Career Services

What employers are saying to our Career Services Office:

“Of all the local schools in RI, New England Tech has been the most responsive when it comes to recruiting students and alumni.”
-American Ring Co., Inc.
“The trend for NEIT grads is still positive relative to finding jobs.  A great school with great results!”
-Jeffrey Tracey, Manager, IBM
“We have had a great deal of success using NEIT grads to staff our organization. Fully one-third of NetCenergy employees are graduates of or current students at NEIT.”
Don Nokes, Present, NetCenergy
“We have been very impressed with the quality of the applicants that you have forwarded to us here at Astro.  In fact, we had hired six previously who continue to work out well and have also hired two more in the past week.”
Mike Fanning, Astro of New England LLC.

 

Companies that recently visited New England Institute of Technology to learn about our programs and recruit current students/future graduates for employment :

  • o Shawmut, Design and Construction
    o Electric Boat
    o Mass. Electric Construction
    o Rhode Island State Police
    o GKT Refrigeration
    o American Ecotech
    o Emond Plumbing & Heating
    o Travel Centers of America
    o RT Engineering
    o Bridge Technology Solutions
    o FM Global
    o Meditech
    o AR Metallizing
    o Chronomatic, Inc.
    o Best Tile
    o CW28
    o Cranston Police Department
    o Sensata Technologies

 

Career Services Office

The Career Services Office provides assistance to current students in, and graduates of, the college’s degree programs in many aspects of the job search. Workshops and individual meetings direct students toward their chosen technical careers through:

  • Resume preparation
  • Interviewing skills
  • Job hunting techniques

The Career Services Office can also assist employers with their hiring needs by identifying quality candidates for technical openings.  Career Expo and other on-campus recruitment events are held regularly throughout the year.

In some programs, and particularly the Allied Health and Criminal Justice programs, a criminal conviction may limit a student’s participation in a clinical or externship placement, and/or employment in the field.