New England Institute of Technology Offers 2 Ways for RI High School Students to Earn College Credits

New England Institute of Technology (NEIT) is now offering students in Rhode Island public high schools two dual enrollment options to earn credit toward a degree at its technical career university.

NEIT was among the first colleges and universities to participate in the state’s Advanced Coursework Network, launched in 2016. If you’re enrolled in a school participating in the Advanced Coursework Network, you are able to take advanced-level, credit-bearing courses at NEIT at no cost to yourself or your family.

Check out the courses that MAY be offered to high school students through the Advanced Coursework Network in October of 2017.

The credits earned will then be applied to your college degree at NEIT. You can REGISTER HERE for Advanced Coursework Network to get a jumpstart on your career at New England Tech.

A second way you can earn credits toward a NEIT degree is if you are a Providence Public School junior.  New England Tech is offering conditional early acceptance, allowing you to earn credits toward your NEIT degree while still in high school. The program is open to all juniors enrolled in Providence public schools who have at least a B average at the end of their junior year and, through school attendance and behavior, have proven the maturity necessary for college success. You must also meet NEIT’s admission procedures for the programs to which you are applying. If you do, NEIT will waive all application fees. In this program, you can take up to two courses per quarter, with a maximum of four courses per calendar year. These courses are free and allow you to earn credits for high school and college simultaneously.

Providence Supt. Christopher Maher said, “By offering and honoring dual enrollment courses for our students, New England Tech is allowing students to reduce the courses they need to graduate from college, thereby reducing their total tuition costs. For some of our students, this collaboration between Providence Public Schools and New England Tech puts the college dream within reach.”

Jump start your career today at www.neit.edu

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New England Tech, Host Site for Cloud Security Seminar May 26 – Keynote by Congressman Jim Langevin

RI Cloud Security Seminar

On Friday, May 26, New England Institute of Technology (NEIT) will be the host site for a full-day educational event around Cloud Security, provided by RI (ISC)² and ISACA-RI, in partnership with OPTIV Security. (details below)

The event is open to the public and a learning opportunity for all levels of information security professionals, IT Auditors and those interested in this growing field. Attendees will learn about the latest solutions available in this space, hear success stories put in place by practitioners and earn 7 CPEs.

A keynote address will be given by Rhode Island Congressman Jim Langevin, a recognized congressional leader on Cybersecurity.

(ISC)² is an international nonprofit membership association focused on inspiring a safe and secure cyber world. (ISC)² Chapters provide members with the opportunity to build a local network of peers to share knowledge, exchange resources, collaborate on projects, and create new ways to earn CPE credits.

ISACA, founded in 1969, helps business and IT leaders build trust in, and value from, information and information systems. It provides knowledge, standards, networking, and career development for information systems audit, assurance, security, risk, privacy and governance professionals to its more than 100,000 constituents in 180 countries.

This past winter, students in NEIT’s Video Game Design and Development (VGDD) program had a real-world experience of a lifetime when the Newport Naval War College’s (NWC) Center for Cyber-Conflict Studies (C3S) sponsored a video game design charrette – a collective brainstorming process – with real world application. More than 40 students enrolled for the opportunity to pitch real-time strategic-operational level game concepts to a panel of five judges, with the best designs meant for a prototype game to be developed.

The selected concepts were then examined by a faculty team from the NWC’s Center for Cyber-Conflict Studies. The result of the C3S team’s review was a new composite game design concept loosely based on components of the students’ games. The new concept – known as F.I.T.E., Futuristic Intelligent Tactical Equipment – is the basis for the next charrette. The result of this event will be the development of a playable prototype to be used by the Naval War College for training Naval Officers in strategic cyber security problem-solving.

NEIT offers a range of associate, bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Information Technology, including a bachelor’s degree in Cyber Security and Network Engineering. Learn more about how you can turn your passion into a great career at www.neit.edu.

