ISLAMABAD: Microsoft engaged in local ecosystem of Pakistan to help students developers and startups to achieve more has around 190 Student Partners from universities across the country.
These Partners are highly technical individuals evangelizing technology at their campuses from platform of Microsoft.
According to Microsoft here on Friday, as part of community service it has launched various programmes including DreamSpark BizSpark technical trainings Microsoft Student Partners (MSP) and many more.
Microsoft Student Partners (MSPs) are student technology leaders empowered to build Microsoft communities on their campus and share their deep knowledge and passion for technology with their fellow classmates.
MSPs are taken aboard worldwide spanning more than 100 countries around the world.
There are around 190 MSPs from universities across Pakistan and are appreciated time to time by Microsoft by various means on basis of their performance as compared to their fellow MSPs within Pakistan and worldwide.
Sarah Ahmad is a young Microsoft Student Partner from University of Engineering & Technology Lahore who was recently awarded title of MSP Hero, one out of 2 in Middle East & Africa region by Microsoft, acknowledging her efforts for the IT community, Microsoft Virtual Academy certifications, technical trainings and helping out community members within and outside her university.
She was officially invited by Microsoft to attend annual MEA MSP Summit in Egypt.
Sarah Ahmad has also been featured in a Girls Who code video on Microsoft Channel 9 with 12 other MSPs from the Middle East & Africa region as part of women empowerment initiative.
In the video girls share their story on how they started coding and their experience with it.