If you attended a university that's "gone Google" or sought out Google products on your own, you've learned how to use Apps to collaborate and communicate with your professors and peers. With this in mind, Google have created the "Google Guides" program to help you take your Google Apps expertise to your future job.
"When you become a Google Guide, we'll equip you with resources to introduce and implement Apps in your workplace. You'll make an immediate impact by saving your company money and facilitating collaboration among coworkers. Once your company is up and running with Google Apps, you'll get to continue using all the Apps tools you learned and loved in college--not to mention be known as your company's in-house Google expert," Google stated.
If you're not sure where you'll be picking up your paycheck yet, don't fret. The Google Guides program also provides tips and tools for your job search, including resume templates.
[Source: Google blog]