In college, I have to admit, I had a Mac.  A Mac Plus with 2MB of RAM (I put the second 1 MB SIMM in myself) and a 40 MB (yes, megabyte) external hard drive that cost me an obscene amount of money - all I knew is I never again had to swap disks when playing Lode Runner or loading Word...

I digress.  College was a great time - socially, musically, athletically, and most importantly, technically.  It defined my passions and interest in the career I have now.  I was fortunate to have a part time job in the UCSB Microcomputer lab (thanks Bill K) in which to explore, feed and enrich that interest.

Now all college students have an opportunity to experience that enrichment... talk about a cool job!  If you're not a student in college, but know one (or have one), feel free to pass along the information, link and deadline!

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About the Microsoft® Student Partners (MSP) Program

The Microsoft® Student Partners (MSP) Program recognizes top young minds from around the world who are passionate about technology and marketing. It’s a once in a lifetime opportunity to develop real world skills to help students succeed in their future career, to help others learn about technology and to connect with other like-minded students, all while having a ton of fun along the way!  

MSPs are encouraged to share their passion and knowledge and to undertake a number of fun activities on campus such as hosting Xbox gaming tournaments, planning & marketing events, demoing new technologies, hosting Tech Talks with student developers, and blogging about their experiences & passions.  In return MSPs get access to numerous benefits including Microsoft software, reference materials, and training, as well as privileged information about future opportunities. If you are passionate about technology or marketing, we want to hear from you!

To apply, US students should visit http://us.student-partners.com and submit an application by the 5/31/08 Deadline.