Automotive grad talks ProTech

The Rhode Show showcases how New England Tech Automotive Associate degree graduate Anthony Bodine’s ProTech Automotive Services.  ProTech is not your average Automotive Service shop. Bodine is proud to help customers solve sometimes the most complicated auto problems.  As cars continue to get more and more sophisticated when something goes wrong it isn’t always clear what the cause of problem actually is. At ProTech, the technicians are trained to diagnose the problem based on your vehicles symptoms and are able to make appropriate repairs.

New England Tech is also proud of the success Anthony has had at ProTech but also that Anthony comes to New England Tech Career Services when he has positions available at ProTech because he knows first hand the quality education our students receive.

Technology Career Expo a HUGE Success

9-Technology ExpoNEIT’s largest annual Technology Career Expo was held on March 12th with 81 companies on campus.  Local, regional and national companies came to speak with students and alumni from several Engineering Technologies, Construction Management, Criminal justice, Business Management, Interior Design, Digital Media Production, Video Game Design, and Information Technologies.

One employer stated, “Candidates were dressed to impress and were well prepared.”

Many students and graduates secured interviews and made great connections.

Successful Video Grad Speaks With Current Students

New England Tech would like to give a big thank you to Christian Beaulieu, a 2013 graduate from the Video Audio Program (currently named Digital Media Production). Christian assisted Career Services in speaking with a Digital Media Production class today regarding interviewing and finding work. Christian stressed the importance of having technical qualities and strong skills in communication. His perseverance led him to a few part time jobs and eventually landed him his first full time job. He will be working at HB Communications in Digital Media along with a part time job at Gillette Stadium as an Audio Visual Tech. Congratulations, Christian!

Demand for college-educated employees is on the rise

Demand for college-educated employees is on the rise, a trend that can be a mixed bag for job hunters.

From 1967 to 2007, the share of high-skill managerial and professional jobs rose from 21 percent to 35 percent of U.S. employment, according to a new report from Georgetown University’s Center on Education and the Workforce. Over the same period, the report noted, the share of college-educated workers rose from 13 percent to 32 percent, and those workers are producing more than half of the country’s economic output.

“For those who get a post-secondary education, and who get it in the right field, it’s a very positive story,” said Anthony P. Carnevale, the center’s director and lead author of the report.

via MSNBC click the link to read entire story: The downside of high demand for college-educated workers.

16 things you should remove from your resume

Resume Tips from Career Services and TheLadders:
An eye-tracking study by TheLadders found that the average recruiter spends only six seconds reviewing a resume before deciding if it’s worth a closer inspection. When you only have six seconds to make the right impression, you have to make every word on your resume count.

Below I’ve compiled a list of 16 items you can remove from your resume right away that will help your job application avoid the hiring manager’s trash pile.

Objective

Head shot

Inappropriate email addresses

Mailing address

Multiple phone numbers

Personal details

Irrelevant social media accounts

Current employer’s contact info

Embedded tables

Click the link to read the complete list and explanation: 16 things you should remove from your resume.

Why Job Boards Aren’t Effective Anymore

Great story shared by Career Services about the importance of networking and utilizing social channels like LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter.

From  CAREEREALISM:

At one time, job boards were the way to go for job seekers. It’s where you could post your resume for employers and recruiters to view, and apply to job openings. But today, it’s a different story.

Job boards are simply not as effective anymore since there are social media outlets like LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter where you can pretty much network your way to the right contacts. The fact is, job boards have a 2-4% effectiveness rate whereas networking has over a 50% effectiveness rate.

Think about if you were a hiring manager: Would you be more likely to take time to interview a candidate you don’t know except for what’s been given on a submitted cover letter and resume, or someone who’s been referred to you?

A referral has much less risk, and that’s why networking has a higher success rate than job boards when it comes to securing a position.

Here are a few other things about the limitations of using job boards when you’re a job seeker:

1. Your resume is falling into a black hole.

2. Hundreds of others have already applied to the job by the time it makes it to the job board.

3. You’re wasting time because you’re not getting to the decision maker directly.

4. Many job openings never make it to the job boards.

5. Hiring managers and recruiters are sourcing talent through LinkedIn.

Click the link to read the entire story via Why Job Boards Aren’t Effective Anymore | CAREEREALISM.

