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Prepare for a High Tech Career, Benefit From NECC’s Highly Supportive Approach

A professor actively engages a group of Electronic Equipment Technology Certificate students in a classroom.
Electrical/electronic technicians help design, develop, test, and manufacture electrical and electronic equipment. You can also focus your career on solving technical problems as an electronics servicing professional. At NECC in the Electronic Equipment Technology Certificate program you’ll enjoy learning with a highly personal touch, including tremendous student support services such as free tutoring and career advising.

Why Choose the Electronic Equipment Technology Certificate at NECC?

You’ll work and learn on state-of-the-art equipment, and gain proficiency using industry-standard tools and software. You’ll be guided by experienced faculty and can participate in many extracurricular activities. In this program you will:

  • Go to class in the evening enabling you to work while preparing for a new career
  • Gain skills and knowledge in computer science and digital logic and design
  • Understand how to analyze circuits and build your problem-solving abilities
  • Be able to apply credits earned to NECC’s Associate degree in Engineering Science: Technology Option
  • Have an opportunity to participate in an internship as well as multiple career workshops

Because of NECC

You will be able to pursue a wide variety of entry-level jobs across a broad array of electronics industries. Previous program completers have secured employment at:

  • AVID Technology
  • Bradford Engineering
  • Charles River Laboratories
  • Commonwealth of Massachusetts
  • CAD Associates

 

Courses, Requirements, and Program Notes

 

Program Pathway

A pathway is the most efficient sequence of courses semester-to-semester recommended for students to complete their degree. View the suggested pathway for the Electronic Equipment Technology Certificate.

Career Paths & Job Market

Career Paths

Career Paths

Below is a sampling of placements for past interns and graduates in Electronics and Engineering:

  • AVID Technology
  • BOC Edwards
  • Bradford Engineering Company
  • CAD Associates
  • Charles River Laboratories
  • Circuit City
  • Commonwealth of Massachusetts
  • First Essex Bank
  • Internal Revenue Services
  • Media One
  • UPS

Selected Tasks Completed by Students on Job Sites

  • Develop effective verbal and written communication skills
  • Get experience in working as part of a team
  • Acquire capacity for detail
  • Develop interpersonal skills
  • Get involved in research structure
Helpful Links for Researching Careers

Helpful Links for Researching Careers

Transferring to a 4 year College or University

Transferring to a 4 year College or University

See Transfer Programs and Transfer Events under Academic Support.

NECC’s Academic Support has an extensive list of colleges that regularly recruit NECC transfer students.

Contact

Program Coordinator

Program Coordinator

Paul Chanley

Phone: 978-556-3502
Email: pchanley@necc.mass.edu

Faculty Contact Information

Faculty Contact Information

Michael Broughton

Phone: 978-556-3390
Email: mbroughton@necc.mass.edu
Office: TC 218

Paul Chanley

Phone: 978-556-3502
Email:
pchanley@necc.mass.edu
Office: TC 218

Russ Gouveia

Email: rgouveia@necc.mass.edu
Office: TC 218

Lori Heymans

Phone: 978-556-3230
Email: lheymans@necc.mass.edu
Office: TC 219

George Medelinskas

Email: Phone: 978-556-3881
gmedelinskas@necc.mass.edu
Office: TC 218

Joanne Ronsivalli

Phone: 978-556-3232
Email: jronsivalli@necc.mass.edu
Office: TC 219

Ethel Schuster

Phone: 978-556-3337
Email: eschuster@necc.mass.edu
Office: TC 219

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