News from Career Services: Week of 10/3/2016

New Hires!

  • R & D Engineering Technician for Hanna Instruments, Woonsocket, RI (ELTB)
  • Apprentice for Chris Electric, Newport, RI (ELY)
  • Electrical Designer for Electric Boat, Quonset Pt (ELY)
  • Engineer/Draftsman for Porter Machine, W. Greenwich, RI (MCTB)
  • Game Designer /R&D freelancer for MasonDogg Studios, Atlanta, GA (VDEB)
  • Field Service Engineer for MFL Group, Cumberland, RI (ELTB) – Traveling to Italy for training!
  • IT Support Technician Intern with East Bridgewater Public Schools, (ITN) – NEIT alum posted the role as he also landed a full time job with them from his Internship.



  • Animal Clinic in Warwick, RI posted two roles – Vet Tech and a Veterinary Receptionist that works for graduates from Animal Business Management in order to get a foot in the door with a veterinary clinic.
  • Vet Clinic in Warwick, RI posted a role for a Vet Tech.  NEIT Vet Techs continue to be in high demand.


Companies in the following cities have all expanded and are in need of Apprentices, Journeyman and Master Technicians.  All are struggling to find more workers!

  • Wakefield, RI
  • Providence, RI
  • Charlestown, RI
  • Woonsocket, RI
  • One company has various locations in RI, CT, MA

Additional Plumbing/Heating & Gas Technology opportunities:

  • Carver, MA – Maintenance Mechanic
  • Bristol, MA – Plumber/Operations Manager
  • Boston, MA – Maintenance Technician
  • Storrs, CT – Building Services Manager
  • South Easton, MA – Field Service Technician


  • Providence, RI – Marketing and Accounting Internships
  • Cranston, RI – Project Support Specialist


  • A Health Center in Maine is seeking a Sleep Studies Technician.  This role works well for graduates from the Respiratory Care program.
  • A hospital in New London, CT recruiting Surgical Techs for the Maternity Unit OR.


  • A company in Taunton, MA posted a paid Computer Engineering Internship that is ideal for students in ITN or CYBT.
  • A company in E. Taunton, MA contacted NEIT to say that they are having explosive growth and they are looking for candidates from a variety of technical programs including IT Software and Graphics, Multimedia, and Web Design.
  • A company in Southington, CT posted two jobs with NEIT:
    • Systems Administrator for graduates of IT Networking or Cyber Security
    • Software Developer Level I for graduates from IT Software Engineering or Game Development


Electronics Systems Engineering / Electrical Engineering Technology:

  • Providence, RI company is looking for Machine Builder/Programmer candidates ($40-50K).
  • Pawtucket, RI company is seeking candidates for both Engineering and Technician level positions.
  • Mansfield, MA company is seeking Maintenance Control Technicians paying $27-34/hr.  Great for our ELTB, ESTA, and ELY graduates.

Electrical Technology:

  • Canton, MA company has an Entry Level Technician position for ELY graduates interested in working with industrial electrical industry.
  • Fall River, MA company is seeking Electrical Technician candidates working with electrical controls and production equipment.



News from Career Services: Week of 9/19/16

New Hires!

  • Electrical Technician for Schneider Electric, Foxboro, MA (ELY)
    Web Designer for Acushnet Alternative Heating, Acushnet, MA (GMW)
    Assistant Project Manager for CAM HVAC, Smithfield, RI (CMT)
    Convergence Technician for Carousel Industries, Exeter, RI (CYBT). Carousel has hired many NEIT grads over the years!


Solar Jobs!!
Raynham, MA company seeking Entry Level Apprentices
Westwood, MA company seeking Solar Installer Technicians
New Bedford, MA company hiring Project Managers for their commercial and industrial projects


NEIT’s Annual Health Sciences Career Fair, is being held October 20, 2016
• To date: 18 employers attending – Several of the major health groups will be represented: Care New England, Lifespan, Southcoast Health, South Shore Health, & Stewart Healthcare

A Woonsocket, RI office is looking for a Medical Assistant.


A private school in Westerly, RI posted a role for a part-time Technology Technician that would work well for a student in any of the IT programs.
A company in Norton, MA reached out to Career Services with a role for an IT Associate. The job is well-paid and a good fit for IT Networking grads.
A Massachusetts public school posted a Paid Internship for IT Networking and Cyber Security.


A Providence, RI company posted a role for an E-Commerce Developer. Position works well for students from Graphics, Multimedia, and Web Design and also IT Software Engineering.
A credit union in Smithfield, RI posted a full-time Digital Marketing Specialist position – a great fit for GMW grads


Boston, MA – several openings ideal for DMP graduates in all areas of Broadcast
Chicopee, MA – Production Assistant
Providence, RI – Digital Content Producer
Warwick, RI – Digital Media Intern (part-time paid)


A company in Attleboro, MA is seeking MCT candidates for Engineering Technician and Process Engineering Technician roles.
A company out of Irving, CA is recruiting for Technical Support Engineer candidates to work remotely supporting their product line.


