News from Career Services: Week of 10/10/16

New Hires!

Apprentice for Stedman & Kazounis Plumbing & Heating, Charlestown, RI (PLBH)
2 Designers for West Elm – a branch of Williams-Sonoma, Providence, RI (IDB)
2D/3D Artist with Real Cool Productions, Mansfield, MA (GMW) Grad stated it is his “dream job”!
IT Associate with Horizon Beverage, Norton, MA (CYBT)


  • Middletown, RI – Audio Visual Technician position
  • Exeter, RI -Video Production (paid) Intern for students


  • West Greenwich, RI – Print Production Assistant. The role is great for grads from GMW and it features excellent starting pay.
  • Providemce, RI –  Graphic Designer
  • Cranston, RI – 3 open jobs for creative candidates: One is a Managerial role and two are for Graphic Designers.


  • Somerset, MA – Entry Level Technician
  • West Greenwich – Technicians and Service Writer
  • Middletown, RI – Entry level Technicians
  • Warren, RI – Technician
  • Merrimack, NH – Automotive/Welding Teacher
  • Mansfield, MA – Experience ASE Certified Technician
  • Newport, RI – Municipal Fleet Technician
  • Nantucket, MA – Technician
  • Warwick, RI – Automotive Combination Worker
  • Coventry, RI – Technician
  • Boston, MA – Fleet Mechanics, 2 openings
  • North Providence, RI – Technician
  • Franklin, MA & Wakefield, RI – 3 openings for Technicians

October 13th – annual Student Cookout at Access Road which was combined with a networking event for employers hiring AUT/AUB and MT students for part time work. Companies that attended were: Enterprise, UPS, Flood Ford, Boch Automotive, The Hinckley Company, Bald Hill Dodge, CarMax and Balise.


  • North Kingstown, RI – Vet Tech
  • Vet Techs are in very high demand, not just in the New England area, but across the country. We received a posting from a Veterinary Office in Northern Pennsylvania who were seeking our graduates.


  • Providence, RI – Security Intern position for CYBT students; $18/hr
  • Providence, RI – IT Infrastructure Internship that works well for IT Network Engineering and Cyber Security students.
  • Middletown, RI – Web Content Manager for candidates from either IT Software Engineering or Graphics, Multimedia, and Web Design.


  • Pascoag, RI – Project Manager, Assistant Project Manager and CAD Drafter
  • Saunderstown, RI – Carpenter and Laborer
  • Chestnut Hill, MA – Project Manager
  • Attleboro, MA – Mechanical Designer, Sales Manager Trainee & Design Assistant
  • Wellesley, MA – Structural Drafter

Upcoming event: October 26th, 4:30 – 6:00 Employer Networking Night for CMT, ABT, BCC, ID & CET

News from Career Services: Week of 8/15/16

Here are some examples of jobs that came through the Career Services Office this week, including newly hired grads!

New Hires!

  • Health Information Technician at Kent Center, Warwick, RI (EMR) – grad had 2 offers in 1 day!
  • Jr. Developer for Teknor Apex, Pawtucket, RI (ITS) company is paying for Master’s degree!
  • 3 developers hired by Seczetta, Newport, RI (GDS) – company has hired approx. 12 NEIT grads
  • Assistant Project Manager hired by Innovative Construction, Tiverton, RI (CMT) Sept. grad.
  • Wind Turbine Tech hired by Vensys, Coventry, RI (ELY)

AUTOMOTIVE/AUTO COLLISION REPAIR:  SO MANY jobs in the past 1 ½ weeks!

  • Owner of a body shop in Providence, RI liked the Auto Collision Repair grad that is currently working for him so much that he is now looking for an Automotive Technician.
  • Framingham, MA – Fleet Technician for basic repair of diesel trucks and forklifts
  • Providence, RI – Part Time Auto Body Detailer
  • Branford, CT – Oil Lube Techs, Technicians, & Valets
  • Hamden, CT – Collision Repair Technician
  • East Providence, RI  – Technician
  • Cranston, RI – Entry Level Technician
  • Wakefield, RI – Entry Level Technician
  • Cranston, RI – Diesel and Sr. Diesel Mechanic
  • Sunapee, NH – Technician for classic cars and trucks
  • Southeastern MA and all of RI – Management Trainee, Car Detailers & Drivers
  • Bristol, RI – Collision Repair
  • Warwick, RI – Automotive Technician


  • New Rochelle, NY – Marine Technician; pay ranges from $30K to $100k
  • North Kingstown, RI – part time Deckhand
  • Marblehead, MA – Marine Technician
  • Cataumet, MA – Marine Technician
  • Chatham, MA – Several openings for Marine Technicians and also for Marine Yard Personnel


  • A holistic veterinarian’s office in Bristol, RI is recruiting Vet Tech.  The field continues to be very strong with a significant number of job opportunities.
  • A veterinary center in Cumberland, RI is seeking a Vet Tech.  They stated that there is a shortage of Vet Techs and they are hoping to hire someone with the skills acquired from NEIT.


