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MCP TechMentor 2000: Call for Speakers

Are you an IT maven who can turn technical topics into interactive, thought-provoking discussions? We're looking for Windows NT/2000 experts to speak at our <i>MCP TechMentor 2000 Conferences</i>, cur

Call for speakers: We are currently planning our MCP TechMentor 2000 Conferences and, with an expanded roster, we've opened up a few speaking opportunities for savvy IT professionals with proven Windows NT, BackOffice, and Windows 2000 experience (the more extensive, the better). It's an opportunity for you and your company to gain added exposure and influence among the NT and Win2K community.

In order to be considered for a spot on the roster, you must:

  • Currently hold a valid Microsoft premium title (MCSE, MCSD, MCSE+Internet, MCDBA)
  • Have proven public speaking skills
  • Have three or more years of experience in the IT field
  • Provide at least one well-organized, outlined topic for presentation (preferably in Word format)

    For consideration, send your proposal (including a working title and detailed description) to Editor@mcpmag.com; on the Subject line, you must include "Speaking at TechMentor 2000" in your initial inquiry.

    Note: MCP TechMentor 2000 Conference dates and locations will be posted in coming weeks.

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