Innovation Pavilion, Maverick Software partner to match firms with computer students

By: InnovatioNews Tuesday November 26, 2013 0 comments Tags: Centennial, Innovation Pavilion, Vic Ahmed

Innovation Pavilion logoCENTENNIAL - Innovation Pavilion, an ecosystem for entrepreneurs, is partnering with Maverick Software Consulting to provide computer science interns to businesses needing affordable IT skills, IP announced.

The partnership will allow businesses to work with career-ready students and take advantage of hard-to-find IT skills on a flexible basis and without an investment in their training.

IP and Maverick said there is a significant gap in qualified IT talent that the partnership can fill with access to top IT talent year-round.

"Partnering with Maverick will strengthen Innovation Pavilion's mission to help startups and corporations succeed in the Colorado area," said Vic Ahmed, IP's founder.

"Tech companies are in need of talent, and bringing young talent to these emerging businesses is both cost-effective and mutually beneficial to both the companies and the students who will soon be working in the field."

Minneapolis-based Maverick Software Consulting provides companies with skilled entry-level IT staff sourced from top colleges and universities.
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