  • Medical Assistant grads continue to be in very high demand in RI, MA, CT and throughout the US.


  • Company in Norwood, MA is seeking RC graduates.



  • A company in North Providence, RI posted a Paid Internship for a Cyber Security student.  The previous CYBT student was subsequently hired by the company.
  • A company in Providence, RI posted 2 openings: Sr. Software Engineer and Python Developer – ideal for Information Technology/Software Engineering or Game Development/Simulation Programming grads.
  • A Warwick, RI company posted a role for an IT Help Desk Team Leader.  The director of IT for this company happens to be an NEIT grad who started his work there in an internship.  The company has hired many interns and grads from Information Technology/Network Engineering and Cyber Security.

News from Career Services: Week of 8/8/16

Here are some examples of jobs that came through the Career Services Office this week:


  • A local news station is recruiting for an Editor and Photographer
  • A venue management company is seeking a Production Manager
  • A media outlet is recruiting students for Part Time Board Operator
  • A public access television network is recruiting a Staff Producer
  • A local university posted a position for a Digital Media Production Videographer & Editor


  • Help Desk Candidate that would work on a short term assignment in Connecticut.  This position can help to really build a resume for IT Networking and Cyber Security graduates.
  • A role for an IT Desktop Support / Audio Visual Tech.  This position works well for a student who is in the IT Networking or the Cyber Security program.
  • A role for a Software Programmer that is a good fit for graduates from the IT Software or Game Development programs.


  • Tiverton, RI – Assistant Project Manager travel required
  • North Attleboro, MA – Drafter
  • Providence, RI – Drafting Intern
  • Taunton, MA – CAD Drafter
  • Bellingham, MA – Drafter/Detailer
  • Cranston, RI –3 Drafters
  • Johnston, RI – Entry Level Safety Coordinator
  • Warwick, RI – Laborer
  • Saunderstown, RI – Carpenters
  • Portsmouth, RI – Finish Carpenter


  •  A company based in Warwick, RI hired another grad as a Plumbing Apprentice.  This is the 12th Apprentice hired since 2013.  They hire both Refrigeration/AC Heating & Gas Technology and Plumbing/Heating & Gas Technology graduates.
  •  Plumbing company in Cranston, RI is seeking Apprentice candidates
  •  A water treatment company in Wyoming, RI is recruiting for a Service Technician



  • A nursing and rehabilitation facility in West Warwick, RI listed a part time Activity Aide for a health care student.


  • Providence, RI facility – has an opening for a Surgical Technologist
  • Milford, MA facility – has 2 Surgical Technologist openings


  • A staffing agency is looking for candidates to handle phone support for customers regarding their medications.
  • A Rhode Island optical dispensary is offering strong pay along with a benefit package and will also provide extra training in ophthalmology.
  • An eye care center in Dartmouth, MA is offering benefits and are willing to train a CMA so that he/she can gain additional skills in ophthalmology.


  • Bayada Home Health Care in Providence, RI has a new Pediatric Residency Program for RN’s – next class begins in September.
  • A Johnston, RI facility is recruiting for a part time RN position.


  • A growing rehabilitation facility has jobs in several locations throughout RI and CT.
  • A nationwide rehabilitation facility sent a flyer to NEIT stating they have jobs open across the US including: RI, CT, & MA.

U.S. Naval War College holds STEM camp, stimulates student scientists

New England Tech is well aware of the lack youth interest in careers in engineering and science fields.  This is why we proudly support efforts to improve interest in STEM programs, including participating in U.S. Naval War College’s (NWC) Starship POSEIDON Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) camp.

Source: U.S. Naval War College | NWC holds STEM camp, stimulates student scientists

“This program is designed to offer students the opportunity to experience science and technology as real applications in the Navy,” said Lewis Duncan, NWC provost. “The United States currently has a deficit of engineers and scientists and we need them to keep our country on the leading edge of technological progress, so programs like these are an essential investment in our shared future.”  Read More

10 Essential Tips to Surviving the Industry – Chris Esper

Chris Esper, New England Tech grad recently participated in a webinar about surviving in the filmmaking industry.  Chris makes some excellent points.

