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Nova Scotia: Province, Businesses Create Jobs Here for Students

The province of Nova Scotia is teaming up with businesses to help recent graduates stay in Nova Scotia through student employment programs.

Like many universities and colleges in Nova Scotia, Acadia University offers various co-operative education programs to introduce work skills and provide work experience to students.

The Co-operative Graduate Placement Program provides a 50 per cent wage subsidy, to a maximum of $7,500, to private sector, government-funded 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.

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.

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Date of publication: Wednesday, May 22, 2013

Link: http://novascotia.ca/news/smr/2013-05-22-Grad-Jobs/

Organization: Nova Scotia Department of Economic and Rural Development and Tourism

Email: Tina Thibeau: thibeatd@.gov.ns.ca

Jurisdiction: Nova Scotia

Phone number: 902-424-5836

Country: Canada

About catherine

Catherine Ducharme is a bilingual communications specialist based in Toronto. She has been the Content and Communications Co-ordinator for the Canadian Education and Research Institute for Counselling (CERIC) since April 2012 and administers contactpoint.ca, an online community for career development professionals in Canada. She is also the editor of Careering magazine, the curator for the CareerWise newsletter and she leads francophone outreach at CERIC. Prior to joining CERIC, Catherine worked abroad for nearly two years and worked as a project manager for Quebec’s sector council for the community sector (CSMO-ÉSAC). She is also a translator.

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