Apply To Lead A Developer Student Club (DSC) In Your University - Google Developers

Maye Edwin
Apr 18, 2018 · 2 min read

This article will be updated yearly as application rolls on ( 2019 -2020 Application is on )

A student and passionate about becoming a great technology lead? The Developer Student Clubs program by Google Developers just got announced.

It’s designed to help students (enrolled in accredited colleges/universities) build their mobile and web development skills and knowledge while solving local business problems around their institution.

You are invited to apply for the Developer Student Club (DSC) program from Google Developers.

DSC is a Google Developers program for University students, designed to help you build your mobile and web development skills and knowledge.

It is open to any student, ranging from novice (developers who are just starting), to advanced (developers who want to further improve their skills). The intention is for you to learn and collaborate as you solve mobile and web development problems for local businesses in your region.

What does it entail?

  • Set up a Developer Student Club within your institution/campus;
  • Create a Core Team — including faculty advisors, fellow students and relevant technology experts — to help in planning and execution of peer group readiness-focused activities;
  • Organize and deliver mobile development-focused workshops to fellow students;
  • Enable more students to become trainers and support them in conducting sessions;
  • Identify local organizations who can benefit from mobile solutions, and facilitate solution development activities;
  • Host showcases and other events to highlight the solutions developed by students; and
  • Commit for one-year (2019/20 academic year) to act as a Student Lead.

Who can apply?

A student that is currently enrolled between the 2nd — penultimate year in a computer science course or related engineering discipline at any accredited college/university in Africa.

A community-driven student who is passionate about technology and willing to teach other students.

Interested? Visit http://g.co/dev/dsc

Be inspired — check out this video from our DSC summit in Indonesia, to learn more about the DSC program.

Cheers!

Maye Edwin

Web, Developer And Technology Advocate

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