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Congratulations to the 2016 MOS U.S. National Championship Fall Qualifier Winners

What an exciting way to kick-off the 2016 MOS U.S. National Championship! We had more exams entered during the fall semester than we’ve ever seen before. Ready for the highlights? Forty-nine states participated Over 211,000 exams were entered Over 136,000 unique students entered their exams Entries were submitted from over 3,500 Certiport Authorized Testing Centers […]

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Microsoft Office Specialist Champions Safe in Nepal

Certiport is very happy to learn two Nepalese students who competed in its 2013 Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) World Championship in Washington, D.C. are safe following Saturday’s Nepal earthquake. Himal Shrestha, named the 2013 World Champion in Microsoft Excel 2010, and Prabin Sapkota were participants in the prestigious competition. Both men used the Nepal Earthquake […]

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Adding Arts Education and Industry-Recognized Certification to STEM Education

Certiport recently contributed to the STEM-focused March Issue of Techniques Magazine. Seven in 10 hiring managers agree that students are unprepared for the workplace and lack the necessary skills to succeed there. STEM education is combating these numbers by preparing students with many of the skills required for success in today’s rapidly growing industries; however, […]

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Empower Your Students and Your Career at CERTIFIED 2015

Certiport recently announced the 2015 CERTIFIED Educator Conference, the first of its kind dedicated to helping educators bring the full power and potential of technology certification to the classroom.  Educators are invited to attend CERTIFIED from June 18-20, 2015 in Orlando, Florida at the Buena Vista Palace Hotel and Spa.  To register please visit […]

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Technology Training in High Schools Impacts the Corporate World

Recently I came across a news brief about a high school student named Morgan Autrey who excelled when she was hired to input data at a local business. Seeing someone so young making a difference in the corporate world was impressive, but I noticed something else about the article — Autrey had earned Microsoft Office Specialist […]

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