Five NMSU students selected for Google pilot program

Las Cruces News
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Some New Mexico State University students are spending the fall semester at Google. 

Five students were selected to participate in a Google pilot program at their headquarters in San Francisco. 

They’ll take regular college courses on the Google campus and work on a special Google project in line with what they are studying in school. 

Each student will also have a mentor and lessons on preparing for job interviews. 

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