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Google BOLD Immersion Programme

13/07/2011

What is the BOLD Immersion Programme?

Immerse yourself in a culture where great minds, cutting-edge technology, and smart business intersect to make a difference, each and every day.

As part of Google’s commitment to diversity and to providing opportunities to students at all stages of their academic career, Blind in Business are pleased to announce the launch of the Google Building Opportunities for Leadership & Development (BOLD) Immersion Programme – UK for all current students returning to a full-time degree program next year.

Up to 20 selected students will travel to Google’s London office 7th – 10th September, 2011 for a unique opportunity providing participants with a rare glimpse into the technology industry, career opportunities at Google, and valuable professional and peer networks. 

When is it?

7th  – 10th September 2011

How do I apply?

To apply, students must:

1. Be a current student pursuing a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree and returning to a full-time degree program this year

2. Demonstrate academic excellence in an arts, humanities, science, or business-related discipline

3. Be a current member or alumni of one of the following organizations: 

  • ACS Project
  • Blind in Business
  • EmployAbility
  • Generating Genius
  • Social Mobility Foundation
  • Pure Potential Note

In the case of Blind in Business, they are looking for blind and visually impaired individuals only.

To apply, please click on the following: https://google.eresources.com/applications/login.asp 

Please do let Blind in Business know you are applying and/or if you would like any guidance in putting you application together. Please either email rs@blindinbusiness.org.uk or phone 0207 588 1885.

The Deadline for application is the 28th of July 2011.

Please note that the application is a multi-step process, which will include a profile registration, general Google application, and BOLD Immersion application. The BOLD Immersion application consists of your CV, a short essay, and one reference from a professor or secondary school teacher, direct supervisor, or a mentor you have worked closely with in your school and community activities. All decisions will be communicated to applicants in mid-August.

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