Begin Your Future & Earn Free College Course Credit

The All Course Network (ACN) is designed to help districts and schools by creating opportunities exclusively for Rhode Island students to envision, pursue and realize their individualized graduation pathway outside of the traditional school day.

Over 500 Rhode Island students have discovered the NEIT EDGE, by utilizing this unique opportunity to take college courses and earn college credits while still in high school. Learn by doing in our state-of-the-art classrooms and labs – for free!

Interested in exploring your future? Sign up for one of the courses New England Tech has to offer.

  1. Registration opens May 2nd. Seats are limited!
  2. Visit: https://enrollri.force.com/Courses/courses_sitelogin
  3. Create your Student Account
  4. View and select courses

NEIT will provide all the books and learning materials at no cost to the student and, in most cases, for them to keep. If you choose a welding course, you will leave with a welding jacket, gloves, and safety goggles.

Don’t wait. Seats are very limited!

Email Doug Leigh, [email protected], with any questions.

ACN Terms

Summer CyberSecurity Camp: August 1, 2022 – August 5, 2022

Fall: October 4, 2022 – December 15, 2022

Winter: January 9, 2023 – March 16, 2023

Spring: March 27, 2023 – May 25, 2023

**NEW!** CyberSecurity Camp

Calling all high schoolers interested in IT and Cybersecurity: Sign up for NEIT’s CyberSecurity Camp! 

NEIT’s one-week Cybersecurity camp will immerse you into a variety of industry topics.

This camp will expose you to basic pen testing concepts in which students will evaluate and analyze computer and network security by performing various attacks on different computer systems.

Examine and understand the importance of reconnaissance, policy development and incident response. You will utilize tools such as port scanners, packet sniffers etc.. Students will also be shown methods for identifying some basic attacks such as phishing and social engineering.

August 1, 2022 – August 5, 2022

9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

Lunch will be provided to all campers.

Sign up now!

 

 

Explore Available Courses

  • CyberSecurity Camp **NEW!! ONE WEEK ONLY**

    Calling all high schoolers interested in IT and Cybersecurity: Sign up for NEIT’s CyberSecurity Camp! 

    NEIT’s one-week Cybersecurity camp will immerse you into a variety of industry topics.

    This camp will expose you to basic pen testing concepts in which students will evaluate and analyze computer and network security by performing various attacks on different computer systems.

    Examine and understand the importance of reconnaissance, policy development and incident response. You will utilize tools such as port scanners, packet sniffers etc.. Students will also be shown methods for identifying some basic attacks such as phishing and social engineering.

    August 1, 2022 – August 5, 2022

    9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

    Lunch will be provided to all campers.

    Sign up now!

  • Explore Automotive Technology

    TT106 Introduction to Vehicle Maintenance, 3 credit course. This course is designed to familiarize incoming students with the operations of the Transportation Labs and the overall program. Students will be introduced to shop safety procedures, various types of hand tools and their uses, measuring tools, and shop equipment such as lifts and scan tools. In addition, the various fasteners that will be encountered in the program will be explained and their uses discussed. Through a combination of both classroom and lab work, students will also be exposed to various basic vehicle maintenance checks and procedures.

    Students will also practice online information and data retrieval as well as recording-keeping. Students will be introduced to a wide range of potential career opportunities and work environments in the automotive field. Students will be asked to demonstrate proficiency using shop equipment such as lifts, jacks, jack stands, and jump packs.

    This class will be offered Fall 2022 at NEIT’s Access Road Campus (Warwick, RI)

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  • Explore Skills to Build Your Financial Future

    MGM 230 Planning Your Financial Future, 3 credit course. This interactive course will teach you how to prepare for your successful financial future. Topics covered will include identifying financial goals, budgeting, cash, and credit management, purchasing, and owning a house, effective insurance buying, an introduction to investments, and retirement planning. Special guest lectures will provide real-word examples on how understanding financial fundamentals impact their day-to-day life and yours.