  • When:    Friday, May 26, 2017 from 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM EDT
  • Seminar Registration & Continental Breakfast: 8:00AM – 8:30AM
  • Seminar Time: 8:30 AM – 4:00 PM
  • Cost: $10 (Continental Breakfast and Lunch Included)
  • Where
    New England Institute of Technology, 1 New England Tech Boulevard, East Greenwich, RI 02818
  • Contact:
    William C. SoaresISACA-RI | bill.soares@cox.net

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Four NEIT Women Grads Blazing Nontraditional Career Paths Doing What They Love

For more than 75 years, New England Tech has supported women in gender-breaking stereotypes and glass ceilings – by helping them launch successful careers in what were once thought of as “men’s fields.” Here’s our salute to four courageous and determined New England Tech graduates who are making waves and redefining industries while doing what they love.

Elizabeth Bergeron – Video Games Designer
Elizabeth came to New England Tech with a clear career goal in mind – to break into the male-dominated game development industry. Not only that, she set her sights on becoming a successful designer in the world’s epicenter for game design – Seattle, Washington. And that she did – quickly.

“It’s amazing to come into work every day and work with brilliant people that are passionate about the project that they are working on”

A 2012 graduate of New England Tech, Elizabeth landed a position with ArenaNet, a video game developer and subsidiary of NCSOFT, which developed the online role-playing game series Guild Wars and Guild Wars 2–massively multiplayer online role-playing games. Currently, Elizabeth is in charge of overseeing all test work done on all aspects of Guild Wars 2, which has sold more than three million copies. She was previously the Quality Assurance (QA) Lead in charge of the first Guild Wars 2 expansion, Heart of Thorns.

Anne-Marie Rosario Flores – is Unafraid of Bias, and Cleaning Up
Rosie the Riveter was a fictional woman munitions worker of World War II. Then came Lillian Baumbach, recognized as America’s first female master plumber in the 1950’s. Now Woonsocket has its own queen of the trades, “Anne the Plumber.” Based on years of study and experience, Anne-Marie Rosario Flores can show you her license as a master plumber and an impressive roster of satisfied customers.

Flores started working at a young age in a variety of occupations, including church jobs and working with nuns. She then became a demolitions expert in Boston with North American Site Developers, a national construction company. In 2004, having gained on-site experience in several trades, she decided to go into plumbing.

“I like working with my hands, dirty work doesn’t bother me and plumbing offers good pay,” she said. “So, I enrolled at New England Tech, graduated, and went to work for various master plumbers earning the experience necessary to pass the state license examinations.”

By 2014, Anne-Marie opened her own statewide plumbing business – Anne the Plumber – based in Woonsocket. “It’s a tough road for anyone,” she said, “but it’s extra tough for a woman in a male- dominated trade. ‘Whadaya know about it?’ a lot of guys would say. But then I show them that I know a lot, and everything is OK.

In its first three years, Flores’ company has grown to include three master plumbers, an apprentice, and an office administrator. The company primarily serves residential properties, but it also serves dental offices, charter schools and assisted-living complexes throughout much of Rhode Island.

Kierstyn Ebbeling – and the Art of Fusion and Ship Building
Wearing a helmet and wielding a fiery torch is in all in a day’s work for Kierstyn Ebbeling, who completed an eight-week welding training program at New England Tech that helps unemployed Rhode Islanders connect with jobs in the marine trades and manufacturing industries.

The Shipbuilding/Marine and Advanced Manufacturing Institute (SAMI) at NEIT recruits, screens and trains individuals for high demand careers in these industries at no cost to participants. “I’d always been interested in mechanical things, but, being a small-framed woman, my options were limited,” Ebbeling says. “The SAMI program opened me up to the world of welding, which I had tried in high school and really enjoyed, but had never thought of as a career path.”

Kierstyn can’t believe how far she’s come since beginning the training program in March. “I love welding. I could do it all day. It’s incredible to be able to go and work at Electric Boat and have them set me up with welding right away,” she says. “To get into shipbuilding is a dream come true.”

Brittaney Lanphear – Gets Under the Hood
Brittaney Lanphear graduated with an associate degree in Advanced Automotive Technology in 2015, and she’s already making her mark in this traditionally male-dominated industry. She loves to share her passion for her work and enjoys the respect and empowerment she’s so rightly earned.

Brittaney is employed as an automotive technician at Mulzer’s Car Care in North Kingstown, Rhode Island, a position she landed before her graduation from NEIT’s Automotive Tech program.

