Construction & Design Casual Networking Event Company List

NEIT’s Construction & Design Casual Networking Event was held on Wednesday, October 17th from 3:00-5:30 p.m. at the East Greenwich Campus (Tech Way 2) for graduates and currently enrolled students in:

  • Architectural/Building Engineering
  • Building Construction/Cabinet Making Technology
  • Civil Engineering Technology
  • Construction Management
  • Interior Design

This casual event was great way to connect and network with local companies to learn about what they do and potential technology-related job opportunities.

There were 9 New England Tech alumnus that attended this event with their company!

The following 19 companies attended the event:

If you have any questions, please contact the Career Services Office at 401-739-5000 ext. 3458 or e-mail Kathleen Dohoney at

News from Career Services: August 2018

The following is a collection of job postings the Career Services Office obtained  for August 2018. Some company names have been omitted for privacy purposes.

Big News! New Jobs! NEIT graduates let us know they found employment at the following places:

  • Marine Technician, The Hinckley Company, Portsmouth, RI (MT/MGTB)
  • Electrical Technician, Control Automation Group, Warwick, RI (ELY)
  • Occupational Therapist, Hartford Public School, CT (MSOT)
  • Plumbing Apprentice, William J. Riley Plumbing/Heating, Warwick, RI (PBLH)
  • Occupational Therapy Assistant with the Cumberland School District (OTA)
  • Project Manager for Provant Health, E. Greenwich, RI (ITBS)
  • Cyber Security Analyst with Brown Brothers Harriman, New York, NY (CYBT)
  • Automotive Technician at Tasca in Cranston, RI (AUT)
  • Mechanical Draftsman with Electric Boat, New London, CT (MCTB)
  • Cyber Security Analyst with Dell Secureworks, Providence, RI (CYBT)
  • Project Manager with D.F. Pray, Seekonk, MA (CMTB)
  • Mechanical Engineer for VCI Displays, Pawtucket, RI (MCTA)
  • Technician with Amazon, Seattle, WA (ITBN)
  • Software Engineer Intern for Virgin Pulse, Providence, RI (ITS)
  • Journeyman Plumber, Spencer’s Plumbing, Warwick, RI (PLBH)
  • Construction Intern, Schimenti Construction Co., Ridgefield, CT (BCD)
  • Technical Design Assistant, Red House Custom Building, Providence, RI (ABTB)
  • SolidWorks Design Intern for JCM Design & Display, Providence, RI (MCTA)
  • Virtual Reality Paid Intern with RI Public Broadcasting Service (PBS), Providence, RI (VGD)
  • Lab Specialist, Coastal Medical, Providence, RI (MLT)


  • Assembler– Warwick, RI
  • CAD Drafter– Johnston, RI
  • Civil Engineer– Cranston, RI
  • Project Planner/Estimator– Odessa, TX
  • Estimators, Project Managers & Field Superintendents– Coventry, RI
  • Drafter– West Warwick, RI
  • Construction Technician– Providence, RI
  • Facilities Coordinator– Providence, RI
  • Detailer and Construction Customer Service Rep– Sutton, MA
  • Architecture/Engineering paid internship, Plainville, MA


  • Glass Technicians– Woburn, MA
  • Automotive Service Technician– Narragansett, RI
  • Collision Repair Technician– Londonderry, CT
  • Mechanics– Cranston, RI
  • Technician– Warwick, RI
  • Full or part-time technicians– Warwick & Cranston, RI; Seekonk, Plymouth & Hanvover, MA


  • Customer Outreach & Support Associate– Newport, RI
  • Office Clerk– Warwick, RI
  • Executive Assistant and Business Developer Associate– East Greenwich, RI
  • Energy Innovation Internship– Providence, RI
  • Customer Service Representative– West Warwick, RI


  • Police Officer– North Kingstown, RI
  • Public Safety Telecommunications Clerks– Woonsocket, RI


