[Eecs-news-links] FW: Microsoft Opportunity for Students
tina.batten at oregonstate.edu
Fri Jun 21 13:05:01 PDT 2013
From: Randy Guthrie (RANDY) [Randy.Guthrie at microsoft.com]
Sent: Friday, June 21, 2013 12:44 PM
To: Batten, Tina
Subject: Microsoft Opportunity for Students
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The Microsoft Student Partner (MSP) program is for students who chase their technology career dreams.
Dear Professor Batten,
Do you know students passionate about technology? Do you want to get them started on a path to a successful career in the technology industry?
The MSP program is a great opportunity for students to be the voice of Microsoft on campus and lay the foundation of a great leadership career in technology. Learn more about the opportunity here.<http://www.facebook.com/MicrosoftStudentPartnersUS.>
Forward this mail to strong candidates to Apply by July 31st at http://aka.ms/MSPapplication
Why is being an MSP awesome?
* Network with Microsoft, partners and the industry,
* Experiences to boost resume and start a career in technology, and
* Hands-on experience with the latest and coolest technologies.
What does an MSP do on campus?
* Share their passion for Microsoft technology with students and faculty,
* Motivate students to become published app developers,
* Use social media to share exciting Microsoft news and student opportunities, and
* Throw awesome campus parties and tech events!
“Being an MSP has granted me numerous opportunities to demo Microsoft products, meet new people, gain experience and work on my presentation skills. The benefits of an MSP are exceptional and it does look great on your resume!”
-Jamar Salmon-SPSU MSP
To learn more about the MSP program, check out our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/MicrosoftStudentPartnersUS<https://www.facebook.com/MicrosoftStudentPartnersUS>.
Randy Guthrie, PhD
Microsoft Technology Evangelist [US-West]
Office (Denver) +1 720-528-1660
Mobile +1 303-646-7837
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