With the way the economy has been going lately it has never been more important to help students make the transition to regular employment on graduation. Microsoft is interested in helping students find entry-level jobs and internships in the Microsoft partner community — more than 10,000 U.S. companies. Microsoft wants to help companies to fill  open job requirements with available talent and building the pipeline of skilled workers in the technology industry. This is where the Students to Business (S2B) program comes into play.

You probably know that Microsoft provides unique training and certification opportunities to students, filling the gap between the skills that students graduate with and the skills needed for employment. Microsoft is committed to enabling students majoring in IT and CS. These creative and entrepreneurial students will drive the next wave of U.S. technology innovation. The S2B program encourages technology industry growth by connecting talented people to good jobs.

If you know a company looking to hire entry level position or a student or students looking to kick start their career than the S2B program may be able to help.

For More Information:

· U.S. Portal for Microsoft Students to Business: http://s2b.experience.com

· Microsoft Students to Business: http://www.microsoft.com/studentstobusiness