Scholarship Google – How to get a scholarship?

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Various scholarship/">scholarships are provided by Google every year, some of the Scholarship Google provides are listed below along with details. We have also written down a few points to successfully hunt down scholarships in general which can be useful for Scholarship Google too.

  • Use a scholarship matching tool. There’s really no limit to the different types of scholarships that are
    available to college students. Browse sites such as the US Department of Labor free scholarship tool,
    depending upon the country, most governments have central repository of scholarships  to show you dozens of categories of scholarships.
  • Consider studying and retaking ACT/SAT.GRE/GATE/TEFEL Raising your score a few points can mean thousands of dollars.
  • Build your resume’. Keep track of all your community involvement, awards and honors, extracurricular activities, and employment. Few MOOCS that are specific to your course can help show your level of interest in the field of study.
  • Volunteer in your community! Volunteering can be a key factor in getting some scholarships because it
    demonstrates your community involvement and leadership skills.
  • Start applying early! You don’t need to wait until your junior year. Getting a head start gives you more
    time to research the ones that are worth your time and energy. Many scholarships have limited funds.
    That means the earlier you apply, the better the opportunity you will have before that budget runs out.
  • Stay organized. Set up a calendar, spreadsheet, or filing system to help you Keep track of deadlines, and
    a place to put transcripts, test scores, and reference letters for easy access.
  • Meet with your counselor and/or career coach. Build a relationship with your school counselor/career
    coach early in your high school career because they can be a great resource to help you find scholarships
    that are tailored to you, narrow your search, provide feedback on your essay, and conduct mock
  • Search the financial aid web pages at the schools you are serious about attending.
  • Utilize your own network. Let teachers, coaches, and anyone in your network know that you are looking for
    scholarships. There may be several local scholarships that are not well advertised. Check in directly with
    local foundations, community organizations, and local businesses to see if they offer any scholarships,
  • Improve your online presence. Highlight your strengths and interests. If the person who is reviewing your scholarship application decides to Google your name, have your best version of yourself online!
  • Look beyond your grades. Before you start filling out the forms, think about what makes you uniquely qualified and deserving of that scholarship. Your passion will shine through when it comes time to write about your extracurricular activities.
  • Collect letters of recommendation. They could include your employer, teachers, coaches, high school
    counselors, or other adults who can testify to your strengths, qualifications, and ambition. Provide a
    resume’ along with any other key information such as your strengths and future plans. Ask for multiple
    copies. Be sure to write them a thank you for taking the time to help you!
  • Apply for many scholarships, both big and small. Make applying to scholarships your new mindset and
    habit. Set a goal to apply to one or two each month, starting sophomore year. This will put you ahead of
    the curve!
  • Write a great essay. Don’t be afraid to apply for a scholarship that requires an essay because a well written essay can be your ticket to standing out from the crowd. If you don’t have great writing skills, consider working with an advisor or teacher. You may be able to reuse portions of your essay for more than one scholarship application. Just be careful to follow the scholarship rules, including essay word count. The most important thing to remember is to answer the question that’s being asked.
  • Practice your interviewing skills. Practice answering questions about your background, interests, achievements, and aspirations.

1. Google Conference and Travel Scholarships – Scholarship Google 1

At Google, we believe a diversity of attributes, experiences, and perspectives are needed to build tools that can change the world. Everyone deserves an opportunity to pursue connections in the industry, networking with peers, and a career path in technology. To help break down the barriers that prevent underrepresented groups in technology and business from attending leading conferences, we’re excited to offer Google Conference and Travel Scholarships for selected conferences in the tech industry and related fields.



  • Free conference registration
  • North America: Cost of one registration for the virtual conference listed on the North America tab.
  • Europe : Up to 1,000 EUR towards travel and accommodation costs (will be paid after the conference)
  • India : An award in the range of 1,000 – 3,000 USD that will cover conference registration, travel, accommodation and other related expenses.
  • Africa : An award in the range of 1,000 – 3,000 USD that will cover conference registration, travel, accommodation and related expenses. Scholarship amount depends on cost for the international conference.
  • Japan & South Korea : Up to 3,000 USD towards air tickets and lodging cost (will be paid after the conference). Scholarship amount depends on cost for the international conference.

Deadline:- 01-08-2021


2. Generation Google Scholarship (North America) – Scholarship Google 2

The Generation Google Scholarship was established to help aspiring students pursuing computer science degrees excel in technology and become leaders in the field. Selected students will receive $10,000 USD (for those studying in the US) or $5,000 CAD (for those studying in Canada) for the 2021-2022 school year. The Generation Google Scholarship will be awarded based on the strength of each candidate’s impact on diversity, equity, and inclusion, demonstrated leadership, and academic performance. The program is open to students who meet all the minimum qualifications and we strongly encourage students that identify with groups historically excluded from the technology industry, including Women, Black/African American, Hispanic/Latinx, American Indian, Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander, to apply. Applicants are not required to currently be enrolled in an Associates, Bachelors, Masters, or PhD program for the 2020-2021 academic year to apply. Recipients of one of the following Google Scholarships: Generation Google Scholarship, Google Lime Scholarship, Google Student Veterans of America Scholarship, Women Techmakers Scholarship for Computer Science, and Women Techmakers Scholarship for Gaming are not eligible to reapply.

Application process for Scholarship Google

You will be asked to complete an online application which includes:

  • General background information (e.g. contact information and details about your current and intended universities)
  • Family and household information
  • Resume/CV
  • Academic transcripts from your current (if you are currently enrolled) and prior institutions (if you have earned a prior degree)
  • Responses to three short answer essay questions
  • Recipients will be selected based on the overall strength of their essays and application materials compared to the entire applicant pool or respective academic peers (e.g. high school students compared to other high school students).

IMPORTANT: Before starting the application, please have the following ready for upload:

  • PDF copy of your resume
  • PDF copy of your current or most recent transcript (unofficial is acceptable)
  • PDF copy of your short answer responses


  • 10,000 USD
  • 5,000 CAD

Deadline:- 01-12-2020

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