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Apply Today for GET HIP

Gallup's Technology Innovation Program for High School Students

Applications for the 2019-2020 program are due September 8, 2019

About GET Hip

Get real work experience in technology innovation.

There's no better way to develop your interest in technology and build your experience section on your college application than participating in an innovative tech program with one of the world's leading firms in analytics and advice.

GET HIP (Gallup's Education Taskforce -- High School Innovation Program) gives students in the Omaha metro area an inside look at the importance of technology in the workplace and the community.

This is your chance to develop your skills in web design with HTML, CSS and JavaScript by working on real-life projects -- like an app you invent -- that can improve your community and your friends' lives.

You'll be immersed in a crash course of today's technology over six Saturdays in fall 2019 and six Saturdays in spring 2020. You'll also receive mentoring from adults whose goal is to set you on a path for career success in addition to networking with others who have a passion for innovation.

No technology experience? Or are you a pro? Our program accepts both levels and challenges everyone.

And the best part? You'll compete for a six-week paid internship at Gallup's Riverfront Campus in summer 2020.

Here's what GET HIP students, teachers and parents have to say about their experiences:

The Details (Yes, even tech innovators need these!)

Who's eligible to apply?
High school freshmen, sophomores, juniors and seniors who attend school in the Omaha Metro area are eligible to apply for GET HIP.

Where will I need to be each Saturday?
1001 Gallup Drive, Omaha, NE 68102: Gallup's Riverfront Campus

What are the dates?
Six Saturdays in fall 2019 from Sept. 28-Nov. 9 and six Saturdays in spring 2020 from Jan. 25-Feb. 29

What time should I get there, and when does it end?
The program runs from 9 a.m.-1 p.m.

Whom should I contact if I have questions?

Your dedicated program leaders are Jim Collison and Jodi Kennedy. You can email them anytime at and