GSoC 2019 is here!

I’ve always been a huge fan of the Google Summer of Code program, having been involved with it in many capacities over the years.

The 2019 iteration of GSoC has been formally announced and the student application period starts soon.

Here’s the official word from Google:

Google Summer of Code (GSoC) will begin accepting student applications on March 25, 2019. The global, online program is designed to engage university students with open source software communities.  

GSoC is a highly competitive and unique program – in the past 14 years we have had over 14,000 students from 109 countries accepted into the program. Participants are paired with a mentor to help introduce them to an open source community and guide them with their project. GSoC gives students invaluable real world experience and an opportunity to receive a stipend to contribute to open source software.

For the 2019 program 206 open source organizations have been accepted into the program. Now is a great time for students to check out project ideas and reach out to the organizations to learn more!

We would appreciate your help to spread the word about Google Summer of Code to local university students. Check out the resources below:

  • Website: g.co/gsoc
  • Student application window: March 25 – April 9, 2019
  • Flyers, Slide Decks, Logos: https://developers.google.com/open-source/gsoc/resources/media
  • Project Topics Include: Cloud, Operating Systems, Machine Learning, Graphics, Medicine, Programming Languages, Robotics, Physics, Science, Security and many more.
  • Sample Twitter: University students receive mentorship and a stipend to work on open source software through Google Summer of Code. Applications are open March 25 – April 9! g.co/gsoc

Details of the program are available on the program site and be sure to check out the Advice for Students for quick tips and the Student Guide for more details on the whole program.

Please contact us at gsoc-support@google.com if you have any questions.