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New Career Campaign From Microsoft Learning

New Career Campaign From Microsoft Learning

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UPDATED 27 October 2009 with the correct expiration date for the E-Learning Collections discount (thanks, Lain!).

Whether you are currently unemployed, looking for a promotion, or trying to become indispensible in your existing role, Microsoft has launched a new Career Campaign to provide learning paths and guidance to help you get trained for some of the top IT job roles in the industry. These learning paths focus on some of the most popular applications, such as Windows, SQL Server, Windows Server and Exchange. Click Here to visit Microsoft’s Career Campaign portal.

To help accelerate your career plan, Microsoft is also providing discounts and special offers for you to get started:

  • Up to 25% off select Certification Exams until December 31, 2009 (while supplies last)
  • Classroom Training Career Packages for Windows 7, Windows Server 2008 R2 and SQL Server 2008 – packages include training, a Certification exam, and free software
  • 25% off select E-Learning Collections until June 30, 2010

Click Here to visit the Career Offer page.


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  • I can see how the date for the certification examinations might apply - even though that date isn't very far off, but I'm guessing the e-learning date is a typo? ("until June 30, 2009")



  • @Lain: thanks for catching the typo!  I've updated the post to reflect the correct date.


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