Google Student Ambassador Program 2013



Google Student Ambassador Program

Become a Google Student Ambassador at your university 

Google is committed to supporting the education of future leaders and innovators in technology and business all over the world. As part of Google’s efforts to empower students in the Middle East and North Africa – and help them make the best of Google’s technologies and prepare for their future careers – we are glad to announce that the application process is now open for the Google Student Ambassador Program for the 2013-2014 academic year!

The Google Student Ambassador program is an opportunity for active students to enhance their professional development and soft skills, to meet and collaborate with some of the most interesting people in the region, and to have fun introducing Google products to their fellow students through holding events on campus.



Google Student Ambassador applicants should be pursuing a bachelor’s or master’s degree — all majors are welcome to apply! They should also be passionate about Google technologies and actively involved in their school communities.

We are particularly excited to be working on the Google Student Ambassador program this year – our 3rd year in MENA. The students have unrivaled passion and energy that they can’t wait to share with their colleagues.If you think you have what it takes to become a Google Student Ambassador, make sure to Register Now!

About Joseph Guirguis

Egyptian Student At Faculty of Science, ASU, interested in Web Design & Web Development, loves CMS, Google, Microsoft, Social Networks, Blogging & Web Browsing.

Posted on March 26, 2013, in Egypt Scholarships, Google, Internships, Technology and tagged , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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