You can check it out by visiting

Nice job, Chris!

Spotlight: Chris Esper, 2012 Digital Recording Arts Graduate

The Career Services Office recently asked New England Tech graduates to share their success stories with us. NEIT is always proud to hear how well our graduates are doing. This week we are featuring a 2012 graduate from the Digital Recording Arts (now called Digital Media Production) program: Chris Esper.

Chris Esper, 2012 Digital Recording Arts graduate

We asked Chris to share a little bit about himself and asked a few questions. Here’s what he had to say:

To start, I now own and operate my own production company, Stories in Motion, where I make narrative films, music videos, corporate videos, commercials, wedding videos, etc. My work has had the honor of playing in multiple film festivals across the country as well. Back in 2014, I also managed to intern at OddLot Entertainment in Los Angeles, CA, where I got to read screenplays from various writers and share my feedback with the story editors of the company.

I also recently self published my first book. It’s called The Filmmaker’s Journey, which is about giving advice on starting a career in independent filmmaking based on my own experiences, successes, hardships, struggles, etc. The goal is to help others and to show how to ultimately survive in what is a very difficult career. It was just released on Amazon on Kindle and paperback:

  • Did you always know you wanted to pursue a career in film? What/who inspired you to pursue such a career?

Film has been something I loved since I was a child. I think I’ve always subconsciously knew that film is what I wanted to do, but it took me a while to get there. When I was younger I wanted to be in front of the camera as an actor and/or comedian. Slowly, though, my focus started to shift behind the camera with directing. In my teens, I discovered that I could combine everything I loved into one medium, that being film. I think it was when I first saw Martin Scorsese’s classic “Raging Bull” that I got a deep understanding as to what cinema is truly about and it greatly inspired me to want to make movies.

  • Were there any experiences you had while you were in school that you believe helped you once you entered the work force?

There were lots of experiences that I feel helped me once I graduated. I think I grew as a person in how I approach my work as a creative and professional through my professors and classmates. While I was in school, I took advantage of what the New England film community had to offer from internships to working on various sets. Those experiences taught me a lot in never being afraid to aim high, always do my best and to put myself out there as much as possible. All these things and more have helped me a great deal since graduating in 2012.

  • What kind of challenges did you face and how did you overcome them?

I think my biggest challenge was self doubt and rejection. No matter how well I made a project or did well in a task, I focused on the negative side and just questioned myself. Finally, I just gave all that up and told myself that I’m not the only one and that this is part of the journey. Ultimately, I think those who are looking to get into any field of choice, especially creative fields, should look at the biographies of their idols and look for their failures. That will put things in perspective. We never hear enough about what our idols went through to make it to the top, when we should. The media tends to focus on their successes, but I firmly believe that failure is what drives us to be a success. One has to receive a lot of ‘No’s before they can receive a ‘Yes’.

  • What do you consider your greatest achievement thus far?

I would say setting out to write and finish my book. As a filmmaker, shifting to another medium is quite difficult, especially one that is not a visual medium. My goal was to share my story and advice based on my own successes, hardships and failures. My goal is to give back what I learned to others who also want to get into the field of filmmaking. What started out as a simple video blog on my YouTube page, turned into a bigger project that is so far proving to be successful.

  • What do you attribute your success to?

I believe my success comes from my tenacity and determination. I think without that, I wouldn’t have been able to achieve as much as I have achieved. I also think I have a huge support system that surrounds me, especially my parents. They instilled their work ethic into me and also taught me to do what I love in life without settling for less.

  • What advice can you offer to students/graduates interested in pursuing a career in film?

It’s a long hard road, but if you don’t give up and keep creating, you will eventually reach your goals. You can have all the talent in the world and the greatest resume in the world, but it doesn’t matter. You need to network with people and put yourself out there. Nobody is looking for you, so you need to make the first move.

If you are a graduate of NEIT, or know someone who is, and would like to share a success story, please contact Caitlin Beagan at

News from Career Services: Weeks 6/6/16 & 6/13/16

Here is the latest from the Career Services Office!



An agency that finds talent for the Naval War College in Middletown, RI posted 5 jobs in the IT field.

A local private college has hired a number of Information Technology grads and they just hired another Information Technology/Software Engineering grad this week who will work as their Database Administrator.

A manufacturer and supplier of mass finishing technology posted a Paid Internship that would work well for a candidate in IT /software Engineering or Game Development.

