As you may know, March is Women's History Month in the United States. Through a variety of avenues, efforts are made throughout the month to highlight contributions women have made - and are making - to society. This month is set aside to correspond with International Women's Day which is celebrated on March 8th. It's well known that the technology industry tends to be filled with men, so celebrating these two occasions gives Microsoft an opportunity to also celebrate the thousands of women who work with us and the millions of women who are our customers, candidates, and partners. You can also become a fan of Women at Microsoft on Facebook.

In this spirit Services/CSS is hosting two different events to help celebrate women in technology:

Monday March 8th: International Women's Day
Microsoft Services will be celebrating International Women’s day by holding an International event to talk about why Diversity and Inclusion is a priority for our business and why here at Microsoft there are no Boundaries only unlimited Potential. Join us to explore a career with no boundaries only unlimited potential. Learn why Diversity and Inclusion is one of Microsoft top priorities through online presentation and webcasts. Participate at online chats with company representatives. Times to be announced shortly. To find out more please visit: http://www.careernomics.com/microsoft.

Thursday March 11th: Women in Technology PQO Webinar
Microsoft Services is hosting a Webinar on Thursday, March 11th at 6:00 PM Eastern time for technology professionals interested in learning more about careers within our Product Quality Online organization, with a detailed look into the “The Future of Support”.

This virtual event will feature a PowerPoint presentation delivered via MS Live Meeting and audio conferencing by a select group of featured guest speakers and leaders from within the Microsoft Product Quality Online organization,
 Some of the key roles are Software Development Engineers, Software Development Engineers in Test, and Program Managers, concluding with an interactive online Q&A.

An RSVP is required to attend this event. http://pqowebinar.eventbrite.com/