Since 2005: 8,500+ students. 101 countries. Over 50 million lines of code.
Spend your summer break writing code for an open source software project! Google Summer of Code participants get paired with mentors to create real-world software and are paid a stipend. Build connections within the open source community and possible employment opportunities related to your academic studies. The 2016 application window opens on 14 March.
Google Summer of Code is open to post-secondary students 18 and older in most countries. More info...
Open Source Developers
Take advantage of Google Summer of Code to infuse your projects with excited young developers! Google funds accepted student projects for three months. Many participating students keep contributing to projects after the summer ends, and mentors often share stories with us about how rewarding it is to work with these students. The 2016 application window for mentoring organizations opens on 8 February.
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