Microsoft has open applications inviting tertiary students in Ghana to apply as Microsoft Student Partner(MSP) on their various campuses. The Microsoft Student Partner Program is aimed at equipping students with the necessary skills and knowledge particularly about Microsoft products and all relevant information needed to survive in the 21st Century. According to Microsoft “Every day, in more than 100 countries around the world, thousands of Microsoft Student Partners (MSPs) share their deep knowledge and passion for technology with their fellow students. They master the latest technical content provided by Microsoft Imagine and share what they learn, building leadership and communication skills along with technical expertise”.
WHAT WOULD YOU DO AS AN MSP OR HOW DO YOU BENEFIT?
1 . As an MSP, you’ll be informed about the latest Microsoft technologies.
2. You will acquire the tools and training to lead technology discussions on your campus.
3. You will demonstrate the newest technologies, host tech events, and connect with like-minded students and faculty.
4. You will lead the Microsoft Student Community at your campus.
5. You will work closely with Microsoft and the other MSPs, and build and important network of contacts.
6. You will get a proof of your MSP participation that can be used when you apply for work.
7. You will experience DREAMSPARK! https://www.dreamspark.com/what-is-dreamspark.aspx
ELIGIBILITY TO BE AN MSP
*Be fully enrolled in an accredited tertiary institution.
*Have a passion for technology and the need to share that passion.
* Be ready to learn and have fun.
If you meet the above criteria, then apply now by clicking on the sign up button on this page.
A Microsoft Student Partner in Zimbabwe had this to share about the MSP Program “In a world where youth unemployment continues to rise, it’s imperative to provide students with the tools and skills for career readiness. According to Pew Research, many 21st century employers specifically require Microsoft Office or Microsoft Office-related skill. In fact, the only software package called out within the top 20 skills across all occupations is Microsoft Office”.