The application for Google's 2023A CS Research Mentorship Program (CSRMP) is open for students to apply. CSRMP aims to support undergraduate and graduate students from historically marginalized groups to progress in computing research pathways. You can see previous CSRMP recipients and read about CSRMP graduate Leslie Coney's experience in the program.
About the program: Students are matched into a pod with a Google mentor and small group of peers who are at a similar academic stage, and interested in the same research area. Pods structure discussion and identify opportunities around a topic shared by students and supported by the mentor through group and one-on-one meetings.
In addition, students join a broader peer community, and are invited to virtual networking events, career panels, tech talks, and information sessions about computing research opportunities. CSRMP does not assign research projects or internships.
The mentorship cycle runs for twelve weeks during the academic year with a minimum total time commitment of ten hours per student.
- Class A (October application): January-April mentorship cycle (Check out our Class of 2022A graduates!)
- Class B (July application): September-December mentorship cycle (This class is currently in session)
Eligibility: CSRMP aims to support students from historically marginalized groups to progress in computing research pathways. The definition of who is historically marginalized is responsive to a specific region, context, and its nuances. This can include students with marginalized gender and racial/ethnic identities, students with disabilities, students from low socioeconomic status, first-generation students, and intersections of these groups and others.
- Active enrollment in an undergraduate or graduate degree-granting program in computer science (or an adjacent field) in the United States or Canada for the full duration of the mentorship cycle
- Includes community college students and students obtaining a minor in computer science (or an adjacent field)
- Minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5 (on a four point scale, or equivalent)