This summer, NECC welcomed 47 students from colleges and universities across the country to its summer internship program. Meet a few of the interns who spent the last 10 weeks (from June to August) working alongside direct care staff in Southborough.
On Sunday, July 31, students from The New England Center for Children (NECC) had the opportunity to attend the annual Fishin’ with a Mission event, hosted by NECC parent Eli Delany.
The 24th Annual Carlos Placido Dunkin’ Golf Classic for Autism benefitting The New England Center for Children (NECC) will return this fall to the Franklin Country Club in Franklin, MA, on Monday, September 12.
Bridget Mias is a level 2 teacher, case manager, and core shift manager for NECC’s Ursla Drive residence. Mias was nominated because “she is an amazing teacher who really cares about the boys on Ursla. She is always an amazing, supportive resource to all other staff on the team.”
Ashley Dodd, NECC’s event specialist, was nominated for “representing the most positive aspects of NECC. Through events like the Boston Marathon, the Woo Sox [Autism Acceptance] game, and the 5K, she goes above and beyond to ensure smooth planning of events that benefit our staff and students!”
The New England Center for Children (NECC) has received a $26,500 grant from the Income Research + Management (IR+M) Charitable Fund as part of the company’s annual giving week.
On July 13, staff members from The New England Center for Children (NECC) enrolled in the Simmons University Applied Autism Research graduate program, along with their professors, presented their research proposals during a poster session at NECC’s campus in Southborough.
Erin Trybulski is a human resources (HR) specialist for The New England Center for Children (NECC). Trybulski, who joined NECC a year and a half ago, has had an immediate impact on her team. “She is the first person to greet staff as they walk into the HR office and is always friendly and eager
Irene Looi, MS, BCBA, LABA, is a day coordinator for NECC’s Oak Street residence. Looi came to NECC six years ago from Malaysia to work as a graduate assistant and take advantage of earning a free master’s degree. The Oak Street teachers nominated Looi for her dedication, positivity, and leadership.