Welcome! Microsoft offers a wide range of software, programs, and events to help students succeed. We invite you to take full advantage of the free programs below to help you jump-start your career.
Edwin has been working at Microsoft for almost 9 years, and his mission is to get students excited about technology and maximize the skill sets needed to enter the workforce with a competitive edge.
Stay connected and up-to-date on the latest events and programs by joining our new local Microsoft NERD College Students Facebook Group.
Microsoft DreamSpark™ is simple; it's all about giving students Microsoft professional-level developer and designer tools at no charge so you can chase your dreams and create the next big breakthrough in technology — or just get a head start on your career.
MSDN Academic Alliance is a membership program for eligible academic departments to make available the latest of over 500 professional-level software products in labs, classrooms, and on student PCs.
Microsoft IT Academy Student Pass provides 12-22 hours of free eLearning resources to increase your technical knowledge and improve your skills using Microsoft technologies.
Are you an undergraduate or graduate researcher, student inventor, or budding entrepreneur? Venture Well East will set you on an inside track through a series of workshops that will accelerate your idea or venture toward funding and commercialization.
The beginning developer content starts with the very basics and guides you through step-by-step to becoming a full-fledged developer. Once you're ready, become a champion and show off your project.
Microsoft's DigiGirlz programs give high school girls the opportunity to learn about careers in technology, connect with Microsoft employees, and participate in hands-on computer and technology workshops.
Kodu is a new visual programming language made specifically for creating games. It is designed to be accessible and enjoyable for anyone.
XNA technology makes game development easier and enables you to create games for Windows and Xbox 360. Then share the game with your friends.
Deciding where to start your career can be as nerve-wracking as it is exciting. Maybe you don’t know exactly what you want to do. The good thing is, at Microsoft, you have lots of options. Check out our careers web site and this fun video on “Life at Microsoft.”
S2B connects students with entry-level jobs and internships at Microsoft partners and provides students unique training opportunities to improve student employability.
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