An award-winning telematics solutions company in Massachusetts reached out with a role for a Jr. Systems Administrator.  The well-paying role would be a good fit for graduates from Information Technology and Cyber Security.

A leading staffing agency in RI posted a role for an Assistant Auditor for IT.  The role works well for graduates from Cyber Security or Information Technology/Network Engineering.


A local news station posted a position for a Production Assistant and Creative Services Producer

Two different radio station posted positions for a Part-time Board Operator and a Receptionist/Traffic Assistant

A telecommunications company in Englewood Cliffs, NJ posted a roll for an AV Technician

A behavioral health program posted a position for a Multimedia Specialist


A professional signage company in Seekonk, MA posted a full-time job for a Graphic Artist.  The grad who held the position previously has gone on to his dream job.

A medical group posted a paid internship for a Marketing/Communications Intern.

A staffing agency reached out with a short term role with a local creative company seeking a candidate with strong package design and Adobe Illustrator.


A large Massachusetts-based dealership has 35 openings for Automotive, Auto Collision Repair and Automotive Service Management students and graduates!


Clinical Medical Assistant:

A Health Center in Warwick, RI posted a role for a Clinical Medical Assistant.

A local dermatology office reached out with a role for a Medical Receptionist.  This office has hired several NEIT grads and has been happy with the quality of the candidates.

Physical Therapy Assistant:

A contract rehabilitation company posted 2 jobs for PTAs in Rhode Island.  Over the years, this company has hired many NEIT graduates.

A public school district in CT has posted a role for a full-time PTA.


Building Construction & Cabinet Making and Construction Management:

A well-known lumber company in Mansfield, MA posted positions for Mill Work Shop Technicians.

A carpentry company in West Greenwich, RI needs Carpenters and Carpenter Helpers.

A framing contractor company in Warwick, RI is seeking an Estimator.

A construction company in Manchester, CT posted a position for a Construction Clerk.

A local staffing agency is recruiting for Carpenters. The recruiter states: “I have several openings with two large construction companies with job sites in the North and South shore.”


Digital Media Production:

2001 grad – AV Technician at CCRI and the Welcome Manager creating digital publicity at Roger Williams Park Botanical Center

2012 grad – Daytime Video Editor for ABC6 News

Construction Management:

2000 grad – Inside Sales Estimator for Arnold Lumber

Interior Design:

2013 grad – Assistant Project Manager at Taylor Interior Design

Architectural/Building Engineering Technology:

2015 grad – Mechanical Drafter with Creative Environment Corp. division of Thielsch Engineering

News from Career Services – May Wrap Up!

May was a busy month for the Career Services Office. Over 330 job leads came through the office marking the most leads in a month so far in 2016!

Here’s a look at job leads that came through at the end of the month:

Marine Technology

  • An online job board dedicated to the Marine industry currently has close to 100 jobs in the Marine Trades around the country! There are about 25 jobs in MA and RI in jobs ranging from Sales, Office Help, Yard Foreman to Technicians and Charter Boat Captains.

Automotive Technologies

  • A Warwick, RI company is looking for a Service Advisor and a Plainville, MA company is looking for a Service Writer from our Automotive Service Management program.
  • An automotive group out of Florida took over an existing truck center in East Providence and is looking for Auto Body and Diesel Technicians, Auto Body Painters, Parts, Warehouse and a Service Advisor.
  • A Wellesley, MA company needs a few Auto Body Technicians.
  • A Bristol, RI company looking for a Body Shop Technician.
  • A Brockton, MA company needs a Collision Repair Technician.

Graphics, Multimedia, and Web Design

  • A packaging manufacturer in Johnston, RI posted a Graphic Artist job. They have hired many GMW grads in the past.
  • A staffing company posted an entry-level role for a Graphic Artist in Medway, MA.
  • A world-class marketing company in Pawtucket, RI posted a role for an Art Director.
  • A local Breast Cancer Resource Foundation reached out to NEIT seeking a paid intern from the Graphics, Multimedia, and Web Design program. The candidate would be working on artwork for a book of poetry written by cancer survivors.

