MOS (Master)

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  1. Chad Morgan

    Chad Morgan Guest

    Just out of curiosity, for all you MOS's out there, how
    do you display this cert on your resume?
    MOS
    MOSM
    MOS (Master)
    MOS - Master
    MS Office Specialist Master
    Microsoft Office Specialist Master

    Also, I know we're not supposed to used the MOS logo on
    resume's and such, but does anybody know if we can use
    the Master Instructor logo once we get it? I know that
    you can order business cards for yourself which have it
    already printed on there, but I didn't know if it was
    authorized for use elsewhere. Thanks

    -chad
     
    Chad Morgan, Sep 15, 2004
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  2. On Tue, 14 Sep 2004 17:13:59 -0700, "Chad Morgan"
    <> wrote:

    >Just out of curiosity, for all you MOS's out there, how
    >do you display this cert on your resume?
    >MOS
    >MOSM
    >MOS (Master)
    >MOS - Master
    >MS Office Specialist Master
    >Microsoft Office Specialist Master


    I only see the last 2 being usefull since not everybody knows what MOS
    means (even in the IT branch).

    >Also, I know we're not supposed to used the MOS logo on
    >resume's and such, but does anybody know if we can use
    >the Master Instructor logo once we get it? I know that
    >you can order business cards for yourself which have it
    >already printed on there, but I didn't know if it was
    >authorized for use elsewhere. Thanks


    No idea about that :)

    >-chad



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    Christian Grams, Sep 15, 2004
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  3. I see your point Christian because I've had several interviews where they've
    had no idea what MOS is. But at the top of my resume it currently reads like
    this:

    Chad D. Morgan, MCSD, MCDST, MOS (Master)

    It seems a bit lengthy to put:

    Chad D. Morgan, MCSD, MCDST, Microsoft Office Specialist Master

    Anybody else have any thoughts?

    "Christian Grams" wrote:

    > On Tue, 14 Sep 2004 17:13:59 -0700, "Chad Morgan"
    > <> wrote:
    >
    > >Just out of curiosity, for all you MOS's out there, how
    > >do you display this cert on your resume?
    > >MOS
    > >MOSM
    > >MOS (Master)
    > >MOS - Master
    > >MS Office Specialist Master
    > >Microsoft Office Specialist Master

    >
    > I only see the last 2 being usefull since not everybody knows what MOS
    > means (even in the IT branch).
    >
    > >Also, I know we're not supposed to used the MOS logo on
    > >resume's and such, but does anybody know if we can use
    > >the Master Instructor logo once we get it? I know that
    > >you can order business cards for yourself which have it
    > >already printed on there, but I didn't know if it was
    > >authorized for use elsewhere. Thanks

    >
    > No idea about that :)
    >
    > >-chad

    >
    >
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    =?Utf-8?B?Q2hhZCBNb3JnYW4=?=, Sep 18, 2004
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  4. Chad Morgan

    Vincent Guest

    On Tue, 14 Sep 2004 17:13:59 -0700, "Chad Morgan"
    <> wrote:

    >Just out of curiosity, for all you MOS's out there, how
    >do you display this cert on your resume?


    I'm still unclear on something: I have passed the tests for MS-Word,
    MS-PowerPoint, MS-Access and MS-Excel Expert. Do I consider myself a
    Microsoft Office Specialist or should I receive an additional
    certification that states I'm a Microsoft Office Specialist?
     
    Vincent, Sep 19, 2004
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  5. On Sun, 19 Sep 2004 07:23:47 GMT, Vincent
    <> wrote:

    >On Tue, 14 Sep 2004 17:13:59 -0700, "Chad Morgan"
    ><> wrote:
    >
    >>Just out of curiosity, for all you MOS's out there, how
    >>do you display this cert on your resume?

    >
    >I'm still unclear on something: I have passed the tests for MS-Word,
    >MS-PowerPoint, MS-Access and MS-Excel Expert. Do I consider myself a
    >Microsoft Office Specialist or should I receive an additional
    >certification that states I'm a Microsoft Office Specialist?


    For each of those exams you get a MOS certificate! So you are a MOS in
    Word, PowerPoint, Access and Excel. :)


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    Christian Grams, Sep 19, 2004
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  6. On Sat, 18 Sep 2004 15:41:01 -0700, "Chad Morgan" <Chad
    > wrote:

    >I see your point Christian because I've had several interviews where they've
    >had no idea what MOS is. But at the top of my resume it currently reads like
    >this:
    >
    >Chad D. Morgan, MCSD, MCDST, MOS (Master)
    >
    >It seems a bit lengthy to put:
    >
    >Chad D. Morgan, MCSD, MCDST, Microsoft Office Specialist Master
    >
    >Anybody else have any thoughts?


    What do you mean by top? In your header? If so then use the short form
    in the header, but in the actual text of the resumé you should write
    the full extended form. :) That way people can check to see what it
    is.

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    Christian Grams, Sep 19, 2004
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  7. Chad Morgan

    Chad Morgan Guest

    that's what I'm doing now and I'll probably just leave it
    that way

    >-----Original Message-----
    >On Sat, 18 Sep 2004 15:41:01 -0700, "Chad Morgan" <Chad
    >> wrote:
    >
    >>I see your point Christian because I've had several

    interviews where they've
    >>had no idea what MOS is. But at the top of my resume

    it currently reads like
    >>this:
    >>
    >>Chad D. Morgan, MCSD, MCDST, MOS (Master)
    >>
    >>It seems a bit lengthy to put:
    >>
    >>Chad D. Morgan, MCSD, MCDST, Microsoft Office

    Specialist Master
    >>
    >>Anybody else have any thoughts?

    >
    >What do you mean by top? In your header? If so then use

    the short form
    >in the header, but in the actual text of the resumé you

    should write
    >the full extended form. :) That way people can check to

    see what it
    >is.
    >
    >--
    >Christian Grams
    >
    >######################################
    >Harlekin´s-EDV
    >Christian Grams
    >
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    op=vindex&search=0xD775BF12
    >.
    >
     
    Chad Morgan, Sep 19, 2004
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