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 email@example.com.
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.
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/.
The Newman Civic Fellows Award honors inspiring college students leaders who have demonstrated an investment in finding solutions for challenges facing communities through out the country. The Newman Civic Fellows Awards are made possible through the generous support of the KPMG Foundation.
“Since my first time helping out others and the community, I have wanted to continue this experience. My Service with the Royal Bahamas Defense Force allowed me to grow personally in ways I never dreamed possible. My life was enriched by helping victims of hurricanes by repairing homes, cleaning beaches and streets of debris, providing search and rescue operations, and working in shelters and food banks to support the victims of natural disasters. At NEIT, my involvement in the Rotaract Club has helped enrich and support the lives of those less fortunate in the East Greenwich community through my numerous community activities. I plan to make volunteerism a natural extension of my life as long as I am physically capable of such involvement. I love to make a positive impact on others.” Antonio Adderley