  • Videographers– Cumberland, RI
  • Audio Visual Technician, Technical Leads, Technical Supervisor, Technical Specialist and Sales– Boston, MA
  • Videographer/Editor– Boston, MA
  • Video Editor– Providence, RI
  • Graphics Artist/Ops Technician & Digital Account Coordinator, Freelance Videographer/Editor needed for a company conducting workshops in Westerly and RI
  • Photographer/Editor– Providence, RI


  • Electrical Apprentice– Westerly, RI
  • Biomed Technician– Providence, RI (ELY/ERD)
  • Field Technician– Sudbury, MA
  • Apprentice and Journeyman Electricians– Warren, RI
  • Maintenance/Senior Technician– Fall River, MA (ELY & WEL)


  • Website Designer – Tiverton, RI
  • Graphic Design Intern– Pawtucket, RI
  • Marketing Internship– Providence, RI
  • Marketing & Design Intern– Swansea, MA
  • Color Specialist– East Greenwich, RI


  • An OTA alum who works in Hawaii contacted the school to say that there are many COTA opportunities in Hawaii for any grads who want to travel!
  • Medical Lab Technologist– N. Smithfield, RI (MLT)
  • Health center in Greene, RI is recruiting for several per diem positions: Occupational Therapist, Physical Therapist Assistant, & Occupational Therapy Assistants  (MSOT, PTA, OTA)
  • RN– Waterford, CT (NUR)
  • Surgical Technologist– Hyannis, MA (ST)


  • Associate Engineer– Exeter, RI (ITN, CYBT, MSIT)
  • Company is working with a large technical employer in W. Greenwich who needs 25-30 Call Center Reps.  Great student level jobs with varying shifts to work around class schedules! (ITN)
  • Associate Engineer– Exeter, RI (ITN, CYBT)
  • Strategic Tools Intern– West Greenwich, RI (GDS, VGD)
  • Cyber Security Operations Support Specialist– Northborough, MA (CYBT, ITN)
  • IT Technician– Charlton, MA (ITN, CYBT)
  • Computer Repair & Support Specialist– East Greenwich, RI (ITN)


  • Automation Engineering Tech– East Walpole, MA (ELTB)
  • Equipment Maintenance Technician– Coventry, RI (MCT)
  • Quality Technician– N. Kingstown, RI (MCTA)
  • Company in West Warwick, RI is still recruiting for Electronics Technician candidates for their Aerospace Division (ESTA)
  • Position posted from a company in Coventry, RI for a Manufacturing Shop Assistant for students. A great way to gain experience! (MCT)
  • Entry-level Field Service Engineer role in Malta, NY. Their current Hiring Manager is a NEIT alum! (ELTB, ESTA, MCT)
  • Solderers/Assembler– Walpole, MA (ESTA)
  • Controls Automation Manager position listed in E. Providence, RI (ELTB)
  • US Navy contractor has 30 Technician openings in Newport, RI starting at $17-20/hr for entry level candidates. (ESTA)
  • Company in Coventry, RI posted for a Maintenance Technician Intern that will lead to a potential Electrical Engineering position (ERDA/ELTB)
  • Additive Manufacturing Engineer– Raynham, MA (MCTA/MCTB)
  • Co-op SolidWorks Designer– Providence, RI  (MCTA/MCTB)
  • Packaging Engineer– Kingstown, RI (MCTA)
  • AutoCAD Mechanical Drafter– Warwick, RI (MCTA)
  • Quality Technician– Wrentham, MA (MCTA)
  • Engineering User Assistance Internship– Johnston, RI (ELTB)


  • Plumbing Apprentice– Woonsocket, RI
  • Licensed Plumber– Deep River, CT
  • Maintenance Technician– Providence, RI
  • Plumbing Apprentice– Little Compton, RI
  • Handyman– Pawtucket, RI
  • Maintenance Mechanic– Woods Hole, MA


  • Animal Care Technician– Cambridge, MA
  • Veterinary Technician– Boston, MA

If you have questions regarding career opportunities for New England Tech graduates, contact The Career Services Office at 401-739-5000, ext. 3458.


News from Career Services: July 2018

The following is a collection of job postings the Career Services Office obtained  for July 2018. Some company names have been omitted for privacy purposes.