Automotive Technicians, full or part time at companies in the following cities:

  • East Greenwich, RI and Narraganset, RI
  • Warwick, RI
  • Nantucket, MA
  • Ayer, MA and Narragansett, RI –also looking for a Manager
  • Raynham/Taunton MA & Providence, RI
  • West Kington, RI – graduate of NEIT owns this shop and wants to hire a Technician
  • North Kingstown, RI – looking for a Class A Experienced Mechanic
  • Marlborough, MA – Vehicle Equipment Installers

Experienced and Entry-level Auto Body Technicians needed at companies in the following cities:

  • Easton, MA
  • West Warwick, RI
  • Johnston, RI
  • Warwick, RI
  • Marlborough, MA
  • Providence, RI – Metal Finisher/Painter

Marine Technicians needed at companies in the following cities:

  • Tracy’s Landing, MD
  • Commack, NY
  • Marmoneck, NY

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

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


  • 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


  • 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.


  • 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


  •  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



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


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


  • 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.


  • 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.


  • 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.

TechXpo 2016 Attracts Over 75 Companies and Hundreds of Students and Alumni

On March 10, 2016, the Career Services Office held its annual Technology Career Expo (TechXpo) on the East Greenwich Campus. This event is the largest career event that the college hosts, with hundreds of representatives attending from companies across the region and beyond. This year the event was geared towards students and alumni from Business Management, Criminal Justice, Cyber Security, Digital Media Production, Electrical Technology, Electronics Systems, Electrical Engineering, Game Development/Simulation Programming, Graphics/Multimedia/Web Design, Information Technology – Network Engineering/Software Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, and Video Game Development/Design. The majority of the companies who attended the event were actively recruiting for positions in their company and provided insight into the many different careers that can stem from earning a New England Tech degree. Several companies had representatives present who were NEIT Alumni themselves, and they did a great job of conveying how their degrees from NEIT helped shape their careers. The alumni were:

• Keith Tingus from ACS Services, Inc.
• Michael Paulhus from Amica Mutual Insurance Company
• Sarah (Renaud) Martone from Brave River Solutions
• Kyle Daun from Compass IT Compliance
• Jeremy Girard from Envision Technology Advisors
• Glenn Barboza, Justin Taylor, and Jarrod Hastie from iAutomation
• Darren Bathgate from Kenzan
• Gary Maccarone from Ocean State Signal Company
• Gregory Winslow from Overhead Door Co. of Providence
• Thomas Battista from Schneider Electric
• Gordon Tempest from Secure Future Tech Solutions
• Mike Esposito from SencorpWhite, Inc.
• Shawn Harmon from Sertex Broadband Solutions
• James Sloan and David Balls from Tech Research Group
• Rory Manier and Robert-Louis Valle from TJX
• Jim Maymon from Tyco SimplexGrinnell
• Jeff Souza and Ronald Roberts from Woodard & Curran

Many of the employers made comments about how impressed they were by the attendees’ professional attire and preparedness during the event, and some students and alumni were even able to secure interviews the day of the TechXpo. New England Institute of Technology would like to thank everyone who attended the event, as well as the volunteers who helped coordinate another successful Career Expo! New England Tech career events are always closed to the public, which makes it a great opportunity to network and make connections with employers who are specifically interested in NEIT students and alumni. Next year will mark the 20th annual Technology Career Expo and we hope to make it our largest and best-attended TechXpo ever!

These guys dressed to impress!

These guys dressed to impress!


Lots of activity in Tech Way during the TechXpo.


NEIT Alumni Jeremy Girard from Envision Technology Advisors speaks with a current student.


Graphics, Multimedia & Web Design student Bailey Jaeckel presents his resume to Tiffany & Co.

New England Tech Ranked One of the Best Small Colleges News from

New England Institute of Technology has been identified as having one of the best small colleges for ISTP Myers-Briggs personality types in our recent ranking. The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator Test (MBTI) is the most common personality measure in the United States. A student with the ISTP personality type is someone who is creative, optimistic, and loves to work with their hands.

The ranking considered overall cost of attendance, student to faculty ratio, inclusion on notable lists, ranking by U.S. News and World Report, and number of ISTP areas of study.

New England Institute of Technology has been ranked as #15.

This ranking highlights the top 30 small colleges for those with an ISTP personality.

