The Integral Fellows Award was initiated in 2009 to recognize and support Microsoft alumni that are making meaningful differences in the daily lives of others by using their talents, time, and resources. On a local, regional, national or global scale, these extraordinary alumni are achieving measurable results in many capacities. They may have started a nonprofit organization of their own or perhaps they contributed as an exceptional manager or volunteer. Their efforts may not be glamorous, but they have created positive impact and inspired our community to make a difference. To meet our Fellows, visit the Integral Fellows page.
There are over 100 nonprofits — local, regional, national, and global in scope — that benefit from the involvement of Microsoft Alumni. Many alumni founded or currently lead a nonprofit; many more are outspoken advocates and volunteers for nonprofits. We provide visibility for these organizations by advertising events and sharing their news via social platforms. They are also listed in the Nonprofit Directory where you can find contact information and volunteer opportunities. Learn more about our upcoming alumni nonprofit events here.
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