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----- Forwarded message from Kat Leung -----

Date: Mon, 13 Feb 2012 08:41:32 -0800
From: Kat Leung
Subject: Please help announce Google's Information Session: Internal
 Technology Residency Program

<snip>

   Subject: Google Information Session: Internal Technology Residency Program
   Hi LUGOD,
   We are pleased to announce Google's full-time Internal Technology
   Residency Program and hope that you will consider applying to join us. UC
   Davis alumnus Mike Yang will be on campus on Wednesday, February 22 to
   talk about the role and his experiences.
   What does it mean to be a resident?
   The Internal Technology Residency Program is designed for recent and
   experienced university graduates. Based in our Corporate Headquarters in
   Mountain View, California, this 24 month program is an immersion into end
   to end IT support at Google. Residents learn what it takes to support and
   scale Google*s internal technology from our infrastructure to the end
   user. Residents will choose from personally tailored learning and
   development tracks, will be an integral part of our front-line support and
   will have the opportunity to work in at least 2 Google offices from our
   more than 60 worldwide.
   Did we catch your attention? Here's how to apply.
   The IT Residency Program is open to all qualified college students and
   recent grads looking to break into the IT industry. While we think you'll
   have a leg up if you've majored in CS/CSE/IT, we're really looking for
   people with a passion for technology and eager to learn.  
   Applicants will need to submit a resume, cover letter, and transcript. The
   program has start dates in June and August, 2012, so you must have
   graduated and be ready to start by this date. The online application can
   be found at http://www.google.com/jobs/students/itrp along with detailed
   information about the 2012 program.



... sadly, I didn't get to this email until over a week later, so the
following has already occured :(  Sorry!  (Newborn here at home!)



   Want to learn more? Come to our Info Session!
   Date: Wednesday, February 22
   Time: 6:30-7:30pm
   Location: Geidt Hall, 1006
   RSVP here: http://goo.gl/bAbtP
   Details: Mike Yang graduated from Davis with a Bachelors in Computer
   Science in 2003. After bouncing between some programming/IT jobs, and
   other part-time work, he joined Google in 2006 and has worked with the
   helpdesk team, executive support and now manages two different IT teams.
   He will provide an overview of the Internal Technology Residency Program
   and answer questions. Food and swag will be provided.
   We hope to see you at our event!
   Cheers,
   Kat and Mike
   Kat Leung | University and Intern
   Programs | leungk@google.com | 650-214-2768
   Connect with me and Google Students on Google+, Blog, Twitter and YouTube!

----- End forwarded message -----

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