How to become a Microsoft Learn Student Ambassador

What do you mean?

What does being a Microsoft Learn Student Ambassador actually mean?

What are the benefits of being a Microsoft Learn student ambassador?

  1. Office 365 Subscription: Best-in-class apps like Excel and Outlook; powerful cloud services like OneDrive and Microsoft Teams are offered free of cost.
  2. TechSmith offer for SnagIt and Camtasia: Snagit software for screen capturing with built-in advanced image editing, and Camtasia software for video editing to create polished, professional-looking videos. These are worth around 30,000 INR.
  3. Visual Studio subscription: Comprehensive tools and services to design, build and deploy complex enterprise applications.
  4. Microsoft Product Keys: Free Microsoft Professional Keys for Office, Windows, Visio, etc. (all variants).
  5. Azure $150 monthly credits: Ambassadors receives $150 in monthly Azure credits to experiment with and learn about Azure services. With these credits they can develop apps in their favorite language with Web Apps, build their very own bots with Bot Service, and learn to manage data effectively with HDInsight — just to name a few.
  6. Free Training: Free training via Microsoft Learn and directly from Microsoft professionals.
  7. LinkedIn Premium Account: Free LinkedIn Learning and Premium account for the entire 6 months.
  8. Subway: Food and Refreshment support by Subway on conducting events (Even though it is currently discontinued).
  9. Expense Reimbursement: Microsoft Learn Student Ambassador is eligible for event support including access to the Expense Reimbursement Program where you get the reimbursement for all the expenditures made by you during the event under certain policies.
  10. Other benefits: You get to build a network with Microsoft professionals, and get a chance to attend MVP annual summits.

How do I apply?

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  • Inspire- What excites you about technology and why you want to help other students explore and learn?
  • Teach- How would you take a technical concept and teach it to a friend or peer that has never heard of it?
  • Promote- If you were hosting an event at your school, how would you get students to attend?

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What is the deadline to apply?

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