Sign up NOW – 8th Annual Golf Tournament – Students vs. Faculty

It’s that time of year AGAIN!  A chance for the students to show up the faculty on the golf course.

The golf is FREE to play and includes a cart.

Date:               Friday, September 11, 2015

Tee Time:       12:00 p.m.

Meal Cost:      Lunch is approximately $15.00 (menu items to be determined), following the tournament

Course:          East Greenwich Golf Club, 1646 Division Road, East Greenwich, RI 02818

If you are interested in playing please email AUT Instructor, Bob Kennedy, Rkennedy@neit.edu.

The tournament format is a shotgun start, match play (2 students and 2 faculty members per foursome), with handicaps. The handicap system will be used for scoring; therefore, it doesn’t matter what your level of expertise is – just play golf and have FUN!

The tournament is open to ALL students at NEIT, not just those in the student golf club.

Film Forum presented by local Woodhaven Productions

Tom DeNucci, an NEIT Digital Media Production (previously called Video Audio Production/Digital Recording Arts) graduate and Director/Writer/Actor with Rhode Island based Woodhaven Productions has invited fellow New England Tech students and graduates to attend Film Forum at The Greenwich Odeum.  You could WIN a walk on role in the next Woodhaven production among other prizes.

Register now at theodeum.org.  There is a student discount.

Tom DeNucci

Flag Football Tournament

  • Meet and become better acquainted with the NEIT community: your fellow students, faculty and staff.
  • Have fun and make new friends.
  • To Register, Email Melissa Hague, Student Activities Coordinator at mhague@neit.edu.

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3 vs 3 Basketball Tournament

  • Meet and become better acquainted with the NEIT community: your fellow students, faculty and staff.
  • Have fun and make new friends.
  • To Register, Email Melissa Hague, Student Activities Coordinator at mhague@neit.edu.

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Composition and Performance Club

  • Meet and become better acquainted with the NEIT community: your fellow students, faculty and staff.
  • Have fun and make new friends.
  • To Register, Email Melissa Hague, Student Activities Coordinator at mhague@neit.edu.

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NEIT Student Golf Club

Join the NEIT Golf Club if you would like to play golf, learn to play golf, or improve your golf game. The golf club meets weekly to play on a 9 hole course, and will play through December (weather permitting). This offers a great opportunity to meet students from different technologies.

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Pool Tournaments

All NEIT students are welcome to join in the quarterly Pool tournaments held in the game room on the East Greenwich campus.  Tournaments are free. Space is limited.

  • Meet and become better acquainted with the NEIT community: your fellow students, faculty and staff.
  • Have fun and make new friends.
  • To Register, Email Melissa Hague, Student Activities Coordinator at mhague@neit.edu.

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Make a Difference Join the Rotaract Club

The NEIT Rotaract Club is affiliated with the East Greenwich (EG) Rotary Club. Join the NEIT Rotaract Club if you have an interest in community service and want to develop your leadership and professional skills. Club members will have the opportunity to interact with Rotary business leaders and to volunteer at some of the EG Rotary Club’s events. Participation in this club would look great on your resume.
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Ping-Pong Tournaments

All NEIT students are welcome to join in the quarterly Ping-Pong tournaments held in the game room on the East Greenwich campus.  Tournaments are free. Space is limited.

  • Meet and become better acquainted with the NEIT community: your fellow students, faculty and staff.
  • Have fun and make new friends.
  • To Register, Email Melissa Hague, Student Activities Coordinator at mhague@neit.edu.

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NEIT students Win National Awards

 

Bronze Medal Winners(l-r) Nicole Cioffi, Stas Belch, Raven Staplins and Nate Bugbee

Bronze Medal Winners(l-r) Nicole Cioffi, Stas Belch, Raven Staplins and Nate Bugbee

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.

Construction

Nicholas Brecken

Architectural Design

Michael Webb

Automotive

James Montesano

Front (l-r) Nicole Cioffi , Raven Staplins, Stas Belch, Nate Bugbee. Back (l-r) Nicholas Brecken, Mike Pezzullo, Michael Webb, Amanda Metzger, Amanda Balch, James Montesano