Empowering Through Better Understanding

Find out what the Microsoft Dynamics team in Asia got up to when they visited SPD’s headquarters in March.

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A First-Time Volunteer Helps Students Experience the Joy of Learning

This post is part of a series that highlights Microsoft employees in Asia Pacific who are providing their expertise and time to NGO organisations, creating a positive impact in their local community, and inspiring others along the way. Dashing out a slideshow presentation on the computer or editing a video on a smartphone may sound…

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Employee Volunteers Step Up to Serve their Communities

Microsoft has an enduring commitment to fulfill our public responsibilities and serve the needs of people in communities where we work worldwide. Employees are encouraged to contribute their time and resources to impact their communities. The following is a glimpse of what some of our employees have done recently to serve the needs of the…

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Code Equality: Making Computer Science More Accessible in Malaysia

The two founders of Code Equality, Sher Minn Chong (left) and Wunmin Wong, are passionate about providing young Malaysians more opportunities to learn computer science When Wunmin Wong and Sher Minn Chong founded the nonprofit Code Equality last year, they set out to promote equal opportunities for young people in Malaysia to learn computer science….

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Microsoft Tops 100 Best Corporate Citizens Ranking

Microsoft recently topped CR Magazine’s 2015 list of the 100 Best Corporate Citizens, in recognition of our performance and strong track record in responsible corporate practices. Among public companies in the US, Microsoft leads in the overall ranking based on criteria such as environment, climate change, employee relations, human rights, governance, finance, and philanthropy and…

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Imparting Knowledge through Mentorship and Volunteering

This post is part of a series that highlights Microsoft employees in Asia Pacific who are providing their expertise and time to NGO organisations, creating a positive impact in their local community and inspiring others along the way. “I’ve been taught that a privileged life should be lived in service to others,” said Katrina Turner,…

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Volunteering, Leading and Gaming to Make a Difference

This post is part of a series of articles that highlight Microsoft employees in Asia who are creating a positive impact in their local community, and inspiring others along the way. If you visit the Amsa Rehabilitation Centre in South Korea on a weekend, there is a good chance you will bump into Neung-Seon Shin….

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12 Days of Giving Brighten the Holidays in Singapore

Day 1Fifteen employee volunteers used their flair for artmaking by working together with 40 children from Canossaville Children’s Home to create Christmas decorations, including paper ornaments, ice-cream stick snowflakes and crepe paper pom poms, to liven up their premises! Day 2Back by popular demand, we headed down to the historical Red Cross House to give…

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Microsoft Training Centres to Open at 56 Tertiary Institutions in Nepal

In a landmark move, Microsoft Nepal has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with 56 tertiary institutions to help equip IT, engineering and management undergraduates with relevant skills when they enter the workforce. The project aims to reach over 69,000 students in two years, the majority of whom would be based in the capital city…

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