Google Lime Scholarship for Students with Disabilities

Google is known for promoting knowledge and helping the best and brightest get a higher education. Google has now partnered with Lime Connect to provide networking retreats and scholarships to students with disabilities. Students chosen to receive the Google Lime Scholarship will receive $10,000 toward higher education as well as attendance to the Google Scholars’ Retreat in Mountain View, California at the Googleplex. If you are a student with disabilities who is interested in entering computer engineering, computer science, or a related technical field, this scholarship is created just for you.

Qualifications

To be eligible for the Google Lime scholarship, students must be citizens or permanent residents of the United States or Canada and must be pursuing a degree in computer engineering, computer science, or a very closely related field. In addition, students must be in the second year of undergraduate school or higher with a very strong academic performance.

Qualified students must also have a visible or invisible disability, such as any long-term or recurring issue that severely impacts the ability to function on a daily basis. Candidates must demonstrate a passion for their chosen degree paths as well as a commitment to the industry in which they desire to work.

How to Apply

In order to apply for the Google Lime Scholarship, go to www.limeconnect.com and apply online before February 18. In addition, students who are not a match for this particular scholarship opportunity are encouraged to join the Lime Network for updates on professional development opportunities, fellowships and internships, career opportunities, and further scholarship programs.

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