMENT&category=REAL_ESTATE&category=SALES&category=SALES_OPERATIONS&company=Google&company=YouTube&employment_type=INTERN&jlo=en_US

 

IMPORTANT DATES TO MARK ON YOUR CALENDAR:

Applications: September 17, 2018 – November 12, 2018 (11:59pm PST).Interviews: October 2018 – April 2019, on a rolling basis.Internship: 11 weeks starting in late-May/June.

An interview with Kourtney Smith a Bold Intern..

WHAT INSPIRED YOU TO PURSUE AN INTERNSHIP IN TECH?

I attended The Opening Act HBCU Conference hosted by Spotify my sophomore year of college. During one of the sessions, the speaker explained how the tech industry is between 7-10% diverse.

Immediately, I was confused and had many questions surrounding that percentage. North Carolina A&T State University is the number one producer of Black engineers out of all of the colleges in the United States.

Many of my friends are engineering students. I felt as if more underrepresented students should be in the tech industry. After the conference, I did immense research on the industry. I love how innovative, creative, and thought-provoking it is.

WHAT ARE YOU STUDYING, AND HOW ARE YOU APPLYING IT AT GOOGLE?

I am studying Journalism and Mass Communications with a concentration in Public Relations. My projects for the summer are heavily involved data analytics.

To understand the data that I am using for my projects, I am creating narratives to explain the data. Also, I have taken on leadership opportunities that tie to my major.

I have moderated a Leadership Speaker Series with Google’s VP of Employee Engagement, Danielle Brown, hosted a lunch and learn for HBCU students that are in the BOLD internship program, and I hosted a session on Product Inclusion with my manager, Annie Jean-Baptiste, at this year’s BOLD Immersion Program.

In addition, I presented at an all-company town hall at the Googleplex! All of these speaking engagements are allowing me to showcase my communication and interpersonal skills that have been taught to me in my major classes.

HOW HAS YOUR BOLD INTERNSHIP SURPRISED YOU?

My BOLD internship has surprised me in various ways. I believe the most surprising part of my internship is how supportive my team and other Googlers are. My team really includes me in initiatives, meetings, and other important conversations.

I don’t feel like “the intern.” My opinions and input are valued and solicited. Other Googlers outside of my team are willing to have coffee chats to talk about their roles and experiences at Google. Most important, my projects have tested my own abilities.

Prior to my internship, I had a lot of self-doubt regarding my data-analysis skills. Both of my projects are data-analytics focused which challenges me to build those skills and seek knowledge in order to be successful.

WHAT ADVICE WOULD YOU GIVE OTHER STUDENTS WHEN LOOKING FOR AN INTERNSHIP IN TECH?

I would suggest that you do extensive research on the industry. Tech is always evolving, so it is important to be in the know about major trends and news in the industry. I subscribe to different tech blog websites that keep me updated on the latest in the industry.

Prior to getting the internship, I also subscribed to Google Alerts for specific companies that were sent to my email inbox weekly.

It is also important to research specific teams and positions in tech. In tech companies there are so many organizations, teams, and roles, so having an understanding of what type of role that you would be interested in is extremely important in seeking an internship in tech.

WHAT ADVICE WOULD YOU GIVE STUDENTS WHO ASPIRE TO PURSUE A BOLD INTERNSHIP AT GOOGLE?

One of the most important things you can do if you aspire to pursue a BOLD internship at Google is to do extensive research on the company. Google is a huge company, and it is more than what you see when you log on to www.google.com. Google is a multifaceted company with thousands of teams and roles.

Having a general understanding of the type of role and the team that you would want to work for will be helpful in the application process. Be sure that your resume is up-to-date with your latest experiences and leadership roles with impactful descriptions.

Lastly, connect with past Google BOLD interns on LinkedIn and ask to converse with them via phone to get their insight about the program. It helps a lot to understand the program coming from someone that participated in it.

WHAT’S THE ONE PIECE OF ADVICE YOU WILL BRING BACK TO CAMPUS AND YOUR LIFE AS A STUDENT?

This internship has taught me that it is okay to not know everything and it’s okay to be imperfect. Coming into this role, I knew nothing about the inner workings of product inclusion. I had to learn that it was okay for me not to know anything.

That’s the point of an internship, but the key is to not stay complacent in the whole “I’m an intern and I don’t have to know everything” mindset. I began to ask questions, shadow meetings, and do my own research on the work that my team does.

Also, I’m a perfectionist, which isn’t the best characteristic to have. This internship teaches me daily that it’s impossible to be perfect. There are always opportunities for improvement and learning to complete an assignment better. It is okay to not have it right all the time.

WHERE DO YOU SEE YOURSELF IN 10 YEARS?

In 10 years, I will be 31 years old. I hope to be married and beginning to have children. By that time, I hope to have obtained a Masters in Business Administration as well. I plan to be working on a diversity and inclusion team for a technology company and have advanced into a manager role or higher.

I also aspire to have my own professional development organization catered to HBCU students. I believe one of my purposes in life is to connect great people to great opportunities.

I want to ensure HBCU students are equipped with the skills, professionalism, and business etiquette to obtain positions with top level companies, especially those in the tech industry. Overall, I hope to fulfill my passions and purpose while making an impact.

 

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