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

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

DIGITAL MEDIA PRODUCTION

  • 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

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

  • 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.

CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT, ARCHITECTURAL BUILDING ENGINEERING & BUILDING CONSTRUCTION

  • 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

PLUMBING/HEATING & GAS

  •  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

ENGINEERING

HEALTH SCIENCES

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

SURGICAL TECHNOLOGY

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

CLINICAL MEDICAL ASSISTANT

  • 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.

NURSING

  • 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.

PHYSICAL THERAPIST ASSISTANTS

  • 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.

Scholarship Established in Memory of NEIT Alum

Brian F. Sullivan 1964-2014

Brian F. Sullivan
1964-2014

New England Tech is pleased to announce the establishment of the Brian F. Sullivan Memorial Scholarship Fund.  This scholarship was established with the assistance of Micro Technology Group (MTG) with additional support provided by the Kaplan Simons Family Foundation. These organizations each donated $2,500 which will be awarded to eligible students enrolled in NEIT’s Electronics Technology programs.

Brian was an NEIT alum who graduated in 1984 with an Associate in Science Degree in Electronics Technology.  Until his untimely death this past summer, Brian was employed at MTG as a manufacturer’s sales representative and became a close colleague and personal friend of Ed Renola, a senior executive at MTG. During a recent visit to the college to discuss the scholarship fund, Ed shared that Brian credited his professional success to the education he received at New England Tech.  To honor Brian and recognize the impact that NEIT had on his life, Ed, along with another MTG executive, Spencer Simons, established a scholarship in Brian’s memory.

Joelle DeQuattro-Sullivan, Alex Bucci, and Spencer Simons

Joelle DeQuattro-Sullivan, Alex Bucci, and Spencer Simons

MTG had one special request with the establishment of the scholarship.  Ed mentioned that he and Brian had a close mutual friend, Al Bucci. Ironically, Al’s grandson, Alex Bucci, is currently a NEIT student so MTG requested that Alex receive a scholarship in memory of Brian. A very industrious individual, Alex is currently a bachelor’s candidate in the Architectural Building Engineering Technology program.   He also earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Construction Management in September, 2013 and an Associate in Science Degree in Building Construction & Design in March, 2012. Alex is also the co-owner of a construction company.

On January 14, 2015, much to his surprise, Alex was presented with a $1,000 scholarship as the first recipient of the Brian F. Sullivan Memorial Scholarship by Joelle DeQuattro–Sullivan, Brian’s wife, along with Spencer Simons from MTG.    A well-deserving student was honored while remembering a well-respected grad.

ACE Students Showcase Their Talent

Jazz Sussman Moss with Phil Marks

Jazz Sussman Moss with Phil Marks

Once again, New England Tech served as the host site for approximately 25 dedicated high school students and their mentors during a 16-week program with ACE Rhode Island (Architecture, Construction, Engineering). Through the efforts of Phil Marks, Department Chair, Architectural/Building Engineering Technology; Erin Flynn, Manager of Admissions Outreach and Events; and, Jeff Cathcart of J. Cathcart, Inc., who served as the ACE representative, this program proved to be a great success.

ACE Rhode Island gives area high school students the opportunity to work closely with building industry professionals to explore the various jobs available in the fields of architecture, engineering, and construction. Serving as mentors to the students, these individuals share their expertise through discussion of industry career paths while focusing on a wide range of hands-on design projects. Field trips to mentors’ offices along with actual job site tours demonstrate to these students how various professions work together to bring construction projects to completion.

14-ACE StudentsOn March 12, 2014, these students presented their outstanding projects to the mentors, fellow students, and family members. These unique designs ranged from vacation property to sustainable homes. Erin Flynn stated, “This after school program was a perfect example of education partnering with industry. These students were so committed to learning everything they possibly could, and it certainly showed in their presentations.”

For more information about Architectural Building Engineer Associate and Bachelor degree program, please contact Admissions by phone at 800-736-7744 ext. 3357 or by email at NEITAdmissions@neit.edu.

New England Institute of Technology partners with ACE Mentor Program

ACE mentoring program Rhode Island - architecture construction engineeringNew England Institute of Technology partners with ACE Mentor Program

ACE’s Rhode Island program helps high school students discover how to translate their interests and abilities into exciting, rewarding careers in Architecture, Construction, and Engineering. Professionals drawn from leading area firms mentor teams of students, explaining the inner workings of their jobs, leading tours of major construction sites and challenging the teams with hands-on design projects.

The program also gives students a chance to win college scholarships and cultivate industry contacts that could help them obtain college admissions, internships and full-time positions.

For more information on the ACE RI program or to register a student please visit http://www.acementor.org/686