Information Session | September 24 | 6-8 p.m. | Soda Hall, Wozniak Lounge (430)
What is it like to work at Google? Join us as Googlers in a variety of technical roles share day-in-the-life stories about their work and provide an inside look on what makes engineering at Google unique. Are you submitting applications for internships and full-time opportunities this semester? We'll also share some insight into Google's recruiting process. Feel free to bring questions, as we'll close with a panel and Q&A!
Nick Rose: Nick is an Associate Product Manager (Google's 2 year training program for Product Managers) working on YouTube ads - last year he worked on Maps. He graduated from Berkeley class of 2017 and was a TA for CS61B and CS188. His favorite classes at Berkeley were Astronomy C10, CS189, and Buddhist Studies C50!
Brenna Fallon: Brenna is a Program Manager at Google where she currently leads design operations for the Google Search Apps and partners with product, engineering, and design leads to drive strategy and execution across products and platforms. In her four years at Google, she's held a variety of roles ranging from staffing, to learning & development, to technical program management. Prior to Google, she was a tour guide in Europe with Rick Steves. At Berkeley, she studied English Literature, researched Pterosaurs, played ultimate frisbee, and was the President of the student co-ops.
Johnny Zhou: Johnny was EECS class of 2008 at Cal, then went to grad school at Stanford. He was part of Tennis@Cal, and had his fair share of all-nighters in Soda/Cory... Since graduating, he's worked at a variety of companies such as Google, Uber, and Box. He looks forward to chatting!
Jene Li: Jene is a UC Berkeley alumni from the class of 2015. While at Berkeley, he was an Industry Relations officer for HKN and a lead GSI for CS 61B with Josh Hug. He joined YouTube at Google after he graduated and has been there since.