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John Read, Colibri's president, said the programs have helped the company grow to employ 12 people.
"I have known for a long time that I want to stay in the Annapolis Valley, but didn't think I would be able to find a job here in my field. That's why I was so excited when John offered me a job in Wolfville doing what I love," said Greene.
and non profit organizations for the first three months of permanent, full time employment for a graduate of a co operative education program at a Nova Scotia college or university.
"The experience that these opportunities have given me is invaluable. After graduation, I literally walked straight into a full time position at Colibri," said Alex Sanford of North Alton.
Acadia president Ray Ivany looked at the prospects for fresh graduates like Greene and said, "that's as good as it gets."
Ivany added that his exploration with the commission on the rural economy has convinced him that Nova Scotia needs more innovation of the kind Colibri is fostering at Acadia.
Alex Sanford and Charles Greene both walked across the stage to get computer science degrees from Acadia University and started jobs with Colibri Software in Wolfville the next day.
"The experience that these opportunities have given me is invaluable. After graduation, I literally walked straight into a full time position at Colibri," said the Hants County native.
Was said by Alex Sanford who is from North Alton.
Colibri was one of the first businesses to participate in the program to recruit recent graduates for its software development team. Since the company began in 2010, it has relied on various federal and provincial programs, including Strategic Co operative Education Incentive, to hire students. Both Sanford and Greene thanked Michelle Larsen, Acadia's co op coordinator for science, for pointing out opportunities.
"As a computer science graduate and officer in the cadet instructor cadre, I enjoy both programming and teaching," noted CHarlie Burlington from Hants County. "At Colibri Software, I am Giuseppe Zanotti Clog
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All Nova Scotia companies are eligible to apply for the Co operative Graduate Placement Program. The province also offers the Strategic Co operative Education Incentive for students to connect and develop skills with Nova Scotia employers during their studies.
able to do both of these because of how many students we hire. The experience working here has been amazing."
According to Read, Colibri is about to launch the new web site for the town of Wolfville. The firm's "amazing team," the adjunct professor said, has other web site creation projects, annotate web content and work on various open source projects.
"As a computer science graduate and officer in the cadet instructor cadre, I enjoy both programming and teaching," noted Sanford, a Coldbrook native. "At Colibri Software, I am able to do both of these because of how many students we hire. The experience working here has been amazing."
They paused their work May 22 to celebrate the province's Co operative Graduate Placement Program that teams up with business to help recent graduates stay in Nova Scotia through student employment programs.
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