Employers: Hire the next generation of IT workers
The S2B Program makes it possible to recruit the best students and recent
that have the skills in Microsoft technologies your business needs. Do you have
a project, internship, or full time position and need tech savvy students? S2B
the answer. Register today and post your open positions, search for candidates,
and make a connection. By registering for Students to Business, employers get
to our network of hundreds of thousands of students around the world looking for
their first career move.
These students have demonstrable skills with Microsoft technology by
in one of Microsoft’s Academic Programs – programs such as DreamSpark, IT
Imagine Cup, and more. Many are Microsoft Certified Professionals seeking to
in and make an impact for your business today.
Putting technology in the hands of individuals who make a difference, is always inspiring. Alfred Nobel, himself would have been impressed to hear the youth gathered in his home town of Stockholm recently to share their innovative, change-making ideas to take on some of society’s tougher issues. Microsoft Innovate4Good is a global initiative that aims to empower youth to change their world and harness the power of technology in driving social change.
Microsoft OneNote has helped reduce student drop-out rates in Norway. The country has made large investments in ICT education in recent years. What are the effects of these investments? How have they provided optimal learning and better outcomes for students?
Students report that the operating system makes it easy to view information without opening applications. The Microsoft in Education team talks with Heiki Tähis, Head of IT and CIO of the Tallinn Polytechnic School in Estonia, about the school’s adoption of the Windows 8 operating system.
Traditionally, young people are educated to become competent employees. This has been the goal for many years and has proved to be essential for the development and growth of modern society. For many years the educational systems has fostered an increasing number of educated and trained individuals for the benefit of the individual and society.
If you were an employer looking for a young person to recruit, would you rather hire someone with impeccable academic credentials or someone who you knew can communicate effectively, has good organizational skills, can take decisions independently, bring the best from others to achieve common goals?