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Hello uWaterloo students!

Google's mission is to organize the world's information and make it universally accessible and useful. It's an enormous goal to accomplish and we need great people to help us achieve it.

Come learn about Google and meet our Googlers at these exciting events!

Google Tech Lightning Talks
When: Fri Sept 20 from 11:30am-1pm
Where: TC 2218
What: uWaterloo Lightning Tech Talks: Come hear from three uWaterloo alumni at Google on the exciting technology and massive data scale they work with everyday. Our speakers will discuss Android development, cutting edge ad format development, and the Associate product manager role.
RSVP: Please sign up for the tech talk on this RSVP form.
We’ll have plenty of pizza, caffeine, and some *awesome* raffle prizes, so please don’t miss this event!

Ship Wars - limited spaces available
When: Thurs Sept 19 from 6pm-9:00pm
Where: Google Waterloo, 151 Charles Street W, Waterloo, Ontario N2G 1H6
What:  Feel the power as you program your own spaceship. Experience the thrill of maneuvering your craft in a virtual universe. Undergo challenges as you battle head-to-head with other participants. An intergalactic battle will ensue! Join us at Google Waterloo for this popular, invite-only uWaterloo student coding competition.

Please note: space is *extremely* limited and we expect this event to quickly fill up, so please  RSVP quickly.  We’ll be shutting down the registration form once capacity is met.

We are hiring!

You can also stay in touch with us by checking out the Google Students blog, following our Google+ Students Page, and viewing the student YouTube channel where you can learn more about the interview process.  


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