Google interns’ first week

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MATT MALONE: The first time
I saw the campus, it was incredible. There’s volleyball nets and
colorful umbrellas. And you see people walking
their dogs. It feels kind of like a
playground, a big playground. KIM DAY: The atmosphere around
Google, it’s definitely very eccentric, but also
very academic. MALE SPEAKER 1: At Google, we
actually do have the ability to make more of an impact on
people and more of a change in one year than many people
do in their lifetimes. FLORIAN KOENIGSBERGER: It’s an
environment in which very few limitations are placed on
where your mind can be during the day. MALE SPEAKER 1: You’re all
starting your teams this week. And some great advice is to
not to be afraid to fail. But we want to flip that around
a little bit and say don’t be afraid to succeed. MATT MALONE: My name’s
Matt Malone. I’m a graduate intern here at
Google in Consumer Operations this summer. I have a background as a
Infantry officer in the Army. I thought leading people
directly on the ground as a combat leader would provide the greatest leadership challenge. And then I switched over to
working in Intelligence. That’s where I really started
to fall in love with technology. PAOLA CORREA: My name
is Paola Correa. I go to the University
of Miami. And I study advertising
and marketing. When I was little, I used
to collect ads. I used to get a kick out of
going to different places and seeing how the same message
would impact differently and would look differently. KIM DAY: My name is Kim Day. I’m from Melbourne, Florida. I’m studying physics and
computer science at the Florida Institute
of Technology. I grew up on the space
coast of Florida. And I always grew up watching
the shuttles take off from the Kennedy Space Center. And I knew that I really wanted
to work with technology and be able to be on
the cutting edge. FLORIAN KOENIGSBERGER: My name
is Florian Koenigsberger, and I’m from New York City. Google as a company was
attractive to me because they are a tech company that’s been
so much more than that. There isn’t a place that
Google is not. GRANT OAKLEY: I’m
Grant Oakley. I’m from Spokane, Washington. Just the process of coding is
actually surprisingly fun. You get this epic win at the
end of the day, where you throw up the arms
in celebration. It’s exciting to work at Google
because unlike a lot of software companies, I use Google
products every day. That’s pretty exciting. FEMALE SPEAKER 1: So we’re
headed upstairs. MATT MALONE: I’ve always thought
of work as just– as work. FEMALE SPEAKER 1: This
is going to be your desk right here. MATT MALONE: At Google, it’s
completely different. At Google, I was extremely
excited to start at work. I could barely sleep
the first night. Yeah, my inbox has already
been exploding. FEMALE SPEAKER 1: How many? Yeah, 45 emails for your first
day’s pretty good. MATT MALONE: I’m working in
the Online Help Center. And my project is part of an
effort that will completely change the way Google is
reaching out to consumers and helping them with
Google products. FEMALE SPEAKER 2: Our help
centers are not just the US. But we have them in
40 plus languages. So you have to think about how
we’re going to manage that complexity. MATT MALONE: From your first day
as a Google intern, you’re treated as a regular employee. MALE SPEAKER 2: Don’t presume
that just because you’re an intern as such that you’re
not a member of the team. FLORIAN KOENIGSBERGER: One
usually expects as a new person to be at the bottom of
the knowledge totem pole. The fact that I’m not is an
illustration of how much responsibility is given to us
as interns across the board. CHRIS: Paola? PAOLA CORREA: How are you? CHRIS: Doing good. I’m Chris. PAOLA CORREA: Nice to meet you. I’m Paola. CHRIS: I worked with a couple
of interns last year. And every intern that I’ve seen
come on has just exuded Googliness. PAOLA CORREA: I’ll get the
hang of it eventually. CHRIS: You’ll get
the hang of it. Don’t be afraid to ask. PAOLA CORREA: OK. CHRIS: Is their work going
to be challenging? Yeah, because the most important
work is challenging. KIM DAY: This summer, I’m
working on an email notification for Google
Accounts. And it’s going to be sent out
to thousands of users. And it’s going to make their
accounts more secure. GRANT OAKLEY: My code helps
developers test their code very efficiency. And that way, they can
write good stable code for the products. MALE SPEAKER 3: You will be
working on something that not only your team, but the entire
Google will see. FEMALE SPEAKER 3: Basically,
internship is like a good experience towards becoming
a full-time hire, right? KIM DAY: The one thing that
all the interns definitely have in common is passion
and motivation to get these things done. Because you don’t necessarily
have to know everything. But you have to be
willing to learn. FEMALE SPEAKER 4: Is this your
first time at Google? INTERNS: [CHEERS]. PAOLA CORREA: The week has been
unstoppable, restless, a bunch of activities. There’s always something new. And the next activity or the
next person that we meet is more exciting than the last. FLORIAN KOENIGSBERGER: They do
a really, really good job of making you understand the
way this place thinks. I think, specifically, of an
exercise we did that gave a completely new perspective
on how to brainstorm. MALE SPEAKER 4: What is
brainstorming to you? Tell me what you guys said. MATT MALONE: It’s focused on
learning to put aside your judgments right away and avoid
criticizing new ideas that may seem strange to you. FLORIAN KOENIGSBERGER:
Impossible is not a word that’s thrown around
very often. I think it helps you imagine. I certainly did not associate
imagination with productivity before coming here. But I think this place
makes that real. PAOLA CORREA: For the rest of
it, I know that there will be a lot of work involved,
maybe some work that I don’t know how to do. But a little bit of
fear is good. MATT MALONE: I do feel a lot
different after being here for my first week. I guess I’ve always identified
myself very much with the military. I was in the military
for five years. But I’m starting to see
myself as a Googler. I see myself as someone
who fits in here. I don’t feel like an outsider. I feel Googley. GRANT OAKLEY: I would say
meeting Sergey was definitely one of the highlights of my
week, month, maybe year. He’s fine, just stopped
and shakes my hand. And then he rode off on
his elliptical bike. It’s pretty great. KIM DAY: Maybe it is a little
early to say that after I’ve only been here a week or so, but
I just feel like there’s always going to be something
new you’re going to learn every day. And that’s really the best part
about being an engineer. FLORIAN KOENIGSGBERGER: If this
is what being an intern feels like, I’d love
to be an intern for the rest of my life. [MUSIC PLAYING]

