Apurva Panse

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APURVA PANSE, B.S. ’18

ASSOCIATE PRODUCT MANAGER AT GOOGLE

Lot of students in Los Angeles don’t have access to computer science education – but they should because computer science jobs are in huge demand.

While I was at UCLA, we formed a group called <Teach LA> to bring free computer science education to schools that don’t have the resources for it. This gives middle and high school students the chance to learn to code from UCLA students. Undergraduates share their knowledge, and get to explore a potential teaching career.

After my freshman year, I interned at Symantec. My professor recommended me because I did well in his class. After that I did internships at Google, working on a virtual reality education application and on search features for their “next billion users.”