Information Technology

  • A large investment company in N. Smithfield, RI will have two major hiring events in 2017 and will be looking for Bachelor level candidates primarily from IT Software Engineering and Game Development. They host a program featuring intensive training in North Carolina prior to starting work in RI.
  • A Massachusetts Public School district posted 3 jobs for IT Network Engineering graduates: Computer Technician, Network Systems Technician, and a Technology Integration Technician.
  • A company in Taunton, MA posted a well-paying Co-op opportunity for a student in IT Networking or Cyber Security. The Co-op is full time and pays between $17 – $19 per hour.
  • A Massachusetts-based technology staffing company is seeking candidates from: IT Networking, IT Software Engineering, Cyber Security, and Game Development. They have multiple jobs open in Massachusetts and New Hampshire.
  • A Rhode Island-based staffing company posted a role for a part time Web Developer that would work well for students in the IT Software, Game Development and/or Graphics, Multimedia, and Web Design programs.
  • A technology firm in Newport, RI has hired about 10 NEIT grads from Game Development and Simulation Programming and IT Software and just posted 3 more! “We hope to fill all 3 jobs with NEIT grads”.
  • A Rhode Island-based insurance company is recruiting for an Assistant Auditor with a Programming background.
  • A division of the City of Providence posted a role for a Network Operations Analyst that would be a good fit for Networking and Cyber Security graduates.
  • A Public School district in Rhode Island reached out again for a Network Technician. The role was previously held by a NEIT graduate who has taken a new position with a cyber security company in Foxboro, MA.
  • A company in Middletown, RI posted multiple jobs for ITN grads. The roles range from Jr. Help Desk, to Sr. Help Desk Technician, to Network Technician.  They also posted a Mid-level Systems Admin and a Web Developer role.
  • An IT firm posted a well-paying role for a Network Engineer in Providence, RI.

Digital Media Production

  • A local division of the military has posted a position for a Video Broadcaster in the Public Affairs Department.
  • A local marketing firm is looking for an ongoing Photographer/Videographer needed for non-profit clients. The first event is the Gloria Gemma Breast Cancer Foundation 3-day walk.

Refrigeration/AC Heating & Gas and Plumbing/Heating & Gas Technology Jobs

Some of these positions require some years of experience with licenses for Plumbing or HVAC:

  • Boston, MA – Power Plant Technician $42/HOUR
  • Boston, MA – HVAC Specialist $30 – $35/HOUR
  • North Kingstown, RI – General Maintenance Technician
  • North Kingstown, RI – Maintenance (mechanical, electrical, metal fabricating, painting, carpentry)

Health Sciences

  • A sleep center posted a role for a Clinical Medical Assistant. The role is appropriate for a grad from either Clinical Medical Assistant or Electronic Medical Records.
  • A local dermatology office recently hired a Clinical Medical Assistant graduate and reached out again to say that they are so happy with her that they are looking to hire another CMA from NEIT!
  • A group of recent grads from Medical Lab Technology have found work in their chosen field and are employed at the following hospitals: Morton Hospital, St. Anne’s, Rhode Island Hospital, and South County Hospital.

Surgical Tech’s needed!

  • A hospital in New Bedford, MA has 3 openings
  • A hospital in Willimantic, CT has 2 openings and is in dire need – Manchester Community College closed their ST program.
  • A staffing agency is looking for 4-5 Surgical Tech’s outside of the Boston area to be trained in Cardiac Surgery.
  • A contract rehab company based in Fall River, MA has hired many Occupational Therapy Assistant and Physical Therapist Assistant grads and are reaching out again seeking multiple PTAs for roles in Massachusetts.

 Veterinary Technology and Animal Business Management

  • A Dog Training Academy posted a full time and part time job as an Assistant Dog Trainer. The roles would work for students or graduates from the Veterinary Tech or Animal Business Management programs.

Criminal Justice

  • A CJ AS degree grad was hired into a union position as a Clerk for United Government Security Officers of America. She starts her new job at a site being built in Wareham, MA.
  • RI Airport Corporation Police Department has opened up their recruitment selection process.
  • Homeland Security has posted Transportation Security Officers for all airports across the country.

Electrical Technology (7 job postings in 1 week!)

  • Control Panel Technician – North Attleboro, MA
  • Field Technician – Cranston, RI
  • Field Service Engineer – Massachusetts territory
  • Alarm Technician – Rocky Hill, CT/Riverside, RI
  • Service Technician (Wind Turbines) – Coventry, RI
  • Electrical Technician – New York, NY
  • Commercial Service Technician – Boston, MA


