Looking for students worldwide to help with the OneNote Object Model

This is great news: the shared source OneNote OM at www.codeplex.com/onom has been selected as a beta project for our “Students to Business” program.  We are currently looking for some students to complete some tasks with the OM – more details on the program in general are at http://blogs.msdn.com/usacademic/archive/2008/03/10/hey-genius-want-a-job-get-connected.aspx?CommentPosted=true.  That site in turn links with the enrollment page and once enrolled, you can see the positions open.


For this project, we are looking for students from the Philippines, Italy, Netherlands, Turkey, Egypt, Croatia, Poland, Portugal, Mexico, Venezuela, and/or Colombia.   In general, selected students will be given some task to complete with the OneNote object model.  It may not be obvious, but once you get to the opening page on the links above, the language used is the language of the nation mentioned, and none of them are English (I’m assuming my audience for this blog is mostly English as a primary language).  


There is no cost to enroll, and if I read the site correctly, there are openings other than the one for which OneNote is involved.  Be sure to check it out, and please share this post with any students you know from the countries listed.  Even if you are not a student from one of these countries, be sure to check the OM site and make your own contribution.


Questions, concerns, comments and criticism always welcome,