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Google For Education - A Place to start playing with coding, show your skill all over the world to learn and earn many thing.

Welcome to world of Google For Education. At Google For Education, you will learn many things, develop logically thinking skill, programming skill, designing skill by playing with codes and design. Here you take participation in coding, science fair and many other activities and get awards, prize by Google Inc. as well as get job through Code Jam by Google.

Here's are some programmes by Google for Students as well as Educators:


  1. Made With Code - Coding is the new literacy - it carries the potential to create, to innovate, and quite literally change the world. This initiative is designed to inspire millions of girls to experience the power of code.

  2. RISE Award - Google RISE Awards are grants designed to promote and support extracurricular Computer Science education initiatives for K12/pre-university students around the world.

  3. Google Science Fair - The Google Science Fair is a global competition open to 13-18 olds. Students submit a project online for a chance to win amazing prizes.

  4. Computer Science for High School(CS4HS)  - CS4HS is an annual grant program promoting Computer Science education worldwide by connecting educators to the skills and resources they need to teach computer science & computational thinking concepts in fun and relevant way.

  5. Google CS First - Google after school program focused on increasing CS Education capacity of K-12 schools to improve student access and exposure to Computer Science (CS) Education.

  6. Google Code-in(GCI) - A contest introducing pre-university students, ages 13-17, to the many kinds of contributions that make open source software development possible.

  7. Code Jam - Global programming competition in which professional & student programmers solve increasingly complex algorithmic problems during multiple rounds.

  8. Google Summer For Code - A global online program offering post-secondary student developers ages 18+ stipends to write code for various open source software projects.

  9. Computer Science Summer Institute - CSSI is a 3-week summer program for incoming college freshmen (current high school seniors) who are interested in studying computer science.

  10. Doodle For Google - Doodle 4 Google invites students to use their artistic talents to think big and redesign the Google logo for millions to see.

  11. Student Ambassador Program - University students who share our passion for technology help bring awareness about Google products and programs to their campus communities.

  12. Google Online Marketing Challange - GOMC is a global competition for students, which enables them to experience and create online marketing campaigns using Google AdWords and Google+.

  13. Google Student Veteran Summit - The Google Student Veteran Summit includes a professional development curriculum geared towards veterans' transitions into the workplace.

  14. Hash Code - Hash Code is a team-based programming competition organized by Google. You pick your team and programming language, we pick a real-life engineering problem to solve. Are you up for the challenge?

  15. BOLD Impression - An opportunity that provides university students with a rare glimpse into the business side of the technology industry, career opportunities and valuable networks.

  16. Student Scholarship - Google scholarships aim to inspire and help students become future leaders in computing and technology by breaking down the barriers that prevent them from entering these fields.

  17. Google Jobs and Internships for Student - We’re changing the way billions of users access information, conduct business and connect with each other. Join us and do cool things that matter.

  18. Google.org - Google.org invests millions of dollars annually in organizations that make computer science programs more inclusive, such as Girls Who Code, Code2040, and Code.org.

  19. Computational Thinking - Computational thinking (CT) involves a set of problem-solving skills and techniques that software engineers use to write programs that underlie the computer applications you use such as search, email, and maps

  20. Google Policy Fellowship - This program offers students the opportunity to spend the summer working on Internet and technology policy issues at public interest organizations.

  21. Google APAC MBA Summit - Up to 100 MBA students who seeks opportunities in APAC countries will be sent to the summit at Google’s Mountain View office in this September.



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