100 Replies to “Google interns’ first week”

  1. Iqbal Abria says:

    Wtf is that stupid rotor cap thing they are wearing??! This place looks like a hipster shithole

  2. Iqbal Abria says:

    Too many soyboys

  3. GARGI PATNAIK says:

    you guys need to meet jarvis johnson…

  4. PoYu Huang says:

    where is the asian male?

  5. Arjun Rai says:

    Googly

  6. MEGAS says:

    Google is not in China! You genious!

  7. Queen B says:

    Getting an internship would be so amazing

  8. Queen B says:

    "Hi how are u feeling?" "Google."

  9. SASWATA GHOSH says:

    Google 😍😍

  10. David Bryan says:

    Just another google marketing video 🙂

  11. Diah ayu says:

    Florian you are so handsome

  12. Kishorekumar Sathishkumar says:

    Google, Do you have to be in America to get a job? (I'm in the UK if that info helps(if you manage to see this))

  13. Henrique Soke Tchimuko says:

    Os vídeos qui engnoro não pode aparecer

  14. Richie Rich says:

    JUST GOT NITIFCATION AFTER 6 YEARS

  15. s̶i̶n̶c̶e̶r̶e̶l̶y̶ says:

    I don't feel like an outsider.. i FeEl GoOgLeY

  16. Syed Ahmad says:

    3:09 LOL😂

  17. first name last name says:

    Who is the Tech Lead now?

