5.15.2006

Can I please be 22 again?

Students, imagine if you will...

A cafeteria where the food is plentiful, delicious and, yes, free.

A workplace where dogs are welcome and there's no dress code.

A workspace where the technology sitting on top of it is powerful enough to work through any computational challenge you can devise.

A lunch table where you sit down and learn your tablemate is the world's leading authority on a problem you were only vaguely aware existed – and the guy next to her wrote the textbook you used last semester.

A campus that offers not just free meals but also a gym, an endless pool, a volleyball court, razor scooters, massage therapy, laundry rooms and dry cleaning, and (of course) valet parking.

With us so far? Now's when the fun starts. Working at Google means making a positive difference in tens of millions of lives every day. Do you love to critique the design of everyday things? Do you dream of working for an innovative, world-class organization? Are you looking to work with engineers to create products that improve the lives of millions? If so, Google may have a place for you. We hire exceptional people, at all degree levels, BS, MS, and PhD. We have offices all over the world including Mountain View, California; Santa Monica, California; Kirkland, Washington; New York, New York; Switzerland; India; and Japan, all working on the same cutting edge solutions. The people at Google love to work on innovative products and believe passionately in our mission: to organize the world's information and make it universally accessible and useful.

Link here.

4 comments:

liz said...

So sad, I'm only 35 years too late!!

Anonymous said...

Hey! They are building here in the east valley of Phoenix...
~concierge

Hornblower said...

Concierge??! Is that you? Itinerary for marlette & guisseppe?? Where you these days????

(sorry LaMai for hijacking your blog)

la Maitresse said...

Oh, please hijack. I am also eager to know what Concierge is up to, as well.

I am dreaming up wild conclusions about her at a Mormon resort in Tahiti.