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How MOS Skills Help Me in Medical School

Nestled in the southern portion of Europe, Bulgaria is a beautiful country with rich heritage. Plus, it’s the home of 2016 MOS World Champion, Georgi Boshev. Georgi has used his MOS certifications and success at the competition in a more non-traditional way. Read the interview below to find out how Georgi has leveraged his technological […]

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Getting Certified Got Me an Internship at Microsoft

Pakistan is home to over 193 million people, which can make standing out a little tough. But where there’s a will, there’s a way. Waqas Ali, former MOS World Champion and MOS Word and MOS PowerPoint certified user, knew that earning his Microsoft Office Specialist certification would help him stand out from the crowd. And […]

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Paving the Path to an Ivy-League College with Certification

Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) is considered one of the top universities in the United States. Getting accepted, however, is definitely not an easy task. In 2016, only 7.9% of applicants were accepted. Basically, overcoming the odds and being accepted is no small feat. Just ask former MOS World Champion, Tyler Millis. Tyler is definitely […]

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Getting Paid before a Job Offer: MOS Certification Changes the Rules

Now this seems counterintuitive. How can you get a big check before you actually get a job? Just ask Floridian student and Microsoft Office Specialist, Cory Bolles. Cory participated in the 2013 MOS US National Championship, winning his category and moving on to take third place at the MOS World Championship. Now earning a $1000 […]

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MOS Certification Got Me a Job at 15!

Certifiably confident, and rightfully so! In a recent interview with a past MOS US National Championship competitor, we were surprised to see just how much certification can change a student’s perspective on more than just technology. Ashley Masters, a senior at Kalama High School in Washington state, former MOS US National Championship competitor and FBLA […]

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