Google will be on campus on Thursday and Friday, October 29 and 30 to talk with students about opportunities for full-time positions and internships. See their message below.
Hello UMBC 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!
We invite you to come learn about Google and meet some of our Googlers at this exciting event!
Who: All Computer Science and Engineering students, but anyone with an interest in software development is welcome!
What: Culture at Google and Laying the Groundwork for a Successful Tech Career
Date: Thursday, October 29th
Time: 4:00pm – 8:00pm
Location: PAHB 132
What: Culture at Google and Preparing for Technical Interviews
Date: Friday, October 30th
Time: 12:00pm – 3:00pm
Location: PAHB 132
RSVP here. Have any questions? Check out our FAQs below.
Jonathan Bronson (Google Employee)
Loryn Chen (Google Student Ambassador for UMBC)
“Okay, Google, I’m ready to apply.”
What roles are you hiring for?
Most of our available opportunities for technical students are within our software engineering teams. Check out the roles below for more details. For all other opportunities, visit http://google.com/careers/students.
- Software Engineer
- Software Engineer, Tools and Infrastructure
- Engineering Resident
- Software Engineering Internship (BA/BS)
- Software Engineering Internship (MS/PhD)
- Information Technology Residency Program
Can I apply for multiple positions?
Yes, you can apply for as many roles and locations as you’d like. We’ll review your resume and transcript to determine the best match.
When are the application deadlines?
Apply now! We encourage you to apply sooner rather than later, since most of our full time roles and internships accept applications on a rolling basis. If there is a deadline for a specific position, it will say so on the job posting.
What do I need to submit when I apply?
Please upload your resume and a copy of your transcript (unofficial is fine).
So I really don’t need a cover letter?
Correct! Have your resume tell your story!
I applied previously and wasn’t selected. May I reapply?
Yes, but we generally recommend that you’ve gained at least six months of additional technical experience and knowledge before reapplying.
Are international students eligible to apply for internships or full-time roles?
Yes, international students can apply for internships and full-time roles.
I’m planning to graduate this academic year, can I apply for an internship?
Unfortunately you aren’t able to do an internship after you graduate, so you’ll need to apply for a full-time role. If you’re graduating, but plan to pursue a graduate degree, then you can apply for an internship.
I want to intern on Android/Maps/[insert Google product here]. How do I apply for those teams?
You’ll first need to pass two technical phone interviews then a recruiter will work with you to determine a project match for the summer. You’ll have the chance to express interest in certain teams, tell us more about your background/skills, etc. once you’ve completed the technical interviews.
I applied online but haven’t heard back from anyone. Help?!
First, make sure you received the confirmation email that we received your application. Second, reply to us at so we can check the status of your application.