“The work setting provides change and new challenges on a regular, if not daily, basis. The automotive field is rich with employment opportunities,” she says. “This type of work provides a true sense of accomplishment and empowerment for women. At my job, I’ve experienced so many positive interactions with my fellow workers who offer words of encouragement and assistance – and often ask me for assistance with tough jobs.”

 

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NEIT Offers New, Leading Edge Electronics, Robotics, & Drone Degree

Electronics, Robotics, and Drone Technology Degree by New England Tech - blog image

Want to fly high in the technical revolution? The new Associate in Science Degree in Electronics, Robotics, and Drone Technology (ERD) at New England Institute of Technology provides leading-edge education and training in some of the most robust, exciting and emerging fields of the 21st Century.

The use of robots and aerial drones will drive structural changes in our economy and everyday life in areas ranging from driverless cars and medical procedures to automated manufacturing processes and aerial product delivery.

The Federal Aviation Administration anticipates the creation of 100,000 new jobs in the drone technology field, while USA Today reports that in the next three years, the use of drones is predicted to inject $13.6 billion in the U.S. economy.

Electrical and Electronics Engineers working with robotics and automated systems are responsible for the design, testing and operation of robotics and associated equipment. You’ll learn the necessary skills in robotic programming languages, robotic architecture and operating systems, and software interfaces. Beginning with electronic foundation core courses and culminating in aerial drone, robotics, and automation systems, our curriculum will provide you with the knowledge required to succeed in these modern high-tech fields.

Laboratory projects highlighted in ERD courses include active, hands-on experiences with robotic control systems and drone applications, data acquisition/control/communication, digital electronics, microprocessor control, and programmable automation controllers (PACs). Lab projects have been developed to simulate actual job conditions.

Aerial drone-specific courses will prepare you to sit for the Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA) Section 107 Commercial Small Unmanned Aircraft System (sUAS) exam for pilot certification. In addition, technical elective courses provide the opportunity for in-depth study in areas including drone engineering, renewable energy systems, computer networking, CAD and manufacturing quality.

Graduates of this program are qualified to seek entry-level employment in several emerging areas such as drone mission programming [KS2], research and development, new product design, product testing, field service, controls engineering, manufacturing of complex electronic assemblies and systems, installation, marketing, and customer service. Associate degree graduates can also continue in the NEIT Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering Technology program.

Learn more about how New England Tech can help your career take flight at www.neit.edu.

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New England Tech Digital Media Production Students to Showcase Their Videos at Backfocus Exhibition on May 17

New England Tech Backfocus Exhibit for Digital Media Production

Have a passion for video? Want to see where professional education can take your creative and technical skills? Curious about what New England Tech students are producing? Then check out the latest and greatest student videos at this year’s Backfocus exhibition on May 17, between 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. in the Hall of Fame Room.

Backfocus is an annual showcase of outstanding video work from students in New England Institute of Technology’s Digital Media Production (DMP) program. Pieces shown in the exhibition are selected by faculty from more than 40 media-focused classes. This year’s exhibition will include music videos, short documentary subjects, video poems, promotional pieces, advertisements, radio and podcast content and animated films.

“Many things stand out about this year’s work,” says Sally Kingsbury, the creator of Backfocus. “We have some great storytelling examples, both sound and picture, as well as a high degree of technical artistry.”

At the heart of our Backfocus showcase is the developing artistry and voice of our DMP students. Viewing the show, you’ll be able to see the progression from novice to professional digital producer manifest itself in the work. “One of the things that faculty try to emphasize is not only the excellent visual imagery that students have the ability to produce, but also what story their projects are telling,” says Professor Matt Morin. “In the end, as technically savvy as our students are, we are ultimately training visual storytellers, and I think this year’s Backfocus proves that.”

Stop by, grab a slice of pizza, and enjoy the showcase!

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Alumni Spotlight: Retired Army Vet Glenn Josephides Pursuing His Passion

New England Tech - military friendly college“My military career made me a better student”

Retired U.S. Army veteran Glenn Josephides pursued his life-long passion for automotive technology at New England Institute of Technology (NEIT) by securing three associate degree programs in Automotive Technology with High Performance; Automotive Collision Repair Technology; and Advanced Marine Technology.