  18. MyTwoCents says:

    Theres too many cis white males working at Google! RHEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!!!

  19. Superunknown333 says:

    artificial beauty
    they look like oblivious animals in a cage

  20. Archvaldor's Warcraft Hacks says:

    When does this horror film get to the point where the happy exterior facade falls and the sinister interior blood sacrifice cult is revealed?

  21. Shadowreach says:

    Where the Melbourne Florida gang at

  22. ch bilal says:

    kindly tell me how to apply for intern i google

  23. DeepSpace12 says:

    1:38 Have you tried China? Or North Korea?

  24. DeepSpace12 says:

    3:13 Thousands of users? Is this really Google?

  25. Theron says:

    3:28 *gulp*

  26. 00DiamondBlack says:

    To be honest this seems very alienating in the long run.

  27. sethstronghold says:

    Look at how awesome these people with great jobs that you will never get are! Thanks google!

  28. John Doe says:

    2:51 on the right, that is a real Google employee

  29. The Nameless King says:

    I saw more of real Google in NELK’s video

  30. J o e m 2 2 0 1 Plays says:

    Wow your given responsibilities as an intern???? Wowww not like that happens in any other company…

  31. InvictusVY says:

    Imagine if you are an intern at Google and everybody in there are smiling at you every time for no reason.

  32. minecraftliberal2009 says:

    why am i watching this i dropped out of college

  33. Farhad Hussain says:

    Heaven

  34. Asher Wade says:

    smh: Scary, …like a cross between an adult [sic] Kindergarten and Disneyland plus Epcot Center.

  35. Der Gianni says:

    I really like how this looks and it actually feels like a cool workplace but on the other hand, this could easily be part of a black mirror episode and gives me "circles" vibes (the movie with Hermione Granger)

  36. CheesePizza8906 says:

    2:41 Theyre using a macbook with a Google sticker on it

  37. ChizBoyMentality says:

    Isn't she young to have grown up seeing shuttles take off?

  38. Nigel Uno says:

    "Okay intern, our previous new hires all quit because we are working on applying Chinese censorship to our search engines. A few of our senior members recently quit because we are developing drone technology for shooting down enemies of the state including Red Cross hospitals that might be harboring terrorists. There is an open position for you if meet our goals."

  39. Jake Romero says:

    Love it.

  40. Silentdo Nogood says:

    Too much happiness all over the place

  41. chgoura tv - شكورة تي في says:

    motivate vedio

  42. Torrance Harris says:

    where is the hood black guy that has some slang when he talk but he smart as hell. Don't worry wait until I fully launch Acrochat read up on me https://www.crunchbase.com/person/torrance-harris

  43. TakumiKhashi says:

    google atmosphere feels like same as Terminus from walking dead

  44. alze says:

    welcome to the brain wash factory – let the cleansing begin ! lol

  45. lu na says:

    Antifa Sign @3:05

  46. Aaron Hart says:

    A veteran, a cuban girl, a woman of color that is an engineer, and a token black guy.

    Google is WOKE!

  47. Zohaib Saeed says:

    policymakers
    installation of Firefox prohibited

  48. Chantel Betts says:

    Google I seem to like Google though since it's really super telling us but who's talking in Google is it like a robot what do it looks like

  49. Phone Point says:

    I heard the students are allowed to use Google in exams.

  50. UGP says:

    she used to collect ads?

  51. Harsh Raj Always free says:

    MBA interns should just go and eat pancakes while engineers do real job

  52. King Hamlet says:

    Google Should Be The New GOVERNMENT

  53. Real Nick says:

    So fake

  54. Bernard Meaney says:

    I'll hold my cynisysm, (excuse spelling) that I see in other comments. But how about something on the application process and the indoctrination. I was told not to believe The Internship (right – the ending was a total joke). And what do you interns earn? What are the perks there, like, go into the volleyball courts, cafeteria, etc some more. Thank you!

