Looking for an exciting internship opportunity? Join us at Google for a 10-12 week paid Software Engineering Internship Program. This immersive experience is designed to foster personal and professional growth while contributing to cutting-edge projects that impact millions of users worldwide.

About the Internship:

As a Software Engineering Intern, you’ll engage in diverse and impactful projects, ranging from developing scalable software systems to contributing to universally appealing smaller projects. Join a collaborative environment where our engineers tackle the challenges of the internet, ensuring systems stay resilient against various threats.


  • Collaborate on software development projects, ensuring business-critical systems remain operational.
  • Troubleshoot traffic anomalies at the code level and maintain services.
  • Contribute to monitoring and alert systems, and build automation infrastructure.
  • Work on projects that safeguard against internet threats, impacting millions of users.
  • Engage in projects that span Google’s vast array of products, from Ads to Android.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Enrolled in a Bachelor’s, Master’s, or PhD program in Computer Science or a related technical field.
  • Proficiency in one or more general-purpose programming languages.
  • Fluent spoken and written English communication skills.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Planning to return to your degree program after completing the internship.
  • Exposure to systems software or algorithms.
  • Familiarity with Unix/Linux or Windows environments and APIs.
  • Knowledge of TCP/IP and network programming.
  • Strong implementation skills in languages like C++, Java, or Python.

How to Apply?

At Google, we’re more than just a company; we’re an engineering powerhouse driving global change. Our engineers pioneer search innovations, tackle scalability issues, and create revolutionary platforms for developers worldwide. If you’re ready to take on technology’s greatest challenges, apply now and be part of Google’s legacy of technological achievement.