NECC Celebrates Graduate Training with Western New England University and Simmons College

2019-08-06T18:01:41-04:00June 14th, 2018|Categories: News from NECC|Tags: , |

This year, 33 NECC staff are completing their master’s degree in applied behavior analysis (ABA) with Western New England University (WNEU). On Wednesday, June 13, NECC held a celebratory luncheon at our Southborough campus.  Along with the ABA graduate program faculty, guests for the luncheon included WNEU Psychology Department Chair Dr. Denine Northrup and NECC

Former employee highlights time at NECC

2019-08-06T18:01:42-04:00February 7th, 2018|Categories: News from NECC|Tags: , |

Mary-Kate, a long-time employee at NECC, recently left to pursue opportunities in her hometown. She wrote this touching post about her experience here. We are confident Mary-Kate will have great success in her future position. Good luck Mary-Kate!  "We are headed to our hometown of Birmingham to pursue career opportunities and be closer to family.

Meet Ella Giles, Program Specialist

2019-08-06T18:01:43-04:00August 21st, 2017|Categories: News from NECC|Tags: |

Ella learned about NECC after earning her undergraduate degree in behavioral psychology at Western Michigan University, and immediately knew it was where she wanted to go. “I would have the opportunity to work in a hands-on setting full time, earning a salary and having my tuition covered.* The interview process solidified my decision – the

Meet Kelsey Richardson, Level 2 Teacher

2019-08-06T18:01:43-04:00August 2nd, 2017|Categories: News from NECC|Tags: |

My first interaction with The New England Center for Children (NECC) was through my brother, a Southborough police officer, who worked at various NECC community events and praised NECC’s work. I applied and toured one of the residences where I witnessed how happy and enthusiastic the staff and students were. I said to myself, “I can definitely see

Working at NECC

2019-08-06T18:01:43-04:00July 27th, 2017|Categories: News from NECC|Tags: , |

NECC Day Program Coordinator, Eric Greenberg, who is moving on to a position in a public school, wrote this heartfelt letter about his experience in special education and his time at NECC. He allowed us to share his words about the difficulties of working in the field, how finding the right organization and colleagues can have tremendous