Mark Rosenberg, Technical Trainer of New Horizons Computer Learning Centers, was recently recognized as a Most Valuable Professional (MVP) by Microsoft for his eighth consecutive year.
As one of the biggest names in the industry, Microsoft has attracted a significant amount of attention recently. With a new operating system on the way and a fresh incarnation of Office rolling out, there’s been a lot of buzz surrounding these Microsoft programs.
Microsoft recognizes Tiffany Wallace of New Horizons Computer Learning Centers as a dynamic female in the tech industry in its latest eBook, 12 Amazing Tech Jobs and the Women Who Rock Them.
Fresh Editions is a new functionality Microsoft has enabled for customers who purchase a digital MOC textbook, giving them access to all versions of the same textbook using the Skillpipe e-reader. When a student elects to take a course from New Horizons, a Microsoft training partner, they will be able to get updates and revisions of that digital MOC textbook at no charge for the life of that course.*
Conshohocken, PA—June 13, 2013 - New Horizons Computer Learning Centers today announced it has been selected as a finalist for the Microsoft Learning Partner of the Year Award.
New Horizons' Director of Partner Alliances, Tiffany Wallace, was recently interviewed by Barb Levisay for the Redmond Channel Partner website on the growth and value of Learning Partners within customer relations.