Seattle, WA (PRWEB) February 5, 2009
The Microsoft Alumni Network(MSA) has announced the launch of two special offers designed to help connect exiting and former Microsoft employees with companies looking to fill open positions with high-quality talent.
These special offers, which will last through March 31, 2009, include:
Free Job Postings for Third-Party Companies:
The Microsoft Alumni Network is currently offering free job postings to companies interested in targeting this qualified pool of more than 10,000 validated Microsoft alumni around the globe. Companies with open positions can post their jobs in the Opportunity Center online at: https://www.msanet.org/default.asp?pageID=car_postjob
Discounts for New Microsoft Alumni Members:
In an effort to help newly exiting Microsoft employees gain access to new job opportunities, a robust online community, a private social network of fellow alumni, and a broad range of personal and professional member benefits, the Microsoft Alumni Network is offering a "New Member Rate" of $99 (Standard Rate $130).
For over a decade, the Microsoft Alumni Network (MSA) has been the official organization for Microsoft Alumni worldwide. MSA helps support its members with a wide variety of benefits, including access to the Microsoft Company Store, job opportunities at Microsoft and other leading companies, competitive pricing on individual and small business health insurance and benefits, annual events, and other special privileges. Membership is open to authenticated former FTEs of Microsoft.
New members can register to join at:
For more information on the benefits of membership, visit:
About the Microsoft Alumni Network (MSA):
The Microsoft Alumni Network (MSA) is the official membership organization for Microsoft alumni worldwide. MSA was founded in 1995 to help support former Microsoft employees as they move on to pursue new opportunities. Today, MSA helps over 10,000 Microsoft alumni stay connected and benefit from valuable connections, career opportunities, and exclusive discounts on products and services. To learn more about the Microsoft Alumni Network, visit: http://www.msanet.org.