Technology Career Expo is Scheduled

DUE to impending Snow Storm on Wednesday and Thursday, March 4th and March 5th, we have rescheduled the Technology Career Expo to Thursday, MARCH 12, 2015 from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

This event is for New England Tech students and graduates ONLY.

8-Tech Career Expo
Please join us for our annual Technology Career Expo on Thursday, March 5, 2015. This event will be held on all three levels of Tech Way on the East Greenwich Campus from 9:30 am to 12:30 pm. This is a private event, open only to NEIT students and graduates, with over 80 companies set to attend. So take advantage of this great networking opportunity! Be sure to have your resumes ready and to dress in appropriate business attire. Current students from all quarters and graduates from the following technologies are encouraged to attend: ABT (AS/BS), CJ (AS/BS), CMT (BS), CYBT (BS), DRA, ELY, EST, EET/ELT (BS), GDS (AS/BS), GMW, ID (AS/BS), ITN (AS/BS), ITS (AS/BS), MCT (AS/BS), MGT (AS/BS), VAP, VGD (AS/BS). If you have any questions, contact the Career Services Office at 401-739-5000 x3458.

As of 3/11/2015:

A/Z Corporation

Aerotek

Amazing Charts

American Ecotech

Apple

ARS Products

Astro-Med Inc.

Atrion Networking Corporation

Barker Steel

Brave River Solutions

Bridge Technical Talent

Cardi’s Furniture

CertainTeed

Cianbro

Collette

Conneaut Industries

CoWorx Staffing Services

Cranston Police Department

Cumberland Police Department

CW28 (WLWC-TV)

Day-O-Lite Manufacturing

East Bay Community Action Program

EMC

Empire Prototype Development

FM Global

General Dynamics Electric Boat

GTECH

Heidrea Communications

Hope Valley Industries

iAutomation

Interstate Electrical Services

Ironside

Kenzan Media

KVH Industries, Inc.

Lenze Americas

Live-Resume.com

Lockheed Window Corp

Lucas Milhaupt

Lumber Contact Recruiters

MCM Technologies and Rosco Mfg.

MEDITECH

MetLife GTO

Mike Picard Motion Pictures

National Lumber

NetBrain Technologies

New England Construction

Ocean Spray Cranberries

Ocean State Signal Co.

Oldcastle BuildingEnvelope

Packaging Technology Group

Partners By Design LLC

Pivot

Precision Design Studios

Primerica

Quick Fitting

Rhode Island Air National Guard

RIBI Security

RiverHead Building Supply

Rockwell Automation

RoviSys

Ryan Iron Works

Schneider Electric

Secure Future Tech Solutions

SecZetta

Sensata Technologies

Shape Up, Inc.

Shawmut Design and Construction

Tech Collective

Tech Research Group

Technetics

Thielsch Engineering

Tiffany & Co.

Toray Plastics (America)

TriMark United East

TV9 Seekonk

United States Air Force Reserve

U.S. Army

US Department of State, Diplomatic Security Service

W.B. Mason

Wayne J. Griffin Electric, Inc.

Whalley Computer Associates

Woodard & Curran

Wrentham Tool Group

Yushin America, Inc.

Join us for our Annual Transportation Technology Career Fair!

DUE to impending Snow Storm on Monday and possibly Tuesday, February 10, 2015, we have rescheduled the Transportation Technology Career Fair to MARCH 10, 2015 from 9:30 a.m. to 12 p.m.

On Tuesday, February 10, 2015 from 9:30 am to 12 pm the Career Services Office will be hosting its annual Transportation Technology Career Fair on the Access Road Campus – 101 Access Road, Warwick, RI 02886. This is a private event, open only to NEIT students and graduates, so take advantage of this great networking opportunity! Current students from all quarters are encouraged to attend. Be sure to have your resumes ready and to dress in appropriate business attire. If you have any questions, contact the Career Services Office at 401-739-5000 x3458.

