Google's UK Top Black Talent 2017

 

 

 

 

Date Thursday 16 November 2017
Application Deadline

Wednesday 25th October 2017

Selection results Early November 2017
Location

Google London office

apply here https://goo.gl/7gDy6i

 

Google’s University Programs team, in partnership with the Black Googler Network, are excited to announce that applications for our Top Black Talent program are now open.

Join us in the Google London office on 16 November 2017 where we’ll discuss how we’re cultivating black leaders at Google and beyond. We’ll also talk about our efforts to transform the tech industry and discuss some of the challenges our users and communities are facing.

The following day you’ll also have the opportunity to participate in recruiting presentations and workshops to learn more about opportunities at Google.

If you’d like to apply, please fill in this form by October 25th. Unfortunately spaces are limited, we’ll let you know by early November if you’ve successfully secured a spot. Please note, you’ll be reimbursed for any travel and accommodation costs incurred as part of the program.

 

 

 

This event is now closed for applications.

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