STUDENT PROGRAMS

-By Rohan Kumar

In today world’s there are many programs and community are there for helping students to get more and enrich themselves.
The main focus of any program is to Upskills students in every way whether it is technical or non-technical. Being a part of these programs makes students bolder towards their upcoming careers and good leader.

What are the benefits?
Learning
Communication skills
Valuable Connection
Get all tips by industry leader
Leader quality
And many more….
There are various programs as following:-

1.Microsoft Student Learn Ambassador [MLSA]

This is the program run by Microsoft company to help students to get learn more things and help others and Engaged your self to the community.

As Student Ambassadors, you’re in a unique position to solve real-world problems, establish yourselves as mentors and leaders in your communities, and amplify your impact. And now, your experience is fully online with support for students in virtual learning, making it easier than ever to build on your knowledge while you make a difference. Microsoft Learn is where everyone comes to learn—and as Student Ambassadors, you’re everywhere, learning new skills and helping others do the same.

Key Factors

Connect directly with experts and mentors at Microsoft.

Learn the skills that will help you land your dream job.

Earn recognition and build your reputation as a tech insider and leader.

Pay it forward by sharing your expertise, creating opportunities for other students, and making meaningful progress on issues—not just locally, but globally.

2. Github campus Experts

Campus Expert is a student trained to build a strong technical community, on campus. As well as training, Campus Experts have access to resources and support from GitHub, such as swag, sponsorship, and the opportunity to attend events like GitHub Universe.

To become a GitHub Campus Expert, you must be 18 years of age or over and a student in good standing at a post-secondary institution. Also, you must complete the Campus Expert training. The training takes will be online, and can be done at your own pace.

Campus Experts are student leaders that strive to build diverse and inclusive spaces to learn skills, share their experiences, and build projects together. They can be found across the globe leading in-person and online conferences, meetups, and hackathons, and maintaining open source projects.

Apply Now:- https://education.github.com/experts

3. Developer Circles from Facebook

Developer Circles is a community-driven program that’s free to join and open to any developer. Each Developer Circle is led by members of the local community who act as leads for the circle, organizing events offline and managing a local online Facebook community.

Passionate community leaders can apply to lead a Developer Circle by navigating to the Find a Circle section and selecting the city for which they would want to apply. If there isn’t an open circle in the city selected, the option to apply to become a leader will appear. You can join Developer circles nearby your city and state.

Members receive coaching from technology experts, collaborate with like-minded peers, and take part in a range of building initiatives.

Each Developer Circle is managed by a developer community leader who hosts local events, supports an online Facebook Group, and shares the latest news on Facebook products.

Aimed at advanced developers and creators, our tailored resources will help you take your software solutions to the next level.

Apply Now:- https://developers.facebook.com/developercircles/

4. Developer Students Club

Google Developer Student Clubs are community groups for college and university students interested in Google developer technologies. Students from all undergraduate or graduate programs with an interest in growing as a developer are welcome. By joining a DSC, students grow their knowledge in a peer-to-peer learning environment and build solutions for local businesses and their communities.

How to apply for DSC

  1. Check whether there is an existing Google Developer Student Club on your campus if there is be part of it and help them in organizing a meetup. Else talk to your college and set up a club on your campus.
  2. Apply for the Google DSC Lead and wait for the email.

Developer Student Club (DSC) is a Google Developers program for university students. It is a Google community that is designed to help students build their mobile and web development skills and knowledge. … Thus, presenting them with a great opportunity to become a part of Google’s ecosystem.

Apply Now: https://developers.google.com/community/dsc

5. AWS Educate Student Ambassador

The AWS Educate Student Ambassador Program gives AWS Educate student members recognition, access to career development opportunities, and other benefits for helping their peers learn about AWS Educate. The program is available to AWS Educate student members globally ages 18+ who are enrolled at a public or private school, college, or university.

An AWS Educate Student Ambassador is:

Innovative: They motivate peers to learn about technology, specifically AWS.

Resourceful: They find creative and frugal ways to introduce AWS Educate to their peers and faculty.

A Community Builder: They build relationships and strengthen ties within their academic communities.

An Expert in AWS: They know AWS technology at an advanced level, and they stay on top of trends.

Apply Now: https://aws.amazon.com/education/awseducate/student-ambassador-program/

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