About ISTP Personality Types

The ISTP Personality is referred to as “the Virtuoso” and considered an Explorer. These are people who love to explore the world with their hands. They are “makers” who love to move between projects and take things apart to see how they work. From a very early age, this Myers-Briggs personality type loves to tinker. Some of their best attributes include their optimism, energy, creativity, practicality, knowing how to prioritize tasks; they are excellent in a crisis and remain relaxed at all times. To some they may seem “simple” or not highly intelligent, but this is NOT often the case. This blend of traits makes for a very enigmatic person who can also be spontaneous and unpredictable. Some of their potential negative attributes include being stubborn, insensitive, reserved, easily bored, disliking commitment and sometimes even engaging in risky behavior. Some of the best ISTP jobs include mechanic, engineering, graphic design, forensic science, construction, farming, emergency medicine and landscape architect.

#15 – New England Institute of Technology – East Greenwich, Rhode Island

New England Institute of technology Best College for ISTP PersonalityPoints: 11
University Website

The New England Institute of Technology is a leader in technical career training in southeastern New England. The institute is a private, non-profit technical college offering associate’s, bachelor’s, master’s and online degrees in more than 40 programs. Each program has been specifically designed based upon contribution from both educators and industry experts. The focus at New England Tech is to “give each student a solid balance: a base of analytical skills with hands-on training.” Most of the bachelor’s degree programs can be completed in as little as 3 years. There are several options for the ISTP personality type at all levels. There are several available associate’s degree options. At the bachelor’s level, the following ISTP degree options are available:

The following graduate level programs are also offered:

  1. Master of Science in Construction Management
  2. Online Master of Science Degree in Construction Management

Cost of Attendance: $23,814
Overall School Accreditation:
New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC)
Enrollment: 2,841
Student/Faculty Ratio: 13:1
US News and World Report Ranking:
#140 Best Online Bachelor’s Degree Programs
Inclusion on the Following National Ranking Lists: The 10 Best Trade Schools in America for Aspiring Mechanics – Ranked #7
ISTP Majors: More than 5

Join us for TECHXPO 2016!

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Please join us for TECHXPO 2016, our annual Technology Career Expo, on Thursday, March 10, 2016. 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 many 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: Business Management, Criminal Justice, Cyber Security, Digital Media Production, Electrical Technology, Electronics Systems, Electrical Engineering, Game Development/Simulation Programming, Graphics/Multimedia/Web Design, Information Technology – Network Engineering/Software Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, and Video Game Development/Design. If you have any questions, contact the Career Services Office at 401-739-5000 x 3458.

List of attending companies (as of 3/2/2016):

Automation Lab Features New Training Equipment

12-Automation LabThe Electrical Engineering Technology department has completed the installation of its new Lab-Volt® 3531 Process Control Training System.  The equipment, which was purchased through a $117,000 grant from the Champlin Foundations, was installed in the department’s Automation Lab located in room S351.  The training system will be used by both Electrical Engineering Technology and Mechanical Engineering Technology students for process measurement and control classes in the respective Bachelor of Science degree programs.  The courses will prepare students for today’s high-tech methods of process control techniques in the areas of flow, pressure and level.  The equipment installation completes the second phase of the Automation Lab.  Faculty from both departments completed a two-day training session provided by Lab-Volt®.

For more information on NEIT’s Electrical Engineering Technology and Mechanical Engineering Technology degree programs, contact the Admissions Office at 800-736-7744, by email at or visit

Student Tutors Hard At Work

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Travis Wilson, left, and Eddie Dipasquale with their test stand.

Travis Wilson is a 6th quarter student in NEIT’s Associate in Science degree program in Electrical Technology (ELY). Eddie DiPasquale is a 3rd quarter student in the Bachelor of Science degree program in Electrical Engineering Technology.  Both ELY tutors, Travis and Eddie designed a Power Factor Correction test stand to be used for lab demonstrations to NEIT students. The test stand will also be used during Electrical Technology’s Tech Nite presentations to prospective students and their families.

Power factor measures the percentage of electricity that is being used to do useful work and determines whether energy is being wasted.  Power factor monitoring is a demand-side energy management usage issue important to states, utility companies, and businesses to ensure safe and efficient use of power. Students in ELY’s 2nd quarter use trigonometry to study power factor as well as inductive and capacitive circuits.  This test stand allows students to see a real time power factor issue and learn how to correct it through the use of capacitors that reduce the electrical current drawn from a power supply and increase a system’s capacity.

Incorporating a one-horsepower motor, controls, wiring, lumber, and a ladder, Travis and Eddie worked together to design and build the test stand. They researched and sized all components and re-used various materials available in the lab.  Michael Petit, Department Chair of the Electrical Technology program stated, “This project demonstrates another way in which our ELY tutors help support our program, and we are all very grateful for the time they spent completing this project.”

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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Congratulations, Dr. Sherman!

Douglas ShermanThe New England Tech community extends sincere congratulations to Douglas H. Sherman, Ed.D., Senior Vice President and Provost. Doug recently earned his doctorate degree in education from Northeastern University. Previously, he received both a Master of Science degree as well as a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Rhode Island.  We wish him continued success as he carries out his duties leading the Office of Teaching and Learning.