Here at Google, we recognize the challenges faced by students from historically underrepresented groups in the tech industry. We strive to make education more accessible by creating programs to engage students around the world. As part of our initiatives focused on expanding diversity, we offer academic scholarships and trips to Google offices to learn more about our company and culture, network with a community of fellow scholars, and participate in professional development opportunities. Our goal is to not only support academic pursuits, but also empower scholars to encourage and inspire others.
We are thrilled to announce this years recipients who represent 77 universities in 17 countries. This year’s scholars have demonstrated a passion for technology, academic excellence, and have proven themselves as exceptional leaders and role models. We recently selected recipients for the following scholarship programs:
Women Techmakers Scholars Program (US, Canada, and Europe, Middle East & Africa)
Generation Google Scholarship for high school and university students from underrepresented backgrounds in computer science
Google Lime Scholarship for students with disabilities (US/Canada) and Google Europe Scholarship for Students with Disabilities
Google Student Veterans of America (SVA) Scholarship for student veterans
Congratulations to our 2019 scholarship recipients! These students will join a community of over 2,500 Google scholars who are becoming leaders in their field and inspiring the next generation of computer science students. We can’t wait to see to see how these students continue to shape the future of computer science.
Click here to see the full list of winners.
Stay tuned for our announcement of the Women Techmakers Scholars Program for Asia Pacific.