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Union Apprenticeship Programs

Local Apprenticeship Contact Information and Application Periods

IMPORTANT: Most unions require that you apply in person for an apprenticeship.  Some require you to provide certain documents before you can apply, such as a copy of your high school diploma or GED certificate, along with a transcript of your grades.  We suggest that you contact the unions directly to ask about their specific application dates and requirements.

Massachusetts Labor Unions Apprentice Opportunities

Trade
Organization/Contact
Application Process and Other Information

Asbestos

Boston Asbestos Workers Local 6
303 Freeport Street
DorchesterMA 02122
Contact: Fran Boudrow
Phone: 617-436-4666
Fax: 617-265-9887

Web-Site:http://insulatorslocal6.com/

Applications generally accepted in April from 9am – 3pm weekdays. The application period usually takes place once a year. Please contact union for exact dates.
Four-year apprenticeship program.  You must be 18 years old, have either a high school diploma or a GED and a valid drivers license.  Territory includes Massachusetts, Maine, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont

 Boilermakers

Northeast Area JAC
297 Burnside Avenue, S.E.
HartfordCT 01608
Contact: Jason Dupuis
Phone: 860-569-8368
Fax: 860-291-0802

Web-Site:www.boilermakers.org

The Northeast Area JAC oversees Massachusetts, as well as other areas.  Apprenticeship training is done through Local 29 in Quincy.  Please contact them for further information.

Boilermakers

International Brotherhood of Boilermakers  Local 29
68 Sagamore Street

North QuincyMA 02171
Contact: Thomas Saccoach
Phone: 617-328-8400
Fax: 617-328-7582
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Website for national organization:
Web-Site:www.boilermakers.org

Applications are accepted the last Friday of the month from 8am-11am.  Applicants must be 18 years old and have a high school diploma or a GED. A driver’s license is preferable.
Four year apprenticeship training.  Classes are held at Local 29’s office. 

Bricklayers

International Union of Bricklayers and Allied Craftsmen Local 1
1124 Berkshire Avenue

SpringfieldMA 01151
Contact: Patrick Murphy
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Phone: 413-737-5999
Fax: 413-737-6027

Website:  www.imiweb.org 

Applications for the 2008 Apprenticeship Program will be accepted during the month of September Monday through Thursday from 9am-3pm at the IMI Training Facility, 84 Myron Street in West Springfield
The BAC Local 1 MA Apprentice Program is a 12-week pre-job training program.  Students attend school full-time for three months.  The application process begins in August each year, when advertisements are published in the local newspapers in our jurisdiction.  Applications for apprenticeship can be obtained in person or by mail (if applicant lives an hour or so away-approx 60 mile radius) from the International Masonry Institute during the month of September.  Applicants must be 18 years old.
Tests and interviews are given during November.  In December the class is selected. Classes begin at the International Masonry Institute Training Center in West Springfield in early January. The course is comprised of 480 hours of classroom and hands-on training. Apprentices attend school full-time during the months of January, February and March, completing the school part of the program in April.

 Bricklayers

Bricklayers and Allied Trades Local 3
550 Medford Street

CharlestownMA 02129
Contact: Richard Forcione
Phone: 617-242-5507
Fax: 617-242-0021

Applications are accepted in early February. Please call during the first week in January for the actual dates and times.
Applicants must be 18 years or older and have a high school diploma or GED.

 

   

Electrical
&
Tele-communication

Electrical Contractors of
Greater 
Boston Local 103
194 Freeport Street

DorchesterMA 02122
Contact: Philip Mason
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Phone: 617-436-0980
Fax: 617-436-1081

Website: www.ibew103.com 

Applications will be available in November. Check Local 103’s website in November for dates and times
Applicants must be 18 years old and live in the geographical area covered by Local 10, IBEW.  Electrical applicants must score “high” on an aptitude test S- 72R77, as administered by the Massachusetts Department of Employment and Training.
Applicants must have a high school diploma or a GED and have one year of high school algebra with passing grade, or one post high school algebra course with passing grade. 

Electrical

Springfield Area Electricians Local 7
185 Industry Drive

SpringfieldMA 01104
Contact: Mark Kuenzel
Phone:  413-737-2253
Fax: 413-788-5824

Web-Site:www.local7jatc.com 

Applications accepted annually from September through February or by Appointment. Please visit www.local7jatc.com  for minimum requirements to apply and information about our apprenticeship program. 

Electrical

Worcester Electricians Local 96
Union Place

51 Union Street
WorcesterMA 01608
Contact David delaGorgendiere
Phone: 508-753-8635
Fax: 508-754-8944

Website: www.ibewlocal96.org 

Applications accepted daily 8:30 am. – 4:00 pm at Local 96’s office.
Applicants must be 18, have a high school diploma or GED and one year of algebra with a passing grade of C.  An aptitude will be administered by the IBEW.

Electrical

IBEW Local 223
P.O. Box 1238
LakevilleMA 02347
Contact: Gregory Rego
Phone:  508-947-8555

Web-site:www.ibew223.org

Applications are accepted from January 1 until December 31 for the following year’s apprenticeship class. Applicants for the apprentice program must first fill out an application in person at the Union Hall.
Minimum requirements –
Be a minimum age of 18 years old age at time of selection
Show evidence of successful completion of one full year of high school algebra with a passing grade.
Be at least a high school graduate or have a GED
Provide a transcript for high school and post high school education and training
Pay a $25.00 processing fee
If you meet the requirements, you will be scheduled to take the NJATC apprenticeship aptitude test.
If you obtain a qualifying score on the test, you will be scheduled for an oral interview.

Elevator Construction

Elevator Constructors Local 4
50 Park Street

DorchesterMA 02122
Contact: Kevin McGettigan
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Phone: 617-288-1547
Fax: 617-288-6724

Website: www.iueclocal4.com

Applications accepted in March on Tuesdays from 8amNoon and Thursdays from 1pm –5 pm. Please call in January for more information.
Applicant must be 18 years old, a picture ID and a high school diploma or a GED.  Local 4 will give applicants an examination based on the GED exam.  Fee for that is $25.00

Elevator Construction

International Union of Elevator Constructors Local 41
PO Box 1456
SterlingMA 01564
Contact: Curtis Devillers
Phone: 978-422-5110
Fax: 978-422-5131

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Website: www.local41.org

Please check web-site for application periods. Local 41 covers Worcester, Springfield, Pittsfield, Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Vermont.

Applicants must be 18 years old had have a high school diploma or a GED. 

Engineering – Hoisting and Portable

Hoisting and Portable Engineers Local 98
2 Center Square
East
LongmeadowMA 01028
Contact: Doug Fