Automotive Career Open House, Wednesday September 23, 2015, 3:00-6:00 pm
Criminal Justice Open House, Thursday, September 24, 2015, 1:00-5:00 pm
EAST GREENWICH, RI – Individuals interested in learning more about New England Institute of Technology’s (NEIT) Automotive and Criminal Justice Technology programs are invited to attend its upcoming open houses. Tours of the innovative, hands-on labs and classrooms will be conducted. Faculty, students, graduates, as well as Admissions, Financial Aid and Career Services representatives will be on hand to answer questions.
The Automotive Career Open House will be held at the college’s Warwick, Rhode Island campus located at 101 Access Road. NEIT offers Associate in Science degree programs that include Automotive Technology, Automotive Technology with High Performance, and Auto Body/Collision Repair as well as a Bachelor of Science degree program in Automotive Service Management. Individuals will hear about the exciting career opportunities within the automotive industry and NEIT’s hands-on approach to learning. The college’s NEW Automotive Scholarships will also be revealed.
To RSVP to the Automotive Career Open House, please visit www.neit.edu/AutoCareer
The Criminal Justice Open House will be held at NEIT’s Warwick, Rhode Island campus at 65 Access Road. The college offers Associate in Science degree and Bachelor of Science degree programs in Criminal Justice Technology. In March, 2015, NEIT launched its flexible Criminal Justice Hybrid Bachelor of Science degree program designed for busy working professionals. This new hybrid program offers fully on-line courses while combining on-line activities with face-to-face classroom and lab experiences.
Attendees will have the opportunity to meet faculty to learn about the various Criminal Justice Technology programs and to tour the college’s unique forensics and criminal justice facilities.
To RSVP to the Criminal Justice Open House, please visit www.neit.edu/cj or call the Admissions office at 800-736-7744, 401-467-7744, or email NEITAdmissions@neit.edu. To learn more about New England Tech’s Criminal Justice programs, visit www.neit.edu.
Under the leadership of President Richard I. Gouse, New England Institute of Technology is a private, non-profit technical college with an enrollment of more than 3,000 students and is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges, Inc. Since 1940, New England Tech has provided employer driven education to its students through more than 50 associate, bachelor’s, master’s and on-line degree programs.
On May 15, 2015, the NEIT Criminal Justice Club took a field trip to Boston to visit the Massachusetts Law Enforcement Police Memorial. This trip coincided with National Police Memorial Day. The memorial, located in Ashbury Park, is just steps away from the Massachusetts State House. The names of all Massachusetts police officers killed in the line of duty are inscribed on the memorial including the most recent name to be added, that of Off. Sean Collier of the MIT Police Department who was killed by the terrorists responsible for the Boston Marathon Bombings. A police officer is killed in the line of duty in the United States approximately every 56 hours. May, 2015, saw 16 line of duty deaths nationwide. The students also visited the finish line of the Boston Marathon, which has taken on a new meaning since the events of April, 2013.
If you would like additional information about any of New England Tech’s over 50 Associate, Bachelor’s, Master’s and online degree programs, including Criminal Justice Technology.
Contact the Admissions Office at 800-736-7744 or email NEITAdmissions@neit.edu
On Thursday, September 10, 2015 at 10:30 am the NEIT Criminal Justice Club will be hosting a September 11th Remembrance Ceremony.
The event will take place in front of the Criminal Justice Building (AD) which is located at the Access Road campus. The students and faculty of the NEIT Criminal Justice Technology would be honored to have you attend this event. We expect the ceremony to be approximately 30 minutes in length and will include representatives from a variety of law enforcement agencies from our area. Current and former CJ students will participate in the ceremony as well.
New England Tech’s SkillsUSA competitors have returned from the National competition held June 23rd through June 25th in Kentucky. SkillsUSA Championship had more than 6,000 high school and college students compete in 100 occupational and leadership skill competitions areas. The SkillsUSA competitions are modeled after the Olympics where the top three individuals or teams receive gold, silver and bronze medals.
We had four students bring home bronze medals.
