Latinx Student Leadership Summit 2021
On Saturday, April 24th, Google will gather 100 engineering and computer science students from across the US and Puerto Rico for our fifth annual Latinx Student Leadership Summit (LSLS) in partnership with the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities (HACU) and Computing Alliance of Hispanic Serving Institutions (CAHSI). Google’s LSLS (formerly named the Hispanic Student Leadership Summit) was created as an effort to bring Latinx leaders together to share innovative and creative best practices with one another, as well as collaborate with Google’s Latinx leadership to benefit your university, organization, and community. We would love to see some of the student leaders from your organization represented!
Who: 100 undergraduate students that are enrolled in a degree-granting program in the US and Puerto Rico.
Preferred qualifications are students currently pursuing a technical degree at a 4-year university/college (ie. CS, engineering, or tech-related majors/minors), but it is not required.*
When: Saturday, April 24th – 10am – 3pm PST
Where: Google Meets Platform
What: The agenda includes elements such as breakout discussions, networking with the Latinx Google Network, executive fireside chats, and a unique celebration for Summit attendees!
How to Apply:
Submit a completed application form no later than 11:59pm PST, Sunday, March 7th. We will confirm selections by the week of March 22nd.
Acceptance to the 2021 Latinx Student Leadership Summit also includes access to the Google Buddy program, where you will be paired in small groups of other selected applicants with tech and non tech Googlers, personalized resume reviews, access to a social discord community/events, and more!
More questions? We’ve attached an FAQ doc to this email that goes into more detail about eligibility and what to expect.
We hope you are as excited about this opportunity as we are! If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to reach out to us at lsls2021 @ google.com (without the spaces)
-Joshua on behalf of Google’s LSLS