Big News! New Jobs! NEIT graduates let us know they found employment at the following places:

  • Desktop Support Specialist at Remington Computers, North Providence, RI (CYBT)
  • Drafter/Designer, The Wiese Company, Sherborn, MA (ID)
  • RI State Trooper, RI State Police, North Scituate, RI (ST) – stated he is utilizing his medical training!
  • Welder at Electric Boat, North Kingstown, RI (WEL)
  • RN at Kent Hospital, Warwick, RI (NUR)
  • Medical Assistant, Westminster Eye Care, Providence, RI (MAA)
  • Occupational Therapist for South Shore Health Networks Outpatient Center, MA (MSOT)
  • Help Desk Level II with JKS Technologies, East Providence, RI (ITN)
  • Medical Lab Technologist with US Laboratories, Brockton, MA (RC)
  • Design Engineering Technician for Sensata Technologies, Attleboro, MA (MCTA)
  • Robot Engineer with Yushin America, Cranston, RI (ELTB)


  • AutoCAD Dafter/APM– Smithfield, RI
  • 2 AutoCAD Drafter positions– Dorchester, MA
  • HVAC Mechanical Designer– Attleboro, MA
  • Cabinet Maker Assistant– Manville, RI
  • Intern for Architecture or Interior Design– Providence, RI
  • Carpenters (seasoned & apprentice) & Assistant Project Manager– Boston, MA
  • Project Engineering Intern– Bridgeport, CT
  • Revit MEP Engineer– Cumberland, RI
  • Estimator/Sales Engineer– Providence, RI


  • Mechanic – Westborough, MA
  • Auto Mechanic – Portsmouth, RI
  • Entry Lube Technician – Norwood, MA
  • Technician positions- Tiverton, RI
  • Mechanic/Auto Body Helper and Painter Apprentice – Warwick, RI
  • Automotive Technician – West Warwick, RI
  • Automotive Technician – East Providence, RI
  • Composite Technician (ACR, MT & BCC) – North Stonington, CT
  • Electrical & Automotive Technician – Cranston, RI
  • Marine Technicians -Morehead City, NC
  • Automotive Technicians, Service Advisors and Auto Body/Collision Repair – Needham, MA


  • Construction company is recruiting a Shipping Coordinator in Norwood, MA
  • Commercial real estate services company is seeking a Maintenance Planner in Boston, MA
  • Management company located in is recruiting an Account Manager N. Attleboro, MA
  • Manufacturing company is seeking Sales Candidates in Warwick, RI


  • Police Dispatcher position posted in Oakland, RI
  • The Transportation Security Administration is recruiting in Boston, MA


  • Freelance Videographer/Editor role for a country club in Pawtucket, RI
  • Board Operator and Promotions Street Team position for a radio station in Providence, RI


  • Electrical Apprentice – Attleboro, MA & Cranston, RI
  • Outside Account Manager Central MA & Field Sales – Franklin, MA
  • Electrical Apprentice, Electrician’s Helper, & Installer positions in Braintree, MA
  • Field Service Professional – Haverill, MA
  • Field Service Technician (ESTA/ELY) – Providence, RI
  • Electrical Panel Builder/Technician & Industrial Mechanic – West Warwick, RI


  • Internship opportunity in Providence, RI seeking a Paid Marketing Intern
  • Website Designer – Tiverton, RI


  • Medical Assistant (MAA) – East Greenwich, RI
  • Multiple RN candidates (NUR) – Smithfield, RI
  • RN positions (NUR) – Edison, NJ
  • Medical Secretary (MAA) – Providence, RI
  • Occupational Therapist – RI (Office is also looking to establish a partnership with NEIT to become clinical site for our master’s students (MSOT)
  • A hospital located in East Greenwich, RI posted 10 jobs for Medical Assistants and Medical Assistant/Receptionist in several locations in RI: (MAA)
    • The Medical & Wellness Center, East Greenwich, RI
    • Department of Urology, Wakefield, RI
    • Infectious Diseases Department, Wakefield, RI
    • Center for Women’s Health, Wakefield, RI


