Google is Actively Recruiting HBCU Alumni

Greetings from Google!

As you may have heard, Google is hiring! 2011 is slated to be one of our most aggressive hiring years, and we are working to find top talent. Over the past few years HBCU graduates have made significant contributions to Google’s success. We are excited to continue our relationship with HBCUs and hire their very best graduates to join our team.

Google will be hosting functions in a number of major cities as we seek to make contact with HBCU graduates that may have an interest in our organization. The first of these events will be held at the Google Atlanta Office (10 10th Street NE Suite 600 Atlanta, GA 30309) on Wednesday March 30, 2011 at 7PM. We are targeting non-engineering majors from the graduating classes of 2006-2010. This event will give participants a glimpse into what we have to offer here at Google. They will hear from current Googlers, receive information on positions that are currently open, and have the chance to speak with recruiters who will be on-site to answer questions. Additionally, this is a great time to network, not only with Googlers, but also with peers.

We would appreciate your assistance in distributing this exciting information to members of your organization that are currently based in Atlanta. Those interested in attending can click HERE for registration information. Do you have a colleague, friend, peer, or family member that also meets the event criteria? Feel free to pass this information along! Please note that we have a limited number of seats for this event, so an RSVP is required. We will send a confirmation e-mail to those we are able to accommodate.

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Google Panel: African Americans, Small Businesses and the Internet

March 30th, 2011 at Howard University Google presents:

Digital Empowerment: African Americans, Small Business and the Internet

How can you use the Internet to promote your small business? What tools can you use to increase your online sales? Join us to learn about free Google tools that can help African American entrepreneurs grow their businesses online. Topics will include:

  • Online Advertising
  • Social Media
  • Cloud Computing
  • And many more!

Where: Howard University School of Business Auditorium
Where: 2600 Sixth Street NW, Washington, DC 20059
When: March 30, 2011 3:00 PM

RSVP: Please RSVP Here

Ralph B. Everett, Esq-President and CEO of the Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies

Angela Benton, CEO and Founder, Black Web 2.0
Bryndan (Be) Moore, CEO and Founder of Alumni Roundup
Chris Genteel, Business Development Manager for Google’s Global Diversity team
Marcus Evans, Owner, Military Brat Movers, Howard University MBA Student
Bridget Bean, District Director of the Washington Metropolitan District Office for the U.S. Small Business Administration
If you have any questions, please email: