Mission: Our mission: to transform the lives of children with autism worldwide through education, research, and technology.
Our vision is to be a global leader in the provision of effective, evidence-based educational services for the millions of under-served ...
Working at NECC means helping students like Will realize their dreams.
Learn the basics of ABA with NECC's online, self-paced courses.
Our goal is to help as many children with autism as possible gain independence and reach their potential. That means fostering an international community where everyone feels empowered to make a difference, sharing our research on best practices for autism education, and providing access to our web-based autism software curriculum - the ACE.
NECC employees come from 26 countries, we have presented our research in 22 countries, and we’ve helped children and families in 19 countries. Our staff have taught around the world, from Brazil to Bermuda to India. And, we have a sister school in Abu Dhabi, employing both Emirait locals as well U.S. citizens.
There is perhaps no greater feeling of accomplishment that an individual can experience than knowing they’ve made a positive difference in the life of another person. At NECC, the opportunity to improve the lives of children with autism and help families and communities is something that is encountered every day.
We provide a comprehensive benefits package to all staff, listed below. Learn how Cara used the tuition reimburesment benefit.
We’re looking for the next class of interns and recent graduates who are ready to help children with autism reach their potential and truly transform lives. We welcome students in their junior or senior year who are studying psychology, education, communication disorders, or other human services related programs. Specialty internships are available for those studying nursing, speech and language, OT, or APE/PT.
Global demand for highly trained autism educators is at an all-time high and NECC graduates are highly sought after, recruited into top positions around the world. If you give us three years, you’ll have control of your career for the rest of your life. By enrolling in one of our graduate programs, either in special education or applied behavior analysis in collaboration with Simmons College or WNEU – you’ll achieve a graduate degree coupled with the best hands-on experience around, and accumulate little to no debt while doing it.
We’re extremely proud that more than 1400 employees have worked full-time while attending our graduate programs. Many staff stay five years to complete a cross certification in both special education and ABA or stay at NECC to move up the ladder into positions all over New England and around the world, including Abu Dhabi. Whether teachers continue their career at NECC or move on to start other service programs, we’re know you’ll be successful.
Graduate Assistant Program
NECC staff enrolled in the Western New England University Master of Science in Applied Behavior Analysis graduate program can apply for an NECC graduate assistantship. In addition to participating in the WNE graduate program, the graduate assistant fulfills full-time teaching responsibilities in the Level 2 teacher, Behavioral Health Technician, or Vocational Counselor roles. Graduate assistants receive:
I worked at The New England Center for Children full-time (More than 10 years)
NECC is a wonderful place to start and grow your career. Not only is the work rewarding, but you get the opportunity to learn from some of the top researchers and clinicians in the field of behavior analysis. The company has many departments (e.g., residential, day school, homebased, consulting, adult) and provides opportunities for you to work in a variety of settings with a diverse client population. The graduate programs are onsite, and you are able to directly apply what you are learning in your day to day work. I really feel that NECC has prepared me well as a clinician in the field of behavior analysis.
There can be some disconnect between administration and staff, as well as between departments.
Advice to Management
As any company grows there is a disconnect that can form between administrators (those making the decisions) and staff. Keep trying to shrink that disconnect!
I applied online. I interviewed at The New England Center for Children (Southborough, MA) in October 2014.
It was great! The HR was nice, and very polite. I was given a paper with questions to answer, and the HR checked on me as I was completing the questions.