Despite the fact that women famously played a pioneering role in the early decades of programming and technology, the participation of women engineers in the technology sector globally still only stands at 26%, as per the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The primary objective of this program is to address the gender imbalance in technology by grooming promising talent among women engineering students to advance and contribute to the field. Prioritising inclusion, the program is designed to support talented women engineers from under-privileged and disadvantaged backgrounds.
Designed by TalentSprint, supported by Google, this one-year experiential program aims to nurture 600 women college students over 3 years, of which 100 will be in the first year. The program is a combination of summer coding bootcamps, live online classes, ongoing mentorship, certification and team-based projects to enhance problem solving and computational thinking. It also provides exemplary participants a chance to get career opportunities at Google and its partners.
June 2019 and June 2020 in Hyderabad
Attend from home/college throughout the year
By senior engineers
Till May 10, 2019
Apply online with your details and the required documents
April 20 – May 15, 2019
Go through an Online Selection Test for the Program
May 1 – May 18, 2019
Once shortlisted attend interview
on Google Hangout
May 20- May 27
Upon selection enrol into the program and start your journey
Women students graduating in 2020 or 2021
Application and selection process
Bootcamp I for building coding expertise. Solve problems using professional tools and present your work effectively and confidently.
Live online classes to build on the competencies developed in the bootcamp. Mentoring by senior engineers at Google.
Bootcamp II covering advanced topics. Build and showcase world-class capabilities.
Get a chance to access career opportunities with Google and Partners