Latest Paul Harden Interview with Gene Valicenti

New England Tech’s Transportation Technologies Department Chair, Paul Harden was recently interviewed by WPRO’s Gene Valicenti about the abundance of auto recalls recently.

Below is Paul’s interview with Gene Valicenti, which aired on October 20, 2015.

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 Automotive Technology, Automotive Technology with High Performance, Automotive Collision Repair and Automotive Service Management Technology

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NEIT Employee Service Award


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During our twenty-fourth annual reception held on Friday, October 23rd, New England Tech is proud to celebrate and honor employees who have completed ten, twenty and thirty years of service to the college in 2015.  A commemorative plaque honoring the recipients of the “Employee Service Award” for this year was also unveiled.

The Honorees are as Follows

30 Years

Theresa C. Noe

Terry Lee Goffe

20 Years

John P. Szymkowicz

Robert R. Fogarty

Gina M. Winn

Virgilio N. Tavares

Cheryl L. MacDonald

10 Years

Karen E. Devine

Barbara L. Tassone

Catherine D. Ratliff

Mark A. Lite

Jennifer J. Hurley

Suzanne W. Gemma

William J. Murphy

Paula A. Allen

William C. Culbertson

Deana S. Games

Elaine P. Hopkins

Richard J. Heffernan, Sr.

Michelle A. Berard

NEIT graduate produces video series to combat Domestic Violence

As part of Domestic Violence Awareness Month and the movement for “No More Domestic Violence”, New England Tech Digital Media Production graduate Neil Guliano joined forces with Ten Men to produce a series of digital stories aimed at combating domestic violence.

from Rhode Island Coalition Against Domestic Violence website:

The Ten Men 2015 Digital Stories series features current members, all local Rhode Island men, sharing their stories about why preventing domestic violence is important to them and why they joined Ten Men.

The following digital stories were filmed, edited, and produced by Neil Guliano (NEIT Digital Media Production student), a 2015 Ten Men member.

To continue watching more of Neil’s Video Series OR learn more about Ten Men and the Rhode Island Coalition Against Domestic Violence: Click Here.

Dynamic Changes in the Advanced Manufacturing and Welding Industries

If you missed it: Rhode Island Creative Magazine recently publish a great article about TWO of our NEW degree programs, Advanced Manufacturing Technology and Welding Engineering Technology.

Advance Manufacturing Welding Degrees Rhode Island Creative Magazine

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 Advanced Manufacturing Technology or Welding Engineering Technology.

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Animal Shelter Supply Drive

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The Veterinary Technology Student Club is conducting an Animal Shelter Supply Drive.

October 19-30, 2015 

Donations will be donated to the East Greenwich Animal Protection League.

Acceptable items include:

Dry and Canned Cat and Dog Foods, Dog Bones, Dog Bully Sticks, Kongs, Treats, Cat Litter, Toys, Dishwasher Detergent, Dish Soap, Laundry Detergent, Cleaning Supplies, Paper Towels and Puppy Pee Pads.

Donation boxes are located on the Post Road & East Greenwich campuses.

Your help is GREATLY appreciated!

Blood Drive on 10/28

Blood drive

NEIT Grad gets Spotlight in RI Emissions Newsletter

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To read the entire Rhode Island Emissions Newsletter click link: RI News-Sept 2015-20150930

Report: Job Market for College Grads Improves | Inside Higher Ed

New England Tech’s Career Services Office has seen similar trends for New England Tech graduates. Recently, Career Services received an email from a local engineering firm seeking Field Service Engineers for Industrial Automation Controls stating that “We need to hire 5 Field Service Engineers over the next year. THREE by January of 2016.”  This is very exciting news for students and graduates in our Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering Technology as well as for those who are considering career opportunities in the engineering fields.

Source: Report: Job Market for College Grads Improves | Inside Higher Ed

The job market for college graduates is in for a third straight year of “explosive” growth, according to the largest annual survey of U.S. employers. Michigan State University’s Recruiting Trends report projects a 15 percent jump in hiring across all degree levels, driven primarily by growing companies and employee turnover. “Most signs point to another explosive year of growth in the job market for college graduates,” said Phil Gardner, director of the collegiate employment research institute and lead author of the nationwide survey of 4,700 employers. “Even if the economic headwinds strengthen, the college job market should withstand a bump in the road.”

Starting salaries are more of a mixed bag, though. They should grow between 2 and 5 percent over all, and some fields, like engineering and information technology, are likely to see even bigger hikes. But others may see starting salaries drop or lag behind inflation, and most employers, 61 percent, say they will not change them at all this year.

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 Electrical Engineering Technology. 

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Access Road Cookout a Success!

New England Tech would like to thank The Hinckley Yacht Company, Bald Hill Chrysler, RIPTA, Point Judith Marina and Carmax for attending the Access Road cookout on Thursday, October 15th. Students were able to speak with employers and learn about part-time opportunities and future jobs upon graduation.


Pictured are RIPTA employees, with the CEO Ray Studley and Warwick’s Mayor Avedisian.

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The New England Tech Chevy Camaro.


NEIT Faculty gets published in RI Emissions Newsletter

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The Read the Entire Rhode Island Emissions Newsletter Click: RI News-Sept 2015-20150930