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Google's #StudentServe and The Actions Challenge

  • #StudentServe: How we’re celebrating social impact and all the ways students                across the world are giving back in their local communities.
  • The Actions Challenge: Develop an app for the Google Assistant to win a trip                          to I/O 2018 and more than 20 other prizes.
Read on to learn more. Hope to see you at our upcoming YouTube Live event 
Save the Date: June 5) and on social media.

Happy summer,
Caitlin, on behalf of Google's University Programs Team

#StudentServe: How are you giving back this summer?

In June, Googlers will join together to give back in their local communities as part of 

our 10th annual “GoogleServe.” We know many of you will be doing service in your 
communities, too—and we’re excited to celebrate the impact you’re making. Share 
your stories of service in #StudentServe:

  1. Spend time volunteering and take photos (selfies? why not ;))
  2. Share them by tagging @googlestudents
    using #StudentServe
    (don’t forget to include your location and how you gave back)
  3. Join our YouTube Live event on Monday,
    June 5 @ 11:00 - 11:30 a.m. PT
    to learn more about giving at Google and tips for volunteer management and charitable giving from Diane Sollinger, Director of Google Engagement at Google.org
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Remember to join the YouTube Live event on June 5 @ 11:00  a.m. PT, follow 
the hashtag #StudentServe, and stay connected with @googlestudents across 
Instagram, Twitter, YouTube, Facebook, G+ and our Blog. Learn more here.

The challenge is on…

Turn inspiration into action by building apps for the Google Assistant on Google 
Home, select Android devices, and the iPhone. Enter to win more than 20 prizes 
including a trip to Google I/O 2018. Your app must be approved by August 31 to be
 eligible, so start building! Entry info and contest guidelines are at g.co/actionschallenge.

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