  • Software Engineer (ITS, GDS, MSIT) – Newport, RI
  • Part-time IT Specialist (ITN, CYBT) – West Warwick, RI
  • Technical Support Consultant (ITN, CYBT) – W. Kingston, RI
  • Digital Designer for a paid co-op (VGD)– Providence, RI
  • IT Company in Providence, RI seeking two candidates: (CYBT)
    • Cyber Security Monitoring Team Member
    • Analyst for IT Security
  • IT Help Desk Coordinator (ITN, CYBT) – Providence, RI
  • Information Technologist (ITN, CYBT, MSIT) – Kingston, RI
  • Study Configuration Engineer (ITS, GDS, MSIT) – Wellesley, MA


  • Mechanical Engineer (MCTB)– Cranston, RI
  • Quality Engineer & Assistant Quality Engineer (MCTA/MCTB)– Warwick, RI
  • Metrology Technician (MCTA)– Boston, MA
  • Field Service Engineer (MCTA/MCTB)– Hartford, CT
  • Electrical CAD Designer (MCTB)– Acton, MA
  • Electronics Technician Assistant (ERD)– Walpole, MA
  • Electronics Technical Aide (ERD)– Groton, CT
  • Calibration Technician (ERD)– N. Kingstown, RI *we have no resumes of Electronics graduates left on file!

If you have questions regarding career opportunities for New England Tech graduates, contact The Career Services Office at 401-739-5000, ext. 3458.


New England Institute of Technology Students Take Top Honors at 2018 SkillsUSA Championships

2018 SkillsUSA Championship Winners

Left to right:  Dominic Franco, Michael Webb, Marissa Sposato, Dayna Koukas, Amber Robertson

We’re excited to announce that our students had an impressive showing at the annual SkillsUSA national competition held in Louisville, KY last week. Several New England Institute of Technology students earned silver medals in the following competitions:


Event: Architectural Drafting – Silver Medal (out of 26 contestants)
Michael Webb

Event: Crime Scene Investigation (Team of 3) – Silver Medal (out of 11 teams)
Dayna Koukas, Amber Robertson, Marissa Sposato

Event: Automotive Service Technology – 11th place (out of 53 contestants)
Dominic Franco

Nationally, more than 6,800 students competed in 108 occupational, leadership and skill competition areas, including 87 students from Rhode Island.

Earlier this year, New England Institute of Technology students won eight medals overall and took GOLD in each of the four categories that they competed in during the SkillsUSA 42nd annual Rhode Island state Awards and Recognition Ceremony at the Veteran’s Memorial Auditorium in Providence.

SkillsUSA programs help to establish industry standards for job skill training in the classroom. These industry-driven competitive events are modeled after the Olympics where the top three individuals/ teams receive gold, silver, or bronze medals.

#skillsusa #skillsgap #neit

NEIT Students Build Replica of Henry Ford’s Quadricycle – the First Motored Vehicle

Henry Ford QuadricycleAn ambitious project begun in 2013 by students in New England Tech’s Mechanical Engineering program to build a full-scale working replica of Henry Ford’s first motored vehicle is nearing completion. Ford’s Quadricycle was completed in 1896, a full 15 years before he started mass production of Model T and Model A vehicles.

The Quadricycle used a 2-cylinder; 4-cycle ethanol engine, that is essentially the same engine used in modern vehicles. Ford made only two models of the Quadricycle, and only a handful of replicas have ever been built.

Under the supervision of Assistant Professor Christopher Vasconcelos, students handcrafted most of the parts for the vehicle on campus with the exception of only a few purchased parts. They used blueprints created decades later by long-time Ford Motor company employee George DeAngelis, who had gathered every written description New England Tech Mechanical Engineering forms Quadricycle Cluband photograph he could find. The historic car sat in an enclosed display case, so DeAngelis estimated his initial measurements through the glass.

Armed with these materials, the New England Tech team got to work – and the project soon went global. Vasconcelos posted the project on the international web forum Home Model Engine Machinist, and it started receiving interest, support, and collaboration from forum members worldwide. Soon after, regional suppliers also got involved, offering select parts and components.