TechXpo 2016 Attracts Over 75 Companies and Hundreds of Students and Alumni

On March 10, 2016, the Career Services Office held its annual Technology Career Expo (TechXpo) on the East Greenwich Campus. This event is the largest career event that the college hosts, with hundreds of representatives attending from companies across the region and beyond. This year the event was geared towards students and alumni from Business Management, Criminal Justice, Cyber Security, Digital Media Production, Electrical Technology, Electronics Systems, Electrical Engineering, Game Development/Simulation Programming, Graphics/Multimedia/Web Design, Information Technology – Network Engineering/Software Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, and Video Game Development/Design. The majority of the companies who attended the event were actively recruiting for positions in their company and provided insight into the many different careers that can stem from earning a New England Tech degree. Several companies had representatives present who were NEIT Alumni themselves, and they did a great job of conveying how their degrees from NEIT helped shape their careers. The alumni were:

• Keith Tingus from ACS Services, Inc.
• Michael Paulhus from Amica Mutual Insurance Company
• Sarah (Renaud) Martone from Brave River Solutions
• Kyle Daun from Compass IT Compliance
• Jeremy Girard from Envision Technology Advisors
• Glenn Barboza, Justin Taylor, and Jarrod Hastie from iAutomation
• Darren Bathgate from Kenzan
• Gary Maccarone from Ocean State Signal Company
• Gregory Winslow from Overhead Door Co. of Providence
• Thomas Battista from Schneider Electric
• Gordon Tempest from Secure Future Tech Solutions
• Mike Esposito from SencorpWhite, Inc.
• Shawn Harmon from Sertex Broadband Solutions
• James Sloan and David Balls from Tech Research Group
• Rory Manier and Robert-Louis Valle from TJX
• Jim Maymon from Tyco SimplexGrinnell
• Jeff Souza and Ronald Roberts from Woodard & Curran

Many of the employers made comments about how impressed they were by the attendees’ professional attire and preparedness during the event, and some students and alumni were even able to secure interviews the day of the TechXpo. New England Institute of Technology would like to thank everyone who attended the event, as well as the volunteers who helped coordinate another successful Career Expo! New England Tech career events are always closed to the public, which makes it a great opportunity to network and make connections with employers who are specifically interested in NEIT students and alumni. Next year will mark the 20th annual Technology Career Expo and we hope to make it our largest and best-attended TechXpo ever!

These guys dressed to impress!

These guys dressed to impress!


Lots of activity in Tech Way during the TechXpo.


NEIT Alumni Jeremy Girard from Envision Technology Advisors speaks with a current student.


Graphics, Multimedia & Web Design student Bailey Jaeckel presents his resume to Tiffany & Co.

News from Career Services: Week of 1/25/16

Here’s a look at our weekly roundup of good news from the Career Services Office!

A local Health Center posted a role for a Clinical Medical Assistant.  CMA’s from NEIT have significant opportunities in the job market and medical facilities reach out to the college on a regular basis seeking candidates.  Employers often say that they like the NEIT grads because they hold an Associate Degree vs. a certificate.

Surgical Technology currently has 3 hospitals searching for grads. A recent grad was just hired by one of them and they are still looking for more!

A therapy treatment center in RI reached out to NEIT seeking Physical Therapist Assistant graduates.  The hiring manager said they have both Occupational Therapy Assistants and PTA’s from NEIT and they are very happy with their training and skills.

A national, full-service B2B Digital Marketing Agency in Massachusetts recently hired a Graphics, Multimedia and Web Design grad and have reached out to NEIT seeking more candidates for additional roles.  The grad who works there as a Digital Marketing Associate stated: “This new job is the best I’ve had. I’ve already learned so much.”

The Health Sciences Fair that the Career Services Office held in October is still receiving great feedback from employers! Isabel Cravens, Staffing Specialist from Newton-Wellesley Hospital stated, “I attended a Health Science job fair event at NEIT. I was very impressed by the event and it was wonderful to be able to meet so many students and faculty. One of the positions I always struggle to find qualified candidates for is Surgical Technologist. The OR nurse managers who hire Surgical Techs really like the NEIT program.”

A software company in Massachusetts posted a total of 4 Information Technology jobs with NEIT and they have already hired 2 IT Software Engineering graduates. The recruiter stated that they are “thrilled” with the NEIT candidates.

There are currently 5 employers recruiting Construction Management and Architectural/Building Engineering candidates for companies located throughout Rhode Island and Massachusetts.

š›Digital Media Production graduates have 6 new job opportunities with companies ranging from local news stations, to wedding videographers, to corporate offices.

Upcoming event for Criminal Justice students and alumni12 Local Police Departments will be represented at a recruiting event on February 3rd from 11:00a – 1:00p at the CJ building. This event is for NEIT students and Alumni only and is not open to the public.