Northeast Technical Institute’s Manufacturing Technician Program Graduates

Thanks to a partnership with the Maine Career Center, new Mainers are ready for work. Scarborough, ME—Last week, Northeast Technical Institute graduated thirteen students from its Manufacturing Technician program. The program is part of the manufacturing career pathway which prepares students for a variety of entry level positions in the manufacturing industry. Prior to graduation, three

April 2017 Bangor Student of the Month – Bobbie Gilbert

Boryana K Gilbert, better known as ‘Bobbie’, is an inspiration to students and staff. Come rain or shine, Bobbie’s always in class and her mood is constantly positive – which sets a great example for the rest of the class. No matter how challenging the lesson might be, Bobbie always stays on course by completing her

NTI’s Student Leadership Council Holds Successful Donation Drive for Greater Androscoggin Humane Society

April 19, 2017, Lewiston, ME – The Student Leadership Council at Northeast Technical Institute’s (NTI) Lewiston Campus spent March 27 to April 7 collecting donated items and goods for the Greater Androscoggin Humane Society, located in Lewiston. The GAHS is a public, no kill shelter, committed to strengthening the community by supporting humane care of

Closing the Competitive Skills Gap: NTI Working with Business Leaders to Reinvent Workforce Development

Northeast Technical Institute’s Manufacturing Technician training program bridges the gap in workforce development for entry level workers PR Web; BDN | Scarborough, ME | April 11, 2017 – With the unemployment rate at a nine year low, manufacturers are struggling to fill open positions for semi-skilled production workers. The labor pool is shrinking at a

NTI Bangor and PCHC Partnership Still Going Strong after 10 Years

Since 2007, Penobscot Community Health Care (PCHC) has been a valued externship and job placement partner of Northeast Technical Institute (NTI). PCHC has provided NTI Medical Assistants, Phlebotomists, and Medical Coding & Billing graduates short-term practical experiences in their field of study. This short-term externship – work immersion allows students to observe professionals on the

Lewiston Student of the Month – Bonnie Doyon

Always looking for an opportunity to learn, master and mentor, Bonnie Doyon has been an inspiration to the Lewiston Campus since she started her training as a Clinical Medical Assistant last June.  She’s made many contributions to staff and her follow classmates and is always willing to help others, making her a valuable asset to the NTI community!

On-Campus Recruiting Events – Bangor

Our goal is to assist our partner companies in coordinating successful on and off campus recruitment of NTI students / alumni and to provide students with opportunities to connect with industry professionals to obtain quality full-time positions. In March, the Bangor campus will see several companies scheduled to visit our campus for informational / recruiting

Company Spotlight: Rymes Propane

Rymes Propane and Oil has been one of the region’s leading heating companies since 1969. Since then, Rymes has carefully built a solid reputation for superior service at affordable prices. The business is now run by brothers Jim, John and Tom. What started off as a small propane delivery operation has now expanded into a

Arduino Day at NTI – Saturday, April 8, 2017

Due to weather, Arduino Day has been postponed to next Saturday, April 8th. Agenda | More at ATTENDANCE IS FREE! 8:30: demo hall open; Demo / Show and Tell and Resource Kiosk’s available 9:00 – 9:45: Workshop Session 1: set up an Arduino and first project: Setting up an Arduino, verifying computer connection Blinking an LED with

NTI Gives to Camp Sunshine and the Center for Grieving Children

Bangor Daily News | Northeast Technical Institute (NTI) continues its charitable giving by making donations today to Camp Sunshine and another to the Center for Grieving Children. A $10,000 donation was given to Camp Sunshine. While NTI students, staff and faculty are routinely engaged in charitable events at each of its campuses, it was decided in