Founder Community - Campus is home to a vibrant funder community, whose members receive exclusive programming, support and benefits. To become a member, you must be a founder in a team of two or more full-time founders, developing a tech product.
> A unique opportunity to work from Campus, at no charge
> Membership in a curated community of like-minded founders in similar stages of their startup journey
> Access to ‘Campus Founders Club’: exclusive programming led by top industry experts, community members & Google employees
> Priority access to multiple Campus offerings (Creator studio, meetups, and much more)
What do we expect from you?
> Members are required to complete a mandatory onboarding session in the beginning of their membership (sessions take place in the beginning of each month- pleasr refer to the upcoming onboarding date in your acceptance email)
> Update us on your progress to work
> Pay it forward: offer help & share your expertise with fellow founders
> Be physically present at campus at least once a week
The Campus co-working space is open to members between 9:00-19:00 Sunday-Thursday.
Community & Program Space: This classroom-style space is where workshops and trainings for startups happen. You'll often find our Advisors there mentoring founders, or workshops on startups' biggest challenges.
Event Space: Our 140-person event space is a community asset. Anyone can apply to host their startup event there at no cost. All events must be open to the public, free for attendees, and focused on technology.
Residency Floor: Google for Startups Residency brings growth-stage startups the best of Google's products, connections, and best practices. Each startup receives tailored mentorship and workspace at Google for Startups Campuses in London, Madrid, São Paulo, Seoul, Tel Aviv, and Warsaw.
Creator Studio: A state-of-the-art video and audio recording studio. Startups can use the studio free of charge, to create high-quality content, strengthen their online presence, and gain global visibility.