  • What prompted you to return to school as an adult learner?
    One simple phrase sums up why I returned to school after I retired from the Army. I’ve made it a life motto: ‘Life is a learning lesson:  If you don’t learn something during the day; that was wasted.’
  • Why did you choose New England Institute of Technology?
    I’ve worked on cars as a hobbyist and tinkered with other types of equipment my whole life. I was self-taught and have never had formal or even informal guidance. New England Tech not only provided an opportunity for that formal instruction, but it also offers associate, bachelor’s and master’s degrees and not just Certificates of Training. The combination of lecture and hands-on application provides the ‘Full Spectrum of Learning.’
  • What military education benefits, such as the GI Bill, did you use?
    New England Tech is a Yellow Ribbon participant. I started at NEIT using the last of my Montgomery GI Bill (Ch. 30). Then used my Post 9/11 GI Bill (Ch. 33) with the Yellow Ribbon.
  • What has your experience been like as a student or alumnus?
    As a ‘non-traditional’ student I’ve had a different set of challenges to overcome. The traditional student is fresh from a learning environment and typically has fewer responsibilities in life. My academic career has a different set of hurdles in addition to furthering my knowledge; fatherhood and homeownership to mention a couple. The instructors have been nothing short of magnificent. Their ability to instruct the complex material at levels to keep everyone challenged and yet not over-burdened is an art skill.

“Life is a learning lesson”

  • What challenges did you have adjusting to campus culture after military life?
    The challenge one faces during a transition from a structured to a non-structured way of life are unique.  Timeliness, accountability, and responsibility are more exemplified in the military, plus there’s a level of efficiency in the military that’s not appreciated until it becomes void in your life.
  • Do you believe your military experience made you a better student?
    There’s absolutely no question that my military career has made me a better student! Time management, focus, and respect are only a few non-tangible lessons learned that have helped me through all of my aforementioned challenges during my academic career.
  • What advice do you have for veterans returning to school?
    Be the example! Maintain your ‘military bearing.’ You’re looked to as a leader by your fellow students as well as by your instructors.
  • Any additional thoughts?
    My overall experience at New England Tech has been very fulfilling. All three degree programs have proven to be rewarding challenges. I’m looking forward to seeing what adventures are coming as I enter the next chapter of life……. Stay tuned J

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News from Career Services: April Recap – Who hires New England Tech grads?

In addition to having 1,162 graduates become part of the Class of 2017, over 40 students and graduates let the Career Services Office know that they secured employment, while almost 300 job leads came into the office from employers looking to hire our skilled candidates.