The project included some modern modifications for safety. Ford’s original model had no braking system – the driver needed to use his or her foot against the front wheel to slow or stop the vehicle. The New England Tech model is incorporating a modern mechanical braking system. Other modifications include store-bought spark plugs, original Model-T ignition coils, and a standard carburetor.

As of May 2018 the vehicle is fully operational

The engine has been tested numerous times on blocks. Further testing of the engine and safety precautions are in place, and the goal is to have New England Tech President Richard Gouse take the Quadricycle for a spin sometime over the summer.

#EngineeringTechDegreesAtNEIT #quadricycle #FordQuadracycle #Ford #HenryFord #VintageFord #AntiqueFord

Film Starring and Co-Produced by New England Tech Grad Wins Best Film and Best Actor Awards at International Film Festival

New England Institute of Technology graduate Adam Carbone has co-produced and plays the lead role in a film titled “Randy’s Canvas.” The film made its West Coast premiere on April 29 in Beverly Hills, CA as part of the second annual AutFest International Film Festival by the Autism Society of America, and landed awards for Best Film, and Best Actor for Carbone’s breakout performance.

Jeff Frost, President of Sony TV (left) with Adam Carbone

The film revolves around a high-functioning autistic character named Randy (played by Carbone), who is trying to get his artwork displayed in an art gallery. His pursuit turns into an obsession, along with his relationship with a female who is involved in a relationship with another man.

Randy’s Canvas stood out amongst studio-level projects including Power Rangers, Please Stand By and the hit television shows, Netflix’s Atypical and ABC’s The Good Doctor.

The film was shot in various locations in Rhode Island in the summer of 2016, including scenes shot at New England Tech. Adam received an associate’s degree in video and audio production from New England Tech before he moved to L.A. to pursue his film career.

The film was co-executive produced by RI-local Dick LeBeau and was directed and co-written by Sean Michael Beyer. Co-producers included Beyer and Carbone. It was Beyer who thought of Carbone for the role of Randy. Carbone then suggested making the movie in Rhode Island.

Filling out the cast are Scout Taylor-Compton (Halloween, The Runaways), Kevin G. Schmidt (Cheaper By the Dozen, The Chipmunks, Butterfly Effect), Shawn Pyfrom (Desperate Housewives), Massi Furlan (The Dark Knight Rises) and character-actor Richard Riehle (The Fugitive, Casino, Glory) as well as a cast of solid local talent.

“For the first time in my life, I felt I was right where I was supposed to be . . . shook, ecstatic and honored,” said Adam. “Much love to everyone involved.”

Carbone and Beyer have worked together on other projects, including a cooking show. For this project, they wanted to be respectful of the subject matter. They spent time researching autism and meeting with young adults and teens to talk about how autism should and should not be portrayed.

AutFest’s goal is to increase awareness of autism through the medium of film in order to promote a greater knowledge of the important value of individuals with autism. The producers of Randy’s Canvas plan to do additional screenings in Rhode Island later this year and will announce its U.S. and worldwide release very soon.

Check out the film’s trailer at

Transportation Technology Networking Event 2018

Stop by the Transportation Technology Networking event on Tuesday, April 17th from 9:30 am to 12:00 pm at the AC Building on Access Road. You will have the opportunity to casually network with companies that can use your mechanical aptitude and abilities! Companies are looking to hire for internships, part-time and full-time work.

This event is open to NEIT AUT, ACR, ASM & MT students and graduates.

Here is the list of companies attending as of 4/4/2018 (Subject to change):

AAA Northeast

Antonio Auto Group


Balise Motor Sales

Bass Pro Shops – Tracker Boats

Brewer Yacht Yards


Carriage House Mercedes-Benz


Enterprise Rent A Car of RI



General Dynamics Electric Boat

Inskip’s Warwick Automall

Jaguar Land Rover of North America


O’Reilly Auto Parts

Paul Bailey’s CDJR

Paul Masse

PeopleReady Inc; TrueBlue inc

Portsmouth Ford

Precision Motors Inc.

