Developer Student Clubs are university based community groups for students interested in Google developer technologies. Students from all undergraduate or graduate programs with an interest in growing as a developer are welcome. By joining a DSC, students grow their knowledge in a peer-to-peer learning environment and build solutions for local businesses and their community.
The Core Team runs all aspects of the club including connecting to the community to find projects, hosting events, and overseeing project development.
DSC Wash U works with local nonprofits, businesses, NGOs, etc to build technology-based solutions.
Project Managers lead a team of developers, designers, and nontechnical consultants on the development of the project.
The Project Teams execute the development of the projects from start to finish. Members consult the organization, design, and then build the solution.
Club Members are encouraged to attend DSC WashU workshops, networking events, and more.
Meet other students on campus interested in developer technologies. All are welcome, including those with diverse backgrounds and different majors.
Learn about a wide range of technical topics where new skills are gained through hands-on workshops, in-person training and project building activities.
Apply your new learnings and connections to build great solutions for local problems. Advance your skills, career and network. Give back to your community by helping others learn as well.
Take a look at some of the photos we've gathered over the past couple semesters. We host many different events for WashU students to get involved in the CS community here.
The core team works behind the scenes to host all of the events for DSC WashU. Our core team is composed of Community Outreach Leads, Technical Leads, Event Planning Leads, Marketing Leads, and the DSC Lead.
Here's a list of commonly asked questions to get you started. If these don't answer your questions, feel free to contact us!
How can I get involved?
What's unique about DSC WashU?
DSC WashU focuses on collaborative project-based learning and hands-on experience. We try to expose students to real world problems and pair them with the right community partners and team members to tackle them.
What are the requirements to apply to Google's Annual Solution Challenge?
If you’re a St. Louis business or organization that needs tech help, you’re in the right place! DSC Wash U builds technology solutions for FREE. Simply contact us at the email below and we'll get back to you.