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New England 

Microsoft New England is more than just a great facility that’s home to great teams. This is a place where creativity and innovation reign, a chance to develop cutting edge technology and to find new ways to use that technology to impact peoples’ lives, both in our community and around the world.

We love to discover, teach, tinker, learn, and bring out the best in each other. If you do too, we’d love to have you join us in empowering every person and organization on the planet to achieve more.
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MAIDAP: Join us on the leading edge of AI

A new technology paradigm is emerging, one with an intelligent cloud and an intelligent edge. To foster Microsoft’s leadership in this field, Microsoft has launched a ground-breaking program to develop the next generation of leaders in AI. Located at the Microsoft New England Research and Development Center (NERD), the Microsoft AI Development Acceleration Program (MAIDAP), is an early-in-career program for new graduates to gain exposure to a diverse set of AI opportunities at Microsoft. Every summer, a new cohort begins a two-year rotation program.

MAIDAP offers recent BS/MS/PhD graduates the opportunity to collaborate with product groups across Microsoft by providing AI as a service in solving some of our most exciting and challenging AI problems.

Learn more about the MAIDAP program

The Microsoft Garage Internship Program

The Garage internship offers a unique opportunity to work in small teams and hack on contemporary technology. Interns partner with engineering teams to build and ship strategic experiments that build engineering capabilities and customer savvy. These high impact programs offer opportunities for innovative people to learn new technologies, work closely with people of all different backgrounds, and help foster a culture—on a team, in a division, and at the company—in which people are empowered, self-directed, and nimble.

Candidates should be currently enrolled students with an academic focus in engineering, computer science, or other relevant fields. 
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