The MVP Mentor Program connects students who want to learn more about Microsoft technologies with today’s leading independent experts, Microsoft MVPs. Our goal is to foster the next generation of technologists to be leaders in their fields and communities.
Microsoft MVPs are experts in their communities in over 90 technologies and are from as many countries. No matter where you are located, or what you want to learn, we have the perfect mentor for you!
If you have any questions, or need help finding a mentor please reach out!
We are proud to collaborate with other Microsoft studentgroups who also engage with today’s brightest young minds. Together, we givestudents who show a deep desire and aptitude to be leading technologists thesupport and guidance they need to achieve their dreams and change the world.
Microsoft Student Partners
Microsoft Student Partners (MSPs) are budding Microsoft technologyexperts who share their knowledge with their peers. They support other studentsin their technology studies, and generally serve as the leading Microsoftleaders in their communities. The MSP Program nurtures these leaders tobuild their skills and ignite their technology careers.
Visit the MSP website to learn more.
Microsoft Imagine Cup
Microsoft Imagine Cup is the world's premier student technologycompetition. All eligible students are invited to use their imagination andpassion to create a technology solution in one of many different competitionsand challenges. By competing, these students are breaking new ground and areworking to solve tough problems facing the world today.
Visit the Imagine Cup website to learn more.
DigiGirlz is a Microsoft YouthSpark program that gives highschool girls the opportunity to learn about careers in technology, connect withMicrosoft employees, and participate in hands-on computer and technologyworkshops.
Visit the DigiGirlz website to learn more.
The UCrew Ambassador program identifies students in the USto be Microsoft representatives on their college campuses and gives them theopportunity to host events for students to learn marketing communication,leadership principles, and business management.
Visit the UCrew website to learn more.
The Technology Education and Literacy in Schools (TEALS) Program
The TEALS Program brings together engineers from companiesacross the technology industry, as well as national academic institutions, toclose the gap between skilled computer science graduates and growing computerscience job opportunities begins with education.
Visit the TEALS website to learn more.
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