Prime Marina Group

Prime Motor Group

Rhode Island Engine

Rhode Island Public Transit Authority

Sullivan Tire

Tasca Automotive Group/Collision Center

Tennant Company Sales and Service

Tire Warehouse

United States Army & Army Reserve


Wurth USA, Inc.

New England Tech Professor Receives Two Textbook Awards by TAA

Congratulations to Dr. Timothy Henry, Professor, Information Technology, on winning two 2018 @textandacademic textbook excellence awards!

On February 20Amazon book: A Gift of Fire: Social, Legal, and Ethical Issues for Computing Technology (5th Edition)18, it was announced that two separate books co-authored by New England Institute of Technology professor Timothy Henry were among the 26 books to receive a 2018 Textbook & Academic Authors Association (TAA) award.

The first, “A Gift of Fire: Social, Legal, and Ethical Issues for Computing Technology,” by Timothy Henry and Sara Baase, is the winner of the 2018 TAA Textbook Excellence Award, which recognizes excellence in current textbooks and learning materials. Works are judged by textbook authors and subject matter experts for their merits in four areas:

  • Pedagogy
  • Content/Scholarship
  • Writing
  • Appearance & Design

The judge’s comments included: “A Gift of Fire is a tremendously comprehensive text that covers the main ethical and social issues that loom large with the ubiquity of technology in our world today. Each chapter is loaded with well-referenced, up-to-date information. The ample exercises at the end of each chapter encourage the highest level of critical thinking from the reader.”

Amazon book: Data Abstraction & Problem Solving with C++: Walls and Mirrors (7th Edition)Another of Henry’s books, “Data Abstraction & Problem Solving with C++: Walls and Mirrors, 7th ed.,” co-authored with Frank Carrano, was published in 2016. It received TAA’s 2018 McGuffey Longevity Award, which recognizes textbooks and learning materials whose excellence has been demonstrated over time.

Mr. Henry will be a presenter at the TAA book awards ceremony reception, which will be held during TAA’s 31st Annual Textbook & Academic Authoring Conference in Santa Fe, NM, June 15, 2018.

Established in 1987, TAA is the only national, nonprofit membership association dedicated solely to assisting textbook and academic authors. The Association supports textbook and academic authors in the creation of top-quality educational and scholarly works that stimulate the love of learning and foster the pursuit of knowledge. TAA also provides professional development resources, events, and networking opportunities for textbook authors and authors of scholarly journal articles and books.

TAA announces 2018 Textbook Award winners


Building Construction & Cabinetmaking Students Discover Career Paths at LBM Expo

New England Tech Building Construction & Cabinetmaking students attended the recent LBM Expo ‘18 at the Rhode Island Convention Center as guests of the Rhode Island Lumber and Building Materials Dealers Association (RILBMDA).

This expo was a three-day event, where 250+ exhibitors showcased new products and offered education seminars.  New England Tech students learned about building products and trends, were treated to a box lunch and networked at an Employer Fair.

Some of the students were surprised to realize the different career direction possibilities.”, said Instructor Dan Ducharme.

NEIT’s 2018 Annual TechXpo

The Technology Career Expo was held on Wednesday, March 7, 2018.

Employers filled all three levels of Tech Way on the East Greenwich Campus from 9:30 am to 12:30 pm.

The event was only open to NEIT students and graduates.

Over 70 companies attended the TechXpo allowing students from various technologies to network and explore possible career paths. There were many students who were offered positions on the spot, as well as set interviews for the upcoming weeks. Congratulations to those with job offers and good luck to students/grads with interviews!

Current students from all quarters and grads from the following technologies were encouraged to attend: CYBT (BS), DMP (AS/BS), ELY, EST, ELT (BS), GDS (AS/BS), GMW (AS/BS), ITN (AS/BS), ITS (AS/BS), MCT (AS/BS), MGT (AS/BS), VGD (AS/BS). If you have any questions, contact the Career Services Office at 401-739-5000 x 3458.


Here is a final list of companies that attended the event: