Check Out What Employers Are Saying About New England Tech Grads

New England Tech - Where New England HiresCheck out what employers are saying about New England Tech Grads:

 “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.

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Cool Mechanical Engineering Video … all for the sake of sharing a Coke

Three Million Open Jobs by 60 Minutes

The following snippets are taken from the transcript of a 60 Minutes segment, “Three Million Open Jobs”, which aired on Nov. 11, 2012. Byron Pitts is the correspondent. David Schneider, producer.

It’s called “the skills gap.” How could that be, we wondered, at a time like this with so many people out of work?

Karl Hutter: Yeah, we hear way too much about the United States manufacturing, we don’t manufacture anything anymore. Not true. Not true.

Three hundred and twenty-five people work at Click Bond, making fasteners that hold cables, panels and pretty much everything else inside today’s planes, ships and trains. Their customers include the Defense Department.

The F-35 has 30,000 Click Bond fasteners.   The workhorses in this factory may look old, but they’re computer controlled machines that make precision parts, accurate to a thousandth of an inch; the thickness of a piece of paper. Click Bond needs employees who can program the computers, operate the machines, fix them and then check to make sure the results are up to spec.

Ryan Costella says Click Bond ran into trouble when it expanded production and went to buy these machines from a factory in Watertown, Conn. The company didn’t have enough skilled labor back home in Nevada to run them, so it bought the entire factory just to get the qualified employees and kept the plant running in Connecticut.

Nationwide, manufacturers say the lack of skilled workers is the reason for hundreds of thousands of unfilled jobs; a number Ryan Costella says is about to get bigger.
Ryan Costella: You have a massive wave of baby boomers who are leaving the workforce very soon.

Despite the bad economy, our Career Services Office* reports active hiring of New England Tech Mechanical Engineering graduates!

There is still time to enroll for classes beginning this Winter.
To view the entire 60 Minutes segment “3 Million Open Jobs” Click Here

Five New England Tech Mechanical Engineering Students Achieve CSWA Recognition

We are so proud of five of our students in our Associate in Science degree program in Mechanical Engineering Technology program who have successfully passed the Certified SolidWorks Associate (CSWA) exam.

This exam is proof that these students have the SolidWorks® expertise and cutting-edge skills that today’s employers are looking for. SolidWorks® is an extremely popular mechanical design software package used worldwide. New England Tech students have the opportunity to take the exam during the winter and summer quarters for free as long as they are registered students which is a plus.

Currently, there are 35 certified SolidWorks® associates in Rhode Island and 23 of those are from New England Tech!  That’s amazing!

The students who recently earned this highly regarded certification are:

  • Waren Barck
  • Eric Dykstra
  • Kraig Pereira
  • Jessica Peloquin
  • Benjamin Lyons

We are proud of these outstanding students for their accomplishments and for representing our college so well.


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7th Annual Rhode Island FIRST Tech Challenge Robotics Tournament

Saturday, February 9, 2013

FIRST Robotics CompetitionMark your calendar! Plan to attend the 7th annual Rhode Island FIRST® Tech Challenge robotics tournament on Saturday, February 9, 2013, sponsored by New England Institute of Technology. The mission of FIRST® (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) is to engage students in acquiring science, engineering and technology skills through the fun of creating a custom-designed robot. More than 30 Rhode Island high school teams will be on hand to test their skill on the competition field.

The FIRST® Tech Challenge will be held at NEIT’s Center for Automotive Technology located at 101 Access Road, in Warwick, RI, from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. This event is free and open to the public.

As the event sponsor, New England Tech will serve as the central point of contact for all participating high schools as well as various after school robotic teams. Join your high school team or create one of your own!

For more information on the FIRST® Tech Challenge, contact Erin Flynn, Manager of Admissions Outreach and Events at NEIT, 401-739-5000, ext. 3462 or To learn more about the FIRST® organization, please visit

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Tech Nite Open House 2012

Come to Tech Nite and learn more about NEIT Don’t miss this chance to learn about the more than 35 technology programs offered at New England Institute of Technology.  Stop by our “Tech Nite” Open House at the East Greenwich Campus located at One New England Tech Blvd. on Wednesday, November 7, 2012, from 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Just report to the East Greenwich campus where tours of this campus, as well as the Post Road and Access Road campuses, will depart.  You will have the opportunity to tour our campuses as well as to speak with faculty, Admissions and Financial Aid personnel.

We have so many new Associate in Science degree programs to offer like Veterinary Technology, Respiratory Care Technology and Health Information Management Technology.   Our Bachelor of Science degree in Information Technology now offers a cyber security concentration which is a fast- growing field in the computer industry. Licensed Registered Nurses may learn about Rhode Island’s first online Registered Nurse to Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree program.  We are very excited to now offer our new Master of Science degree in Information Technology.

If you need more information regarding “Tech Nite” or any of our programs, just call our Admissions office at 800-736-7744, 401-467-7744 or visit the college’s website at

We hope to see you on November 7th!

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