If you'd like to help people learn about GSoC, here is a flyer you can use to spread the word!
Logos and Artwork
These logos are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 Unported License.
If you're wondering what this means, you are welcome to do what you'd like with the logo provided you do not change it beyond resizing it. You are, for example, welcome to put it up on your website or use it on a flyer advertising your organization's participation in the program. If you want to use it in a presentation, that's great, as long as you don't charge people to come and see you talk.
The 2020 GSoC presentation slides are available in these formats:
Template Email for Student Applicants
Do you know anyone who might be a good candidate to participate as a student in GSOC? You can use the sample email below to help advertise the program. Consider sending it to appropriate schools, teachers, friends, clubs, school groups, etc.
Google Summer of Code (g.co/gsoc) is Google's summer program for university students to learn about, and get involved in open source. It's happening again for the 16th year in 2020! Over 15,960 students from 109 countries have participated.
Google Summer of Code is a unique program where students are paired with a mentor to introduce them to the open source community and provide guidance while they work on a real world open source project during their summer break from university. Projects cover a wide range of fields including: Cloud, Operating Systems, Graphics, Medicine, Programming Languages, Robotics, Science, Security and many more. This is not an internship but still provides an invaluable experience and looks great on a resume!
The application period opens on March 16, 2020 and ends on March 31, 2020. It's a highly competitive program (and this year is expected to be even bigger than last year), so don't wait to the last minute to prepare!
Got questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.