    This class will be offered Fall 2022 and Spring 2023 (virtually). 

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    What are students saying about this course?

    “I would tell more of my friends about this class because they missed out on a great learning experience.  This was a great class overall, and I really enjoyed it.”

    “This class is beneficial because it taught me many things about finance that never crossed my mind. Shelby and Hank are very enthusiastic people, and that was the best part about this class.”

    “I’d like to say thank you to Mr. Johnson and Shelby. They were excellent with engaging the class and explaining concepts and did exceptionally well with fitting ten weeks’ worth of information into half the time.”

    “At my school, I took a course that was half about personal finance and half about business. I think my favorite part of the class was just that I got to learn a ton about finances. However, I feel as if I went more in-depth and learned more in this short course than the entire school year about personal finance. I feel more comfortable applying these aspects of personal finance to my life, and I think just having the knowledge will really help me.”

  • Explore the US Criminal Justice System

    CJ 120 Forensics I, 5-credit course. This course focuses on basic police science theories and techniques and introduces students to crime scene investigation and the analysis of physical evidence typically found at crime scenes. The focus is on crime scene management, recognition, documentation, collection, preservation and processing of crime scene evidence.

    Students will work in an actual forensic laboratory and on a simulated crime scene. The laboratory component will allow students to employ practical application skills of the forensic topics studied. Assignments from this course will be incorporated into the student’s portfolio.

    This class will be offered Fall 2022 at NEIT’s Access Road Campus (Warwick, RI)

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    **NEW!** CJ 114 The Court System, 4-credit course. This course teaches the fundamentals of the criminal and civil legal system in America and includes an overview of federal, state and lower courts. It covers the dynamics of courthouse justice, the roles judges, prosecutors, defense attorneys, witnesses, victims and defendants fill, as well as the trial process and sentencing

    This class will be offered Winter 2023 (campus TBD)

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  • Explore Engineering Technology

    ENG 118 Introduction to Engineering Technology and Lab, 3-credit course. This course is an introduction to engineering technology that gives an overview of the profession and explores typical duties and workplace environments for technicians, technologists, and engineers today and in the future. Students use mathematics and critical thinking skills related to various fields of engineering. The Microsoft Office Suite of products is used for solving problems and generating reports and presentations.

    This class will be offered Fall 2022 at NEIT’s East Greenwich Campus

    Sign up now!

  • Explore Video Game Design

    VGD 114 Introduction to Game Development, 3-credit course. This course is an overview of the game development industry. Students will learn what is involved in developing a professional game from start to finish. Topics include the game development life cycle, developing a budget and game specification documents. Students will also be exposed to important physics, math and artificial intelligence concepts relevant to game development.

    This class will be offered Fall 2022 (campus TBD)

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    VGD 244 Unity I, 4-credit course. This course will provide a foundation in the tools, techniques, and production methods for creating game environments and successfully using Unity 3D in production situations.

    This class will be offered Winter 2023 at NEIT’s East Greenwich Campus

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  • Explore Welding Engineering Technology

    **NEW!** WEL 151 Industrial Welding I (SMAW), 3-credit course. This course is intended to teach students the fundamental theory of Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW). Introductory SMAW lab activities focus on machine selection, classification of electrodes, safety issues and basic welding techniques using electrode 7018 fillet weld for plate build up and for joints in the following positions: flat (1F), horizontal (2F), vertical (3F) and overhead (4F).

    This class will be offered Winter 2023 at NEIT’s Access Road Campus (Warwick, RI)

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  • Explore Healthcare

    MAA 111 Introduction to Careers in Healthcare, 3-credit course. The structure of the healthcare field will be examined. This will include medicine, nursing, and many allied health professions. Discussion and investigation into the roles of many health professionals will be examined. Students will undergo investigation into three professions of their choice for the end project for this class.

    This class will be offered Winter 2023 at NEIT’s East Greenwich Campus

    Sign up now!