Google wants to teach students from the USA and Canada, cutting edge web technologies and Chrome packaged apps development, through Code Academy. Details cross posted from Google Student’s blog.
Chrome Academy will offer thirty rising sophomores and juniors at universities in the U.S. or Canada the chance to participate in a week-long educational summer program at Google’s headquarters in Mountain View, California.
The Academy will run from June 16 to June 22, 2013 and will include an interactive and collaborative curriculum focused on providing a practical introduction to developing cutting-edge web applications and Chrome Packaged Applications. In addition, students will explore time-saving frameworks and the tools required for developing, testing, and deploying web applications. Students will also get the opportunity to enjoy technical talks by Googlers, network with other talented students and attend social activities around Silicon Valley.
Applications for Chrome Academy are open now and the deadline to apply is March 17th. For more information and to submit your application, please visit google.com/students/chromeacademy
- Provide talented freshmen and sophomore students with exciting and interactive courses in Web and Chrome Application development
- Allow students to network with Googlers and other technical students, facilitating personal and professional development
- Give students an inside look into the culture of Google and lifestyle of Silicon Valley
Good luck, if you are applying!