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  • Blog Post: Celebrating International Women's Day

    Microsoft Services is proud to celebrate International Women's Day, today. To get an idea of why we're celebrating 100 years of International Women's Day, Daniel Craig and Dame Judy Dench teamed up to put a Bond style spin on the occasion. See the video below and read the full article from the Guardian...
  • Blog Post: News RoundUp: October 1 - 11

    For a few reasons you heard about Microsoft in the news over the last couple of weeks. If you were on vacation or had your head otherwise preoccupied, here are the highlights: If you fly on Delta in October and peruse their in-flight magazine, you will have to watch for a 30-page article on North...
  • Blog Post: Meet Jane

    Our friends and colleagues who manage the Women at Microsoft diversity group have a whole heap of videos profiling different women in different roles in Microsoft. It's great fun to peruse the videos and learn more about the employees here, as well as the variety of work we all do. Even being an employee...
  • Blog Post: CSS UK Hosts DigiGirlz

    We've talked about DigiGirlz on this blog before. You can catch up on those posts right over here . Read ahead to learn more about the UK event held at the end of June. Our UK staffing consultant, Charna, shared with us this info and pictures: "We had a fantastic day on Friday from our UK Digigirlz...
  • Blog Post: Happy Ada Lovelace Day!

    In case you didn't know, here's how you can impress your friends tonight: this week marked Ada Lovelace day (it was actually yesterday), an annual day dedicated to commemorate Ada Lovelace and the achievements of women in technology and science. With that in mind, ZDNet has started a series profiling...
  • Blog Post: Events: Women in Technology

    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...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft & Barbie: Like Peanut Butter & Jelly?

    Well, maybe not at first glance. But, the fine folks over at Mattel are letting the public vote on what Barbie's - culture maven and icon - next big career move will be. Options range from architect to environmentalist to...computer engineer! Which Microsoft certainly has a lot in common with. In...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft GM is named to Out & Equal's Board of Directors

    A very hearty congratulations to Megan Wallent, Microsoft GM for Server & Tools Business, who recently joined the board of directors for national organization Out & Equal Workplace Advocates: "Out & Equal™ Workplace Advocates is the pre-eminent national organization devoted to the lesbian...
  • Blog Post: 35 Under 35

    Last summer I found out that CSS's own Jennifer Narum was a proud member of the inaugural class for the United Way's new "35 Under 35" program. We were able to connect recently and I asked her about her experience with the program as well as her experience at Microsoft. While this year's nominations...
  • Blog Post: Charlotte Hosts DigiGirlz Camps

    Earlier this month our Charlotte campus hosted another DigiGirlz camp! From Microsoft's DigiGirlz website: " Microsoft is proud to offer technology programs specifically for youth. One of our signature programs, DigiGirlz High Tech Camp for girls, works to dispel stereotypes of the high-tech industry...
  • Blog Post: Women in Technology - North Carolina

    Over the next week we'll feature a few different stories about the efforts we take to recognize women in technology. Today one of our HR Business Partners wrote about a Charlotte event for Women in Technology (WIT) which took place in early July. Sounds like a great time was had by all! "The 2 nd...
  • Blog Post: #1 Company for Diverse Graduates

    Microsoft has recently been named by Diversity Edge magazine as the #1 place to work for graduates - and we couldn't be prouder! We're up from being #2 last year, partially due to the efforts of our GM of Diversity & Inclusion, Gwen Houston, who was featured on the cover with an accompanying interview...
  • Blog Post: America I AM and Microsoft

    America I AM: The African American Imprint is a touring museum exhibition which "celebrates nearly 500 years of African American contributions to this country" - and since it's been going strong for four years already, they know a thing or two about how to make this inventive, inspiring, exciting, and...
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