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Google@Waterloo - Weds 1/15 & Thurs 1/16

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!

Tech Googler Career Panel
When: Thurs Jan 16, 7:30pm-9pm
Where: South Campus Hall, Festival Room
What: Come join uWaterloo alumni and former interns at Google as they discuss their path to Google, technical projects, and life as an engineer at Google. This session will be open for questions, so come prepared and ask what you've always wanted to know about working at Google. As always pizza and swag will be provided!
RSVP: Please RSVP for the panel on this RSVP form.
We’ll have plenty of pizza, caffeine, and some *awesome* raffle prizes, so please don’t miss this event!

PhD Lunchtime Talk
When: Weds Jan 15, 11:30am-12:30pm
Where: DC 1301
What: Pursuing your PhD at Waterloo? Interested in learning about opportunities to intern or work full-time at Google? Come hear from two uWaterloo alumni working in the Kitchener office about their transition from Academia to Industry, their current projects, and life at Google! Sandwiches and brownies from Café 22 provided.
RSVP: If you’d like to attend, please RSVP here!

Rock the Technical Interview WorkshopWhen: Weds Jan 15, 5pm-6:30pm
Where:
TC2218
What:
Come and be coached through the technical interview process by two senior engineers and uWaterloo alums! Please RSVP here!

We are hiring!
JobMine opens: Jan 18
JobMine closes: Jan 21 at 11:59pm
Google interviews: Jan 27 and Jan 28 for co-op interviews, Jan 29 for new grad interviews

*If you would like to be considered for on campus interviews you MUST apply by Jan 21 through JobMine AND
google.com/jobs/students.
We look forward to seeing you at our events and hopefully receiving your application. If you have any questions, please let me know!

Best,
Meggie


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Meggie Smith | Google University Programs, NYC | meggie@google.com | 212-565-2865

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