Build your future with Google Cloud
Step 1: Learn with Qwiklabs
Students can request access to free online labs, quests, and courses through the Qwiklabs platform. Follow a defined plan or build and curate your own path to working and thriving in a cloud-first workplace.
Step 2: Earn skill badges
A skill badge is an exclusive digital badge issued by Google Cloud in recognition of your proficiency with Google Cloud. Complete a skill badge quest and the accompanying challenge lab final assessment to receive a skill badge you can share with your network.
Step 3: Gain a certification
Students who want to position themselves well to secure employment working with Google Cloud can go further by training for one of ten Google Cloud certifications.
Join a community
Attend a hackathon
Take part in one of over 200 hundred hackathons through
our official partners at Major League Hacking.
Join a student club
Join your local Developer Student Club or apply to
create a new chapter on your campus.
Attend an event
Attend live and on-demand Google Cloud events through
the Cloud on Air events platform.
Watch on YouTube
Watch tutorials to learn about what it means to be a
student developer and how to grow the skill set needed
to flourish in your future career.
Experience the impact
Tomer and Alon founded Nagish, an app to help the hearing impaired, at a college hackathon.
Rohan took the Associate Cloud Engineer certification and secured a job as a Cloud Engineer.
UCLA students created an intelligent platform to analyze car crash data and improve public safety.
The Google Cloud Career readiness education program unlocked professional opportunities for Raehan.
UC Davis students developed an online database of resources for people experiencing homelessness.