  55. jeffp565 says:

    whats the song in the intro?

  56. Shyane Carter says:

    all companies should be like this

  57. Easy Maker LIVE says:

    I want to work in Google ♥️

  58. Kandi Gloss says:

    "As an actor paid by google… Oh, I mean intern, yes yes, intern"

  59. Uchitha Praveen Kosgoda says:

    is anyone from sri lanka like to be an intern of google ❤️

  60. LANA REALTOR&INVESTOR says:

    i like Google

  61. shakib rahman says:

    Love u Google , my dream should be true one day & my dream is to working with Google at any position but the main thing is that I am the worker of my loving dream company Gooogle ….. Thanks Google .

  62. Anatoly Wein says:

    Who else wants to work at this paradise?

    Edit: ah and by the way, 2019 recommends anyone?

  63. Will Isom says:

    get your feet off the chair

  64. Carloz Furnz says:

    The first thing I saw these interns at Google. "I know something's not right."

  65. Insane Sibs says:

    1:37 secs..
    China: Am I a Joke to You😑😑

  66. Steve from Texas says:

    Such a fake environment lol

  67. Muhammad Usman says:

    Yes, It is time for Hollywood to learn the best acting skills from google.

  68. yaswanth chinthalapudi says:

    Hahha google using apple products seems funny

  69. Farhan Javed says:

    the irony is they are working in google and promoting it and mostly working on MacBook 😂😂

  70. satyajit mohanty says:

    Hello,
    Anyone please help me to get Google HR email ID as its a dream will comes true work in Google.

  71. Andrea Brambilla says:

    Looks like Hooli, i expected Gavin Belson to show up anytime

  72. mia salsabila says:

    I really want to do my intern there

  73. Jim Halpert says:

    Lol apple products from google

  74. Sashikant Mallick says:

    How do I joined in Google???

  75. Sashikant Mallick says:

    I have completed my graduation in Btech in ECE

  76. Joy Ahsan says:

    Please help me Google.

  77. xSIESIx says:

    the comments are killing me :'D

  78. LEGENDARY Gaming says:

    My dream is also to work in Google as a software engineer and I will be. Remember my name "Bishow Pandey". Wait Google I will be right with you.

  79. Chih-Chin Yang says:

    Smart policy, all talents like contractors. If no achieve to this team will be out soon.

  80. Nuwan Udara says:

    You use apple products 😅.

  81. Alikhan Madeni says:

    Good actors!

  82. Steve Mitchell says:

    right here

  83. René Casaña says:

    The first thing google do is check if you are an ideological sheep with acting skills.

  84. T S says:

    You should build tree houses with rope bridges for your employees.

  85. Asher Craig says:

    if you are not making mistakes your not not doing anything make those first

  86. Alberto Crescini says:

    It seems like this is an advertising on one of the “evil companies” of Black Mirror.

  87. Harsha Chokshi says:

    Srinath G Bhajan I will Karana

  88. tomotow says:

    0:16 thats a mac >:C google uses macs thats sad

  89. あ寝癖 says:

    世界の中の優秀が集まってる感がすごすぎる
    ここにインターン行けるだけでも凄まじいよね

  90. Farah Tasnim says:

    How to get this chance!?

  91. itz bold girl says:

    When did we get registration link for 30 mins assessment….(Google intern).

  92. Aditya says:

    If it looks too good to be true, then don't worry.

    It isn't.

  93. Dario Tino says:

    Uh… no thanks. I prefer Apple!

  94. Hamza Ad says:

    using macbooks in a google building

  95. masawafighter says:

    is that double lift's mom?

  96. Ezaz Ahmed says:

    How to apply for this?

  97. Naved says:

    Imagine even trying to get a position at Google

  98. change the world says:

    marticlues.com

  99. Darhil Meza de barros says:

    Me encantaría formar parte de este gran equipo. Seria todo un sueño. ¡Excelente trabajo Google!

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