HAN-SF Undergraduate Leadership Award Partners With Google To Bring Opportunities To Haas

The San Francisco chapter of your Haas Alumni Network is continuing its tradition of giving back to the undergraduate community with the fall edition of the HAN-SF Undergraduate Leadership Award.

The award, which is open to all current Haas juniors and seniors, is a fantastic opportunity to network, build your resume, and maybe even score a cool one thousand dollars.

But wait, there’s more!

This semester Google has joined in on the award, offering up a leadership workshop and networking evening for all award finalists.

The Leadership Workshop will put you face to face with alumni and employees from one of the most innovative and well-known companies in the world. You’ll have a chance to get your name out there and make connections that will benefit you for the rest of your life.

You’ll also get real skills from the workshop to build your resume, just in time for the fall recruiting season. In addition, Google will be showcasing its newest technologies and devices that will redefine the way the world works.

The HAN-SF Leadership Award is the perfect example of the stewardship that embodies the school’s defining principle of Beyond Yourself. It brings students and alumni together to strengthen everyone’s networks and to look forward, building a stronger school with an even stronger future.

You’d do well to reach out to your alumni network; the HAN-SF Undergraduate Leadership Award is a great place to start.

Applications can be found here. Get started soon, they’re due the 10th of October. This is one opportunity you don’t want to miss.

HAN-SF will also be hosting Doreen Bloch (BS10) to talk about her book, The Coolest Startups in America, on October 24th. You can learn more about it by clicking here.

These are two great examples of how your Haas Alumni Network is looking out for you.

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