List of participating companies (as of 3/6/2015):

  1. Balise VW, West Warwick, RI – www.balisevw.com
  2. Boat Works of So. Windsor, So. Windsor, CT – www.ctboatworks.com
  3. Boch Automotive, Norwood, MA – www.boch.com
  4. Boston BoatWorks, Charlestown, MA – www.mjmyachts.com
  5. Carriage House of New London Mercedes-Benz, New London, CT – www.mercedesct.com
  6. Cumberland Gulf Goup, Framingham, MA – www.cumberlandfarms.com
  7. D & D Auto Body, Norwood, MA – www.ddautobodyinc.com
  8. Dejana Truck & Utility Company, Kings Park, NY – www.dejana.com
  9. Enterprise Rent a Car, Cranston, RI – www.go.enterprise.com
  10. Flood Ford / Quick Lane, East Greenwich, RI – www.floodauto.com
  11. GEICO, various NE locations – www.geico.com
  12. General Dynamics Electric Boat, North Kingstown, RI – www.gdeb.com
  13. Hertz, Cranston, RI – www.hertz.com
  14. Inskip’s Warwick Automall, Warwick, RI – www.warwickautomall.com
  15. Milton Cat, Milford, MA – www.miltoncat.com
  16. Nationwide Insurance, Harrisburg, PA – www.nationwide.com
  17. Newport Shipyard, Newport, RI – www.newportshipyard.com
  18. Oak Leaf Marina, Old Saybrook, CT – www.oakleafmarina.com
  19. Orleans Auto Supply, Hyannis, MA – www.orleansautosupply.com
  20. Pep Boys, W. Warwick, RI – www.pepboys.com
  21. Rhode Island Air National Guard, Cranston, RI – www.goang.com
  22. State Auto Body, Providence, RI – www.stateautobodyri.com
  23. Sullivan Tire, Taunton, MA – www.sullivantire.com
  24. Tasca Automotive Group, Cranston, RI – www.tasca.com
  25. Toyota of Dartmouth, Dartmouth, MA – www.toyotaofdartmouth.com
  26. TravelCenters of America, Willington, CT – www.tatravelcenters.com
  27. Wagner Audi of Shrewsbury, Shrewsbury, MA – www.audishrewsbury.com
  28. Wagner BMW of Shrewsbury, Shrewsbury, MA – www.wagnerbmwofshrewsbury.com
  29. Wagner Mercedes of Shrewsbury, Shrewsbury, MA – www.wagnermercedesofshrewsbury.com
  30. Wurth USA, Ramsey, NJ – www.wurthusa.com

*Check back often for the most up-to-date list of attending companies.

Brewer Street Boatworks with NEIT students at the 2014 Transportation Technology Career Expo.

Brewer Street Boatworks with NEIT students at the 2014 Transportation Technology Career Expo.

Many companies bring display vehicles which makes for an exciting, interactive event!

Many companies bring display vehicles which makes for an exciting, interactive event!

Calling all Electrical Engineers!

New England Tech’s Career Services has received 7 job listings in the last week alone for companies seeking Bachelor candidates for Electrical Engineering positions. These companies are local New England based employers with salaries ranging from $40k – $80k.  It is a very active job market for Bachelors in Electrical Engineering graduates! 

If you are considering a career path in Electrical Engineering, NOW is the time to get started.  Contact Admissions TODAY by phone at 800-736-7744 ext. 3357 or by email at NEITAdmissions@neit.edu.

 

Career Services held IT recruiting event

New England Tech’s Career Services held a mini-recruiting event on Wednesday, November 5, 2014 for Information Technology graduates and upcoming graduates.

Five employers were on-campus to recruit and meet students and graduates from all the Information Technology programs.

The event was designed to help these companies fill current positions at their companies. 

It was also a great networking event for students not yet looking for employment and also gives students an opportunity to learn more about companies who hire New England Tech graduates.  As well as determine a company students may wish to apply to as they get closer to graduation.

If you were unable to attend this event and are a NEIT graduate, contact Career Services by phone at 800-736-7744 ext. 3457 , job info and contact info for recruiters will be supplied to you.