Want to Become MCP Magazine Editor-for-a-Day?

Become Editor-for-a-Day and help formulate editorial content for a future issue. Plus, win a free expenses-paid trip to MCP TechMentor!

What are the IT issues most on your mind? What technology would you like to see explained? What products do you want to see reviewed in our pages?

As our "Editor for a Day," you'll have your chance to get those questions answered! An upcoming issue of Microsoft Certified Professional Magazine will designate one reader as the magazine's editor. If that reader is you, you'll get a first-hand experience of what it's like to be in charge of a publication.

You'll call the shots; you'll help determine what stories are written. You'll even sit in on an editorial meeting, just as if you're one of the staff--because, for this issue, you are.

But first, you have to show us that you have what it takes to work for MCP Magazine. Go online to and fill out a short form that tells us about who you are and why you'd make a great editor. You'll have to convince us with a brief essay, so make sure your writing is clear, concise and direct.

The person selected will also win a trip to our fall TechMentor conference in San Jose, California, a $3,000 value, where you'll meet with senior editors in person.

But hurry! You must enter before midnight on March 14, 2004. In the publishing business, deadlines wait for no one!

About the Author

Dian L. Schaffhauser is a freelance writer based in Northern California.


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