  • Electronics Engineering Technician with Voltserver, East Greenwich, RI (ELTB)
  • Cyber Security Tech with General Dynamics Mission Systems, Taunton, MA (CYBT)
  • Software Engineer with MIKEL in Middletown, RI (ITSA)
  • Traveling Marine Technician with Freedom Boat Club, Brockton, MA (MT)
  • Physical Therapist Assistant with Orchard View Manor, East Providence, RI (PTA)
  • Network & Communication Engineer with Narragansett Bay Commission, Providence, RI (CYBT)
  • Network Engineering Tech with Verizon (ITN)
  • Production Technician with Yushin America, Cranston, RI (MCTA)
  • Draftsman with Gateway Ventures working at Naval Undersea Warfare Center, Newport, RI (MCTB)
  • Leap Training Program Associate with Fidelity in Smithfield, RI (ITS) Training will be in North Carolina for several months for experiential learning before starting the role at the Smithfield location
  • Respiratory Therapist with Tavares Pediatric Center, Providence, RI (RC)
  • IT Technician with Verizon (ITN)
  • IT Specialist with Arkendale Consulting, East Greenwich, RI (ITN). The company provides a free laptop and will pay for IT certifications
  • Design Draftsman with Antron Engineering & Machine Co., Bellingham, MA (MCTB)
  • Inside Sales Technician with Northeast Electrical Distributors, Brockton, MA (ELY)
  • Technician with State Nissan, East Providence, RI (AUT)
  • Technician with Boston Boat Works, Charlestown, MA (MT)
  • Rehab Director for Preferred Therapy Solutions, Brooklyn, CT (OTA)
  • Design Engineer with Advanced Technology Innovation, Wrentham, MA (MCTA)
  • Production Technician, with Sensata Technology, Attleboro, MA (ESTA)
  • Engineer for PMC Lighting, Warwick, RI (MCTA)
  • Mechanical Designer with Parkinson Technologies, Woonsocket, RI (MCTA)
  • Internet Sales with Langway Toyota – Nissan, Middletown, RI (MGTA)
  • Architect Intern for BKA Architects, Brockton, MA (IDB)
  • Apprentice Technician for Regan Heating & Air Conditioning, Providence, RI (RACH)
  • Electrical Engineer with Mulvey & Banai International Airport, Canada (ELTB)
  • Assistant Project Manager with Gentry Moving and Office Installation, Cranston, RI (CMT)
  • Field Engineer with Connecticut Engineering Enterprises, Bloomfield, CT (ABT)
  • Apprentice hired by CJ’s Plumbing & Heating, Smithfield, RI (PLBH)
  • Design Assistant – part time for Cypress Design, East Providence, RI (IDA)
  • Project Manager with D’Ambra Construction, Warwick, RI (CMT)
  • Analyst for IT Security with Dell Secure Works, Providence, RI (CYBT)
  • Physical Therapist Assistant with Orchard View Manor in East Providence, RI (PTA)
  • Customer Care Specialist with Cox Communications, W Warwick, RI (ITN) -free cable and on-site gym!
  • Web Designer with Ocean State Job Lot, N. Kingstown, RI (GMW)
  • Graphics Design & Marketing with Aqua Science, Wyoming, RI (GMW)
  • Vet Tech with Meadow Hill Veterinary Shoppe, Lebanon, CT (VET)
  • Clinical Medical Assistant with Concentra Urgent Care, Warwick, RI (CMA)
  • CMA grad landed a job in Vermont with an OBGYN
  • IT Technician with the Horace Man Educational Association, E. Greenwich, RI (ITN)

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Students in NEIT’s Nationally Ranked Vet Tech Program Further Their Training at Pets in Need Vet Clinic

Veterinary Technology students at New England Institute of Technology (NEIT) are getting real-world, hands-on experience doing what they love – working two days a week at the Pets in Need (PIN) Veterinary Clinic. The Clinic offers services to low-income pet owners at a 70 percent discount and offers a perfect experiential education opportunity for students.

The PIN clinic opened without fanfare in June of 2016. Within 48 hours, it received 106 calls from people who were unable to afford the veterinary care their pets desperately needed. Today, thirty veterinarians, including a board certified radiologist and board-certified surgeons, volunteer time to help PIN’s pets and their owners.

In 2016, New England Institute of Technology was cited as among the top 20 best colleges in the United States for the quality and value of its Veterinarian Technology degree program for 2016-2017.

The rankings were released by The Community for Accredited Online Schools (AccreditedSchoolsOnline.org), a leading higher education information and resource provider. The organization analyzed data from thousands of colleges across the U.S. to determine its list of top schools.

The story of Pets in Need is the story of love and determination—in equal parts. It began with an introduction. Dr. Hank Wietsma and Dr. Gary Block had helped create the Companion Animal Foundation, an organization that helps low-income pet owners—and it was through Block that Wietsma met John Gillespie. Gillespie, a retired healthcare executive and the owner of two dogs, was well aware of the cost of veterinary care. Gillespie was a founder of the Rhode Island Free Clinic, which opened in 1999 and provides medical services to low-income Rhode Islanders—and for some time he’d been thinking of a similar clinic for pets. Wietsma had the same vision of a place where low-income Rhode Islanders could bring their pets for low-cost, high-quality veterinary care. When Gillespie met Wietsma, the clinic came a step closer to being born.

Gillespie and Wietsma turned to Dr. Ernie Finocchio, president of the Rhode Island Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals and to the Rhode Island Veterinary Medical Association. Would the organizations support the creation of a clinic for people who couldn’t afford the care their pets needed? Two years of hard work followed as they searched for the right space and the right staff, culminating in the clinic’s opening in 2016.

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New England Tech – one of nine American Boat and Yacht Council’s Marine League of Schools

New England Tech - one of nine American Boat and Yacht Council Marine League of Schools logoBoats are big business. Powerboat mechanics is an active and growing industry throughout New England and particularly in Rhode Island. As the only (ABYC) Marine League of Schools in New England – and one of only nine in the United States – New England Institute of Technology (NEIT) offers a unique, multi-faceted associate degree in Marine Technology that sets the region’s education industry standard.