Cabinetmaking College Division
Nathan Bugbee (bronze)
Crime Scene Investigation College Division
Stas Belch (bronze)
Nicole Cioffi (bronze)
Raven Staplins (bronze)
Congratulations to all of our students that competed. It is a big accomplishment to get to the National SkillsUSA competition.
New England Tech is thrilled that US News has ranked our online program so high, not only in the United States but to be #1 here in Rhode Island is very exciting. Especially knowing that we have more online degree programs which are being prepared to be introduced. Be sure to stay tuned for more info about new online programs in the coming months.
The University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth, New England Institute of Technology and Johnson & Wales University all have been recognized by U.S. News & World Report for their online bachelor’s degree programs.
The annual list, which ranks the best online bachelor’s degree programs in the country, rates colleges and universities on factors such as graduation rates, indebtedness of new graduates and academic and career support services offered to students.
“Online programs break down the barriers of time and distance for students,” UMass Dartmouth Chancellor Divina Grossman said in a statement. “For students who are working full-time jobs or have family and other responsibilities that prevent them from attending classes at a specific time or place, quality online programs are critical to them as they achieve their aspirations.”
According to U.S. News, new students admitted to nearly all ranked programs are predominantly adults aged 25 and older who have some credit already applied toward their degrees.
New England Institute of Technology ranked No. 140 on the list, but No. 1 in Rhode Island.
New England Institute of Technology, a private institution, has been offering online bachelor’s degree programs since 2012-2013. NEIT’s online program gives registered nurses with an associate in science degree the opportunity to obtain their bachelor of science degree.
For more information about New England Tech’s Associate, Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees, including our online degree programs in RN to BSN, Criminal Justice Bachelor Degree, Construction Management Master’s Degree, call Admissions at 800-736-7744 ext. 3357 or email NEITAdmissions@neit.edu.
On April 6, 2015, the Criminal Justice Club hosted the Rhode Island Canine Search and Rescue Team (RICSAR) at New England Tech’s Access Road campus. The event is part of the Club’s quarterly speaker series and was attended by many NEIT students and faculty.
For this event, the Criminal Justice Club extended an invitation to NEIT’s Veterinary Technology students. This workshop was a great opportunity for students from two very different technologies to interact and perhaps pave the way for future collaborations.
Carrie Barna (pictured above), a recent NEIT Criminal Justice Technology graduate, is an active volunteer with RICSAR and was instrumental in bringing the dogs and their handlers to campus. She began her work with RICSAR as a result of her New England Tech Criminal Justine Technology internship. For more information on RICSAR, please visit their Facebook page or link http://www.ricsar.org/.
NEIT’s largest annual Technology Career Expo was held on March 12th with 81 companies on campus. Local, regional and national companies came to speak with students and alumni from several Engineering Technologies, Construction Management, Criminal justice, Business Management, Interior Design, Digital Media Production, Video Game Design, and Information Technologies.
One employer stated, “Candidates were dressed to impress and were well prepared.”
Many students and graduates secured interviews and made great connections.
The New England Tech Library Presents:
EVENT has been rescheduled!
Thursday, May 7th, 6 – 7:30pm/ in the Media Presentation Theater on EG Campus
Guest speaker, Michael J. Messier
…a first hand account of the US Drug Enforcement Administration’s [DEA] investigation of a Columbian drug trafficking organization.
Michael Messier is currently based in San Diego, California. Mr. Messier spent 15 years in domestic and Latin American operations of the US Drug Enforcement Administration [DEA].
As a guest speaker in the NEIT Library, Michael Messier will give us on a first-hand account — the colorful and realistic 3-year journey that focused on the money laundering techniques of a significant Columbian drug trafficking organization aligned with the North Valle Cartel. You’ll hear about various investigative techniques employed such as identifying, infiltrating and dismantling this drug trafficking organization. What did it take? Jury subpoenas, undercover operations, use of confidential sources, as well as international cooperation between governments and law enforcement agencies of other countries.
ALL WELCOME! Criminal Justice students take note!