NEIT’s industry-focused, hands-on curriculum builds from its core focus on inboard/outboard marine engine gas and diesel maintenance and repair.

From there, topics covered include specialized areas such as marine drive systems, shipyard safety, management and operations, hull maintenance and repair, marine surveying, marine fuel systems, and marine electronics.

Specific program highlights include:

  • OSHA Marine Industry Shipyard Safety
  • Forklift Safety & Operations
  • Specialized NEIT – Yamaha Marine Outboard engine courses
  • Hull Maintenance and Repair, including welding, fiberglass repair, and painting
  • The opportunity for an industry internship
  • An optional quarter term of study in diesel engine advanced marine technology training

To further help students further their careers, program graduates are eligible for a range of industry-recognized certifications including:

  • RIDEM Boat Safety Certification
  • OSHA Marine Safety Certification
  • Yamaha Technician Certification
  • OSHA Forklift Operation Certification

The American Boat & Yacht Council developed the Marine League of Schools to address the marine industry’s need for post-secondary technical education. It assists these few select schools in the areas of curriculum development and instructor training/certification to help ensure that the training provided is relevant and up-to-date. Member schools are held to a higher standard due to their affiliation with ABYC. This targeted, industry-focused knowledge provides graduates with a unique opportunity to propel their careers as marine industry professionals and help them rise above their peers due to their advanced level knowledge.

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New England Tech Students Receive Recognition at International Student Business Competition

Three students from New England Institute of Technology (NEIT) competed in the case study competition at the Society for Advancement of Management (SAM) International Business Conference in Orlando, Florida recently – where two of the team members were recognized as “outstanding students.”

Over 30 U.S. and international business schools were invited to participate in the competition. The format for the competition was a 15-minute presentation with 10-minute Q&A. While most teams had several weeks to prepare the case and develop their solutions, New England Tech was only recently recognized as an official chapter of the Society in late March and its team had only a week and a half of preparation time before this competition.

“There were a lot of late nights and Domino’s orders,” said Brandon Verfurth ’17. “We thrived under the pressure and ended up with a really innovative solution. It’s amazing what you can accomplish when the clock is ticking faster than you’d like it to.”

This year’s case focused on Facebook, the global online social media and social networking service. The case asked teams to predict the needs of Facebook considering the rise of recent technology that is blocking advertising and impacting Facebook’s profitability. Teams could recommend adaptations of Facebook existing platforms, suggest a new product offering, pitch a merger/acquisition, or come up with any other ideas.

Alex Mathieu ‘17, explained the team’s solution. “We argued that blocking technology would always be at the same level, or one step ahead of Facebook. We looked at changing Facebook’s core business model,” he said. “We suggested a “premium” Facebook application that people would pay $1.00 a month. With recent developments in machine learning and strong expectations for future growth, we recommended that Facebook makes investments in machine learning now; so that it is the leader in predictive analytics software.”

Ally Dolan ’17, continued: “We learned a lot from the other teams especially how they approached the case. We thought we had a creative solution, but other teams looked at corporate leveraging and buyouts. It was amazing.”

While New England Tech did not place in the top three, Alex Mathieu ‘17 and Ally Dolan ’17 won Regional Outstanding Student Awards. The Regional Outstanding Student Awards are designed to recognize the outstanding academic, extracurricular, and professional achievements of SAM students. In addition to winning her regional award, Ally Dolan ’17 was also chosen as National Outstanding Student. The National Outstanding Award is selected by the Society for Advancement of Management’s Board of Directors from among the regional winners.

“These students have demonstrated a commitment to management excellence through practice and personal merit,” said faculty advisor Professor Hank Johnson. “Their accomplishments demonstrate the precepts of the Society and their general character. As the first President of the New England Tech SAM chapter, Ally worked so hard to build the chapter and overcome each challenge with poise and professionalism. She graduates leaving behind one of the strongest SAM chapters in the United States because of her leadership. For her to be recognized nationally is a huge honor and very well deserved.”

Learn more about how you can get on the fast track to success at www.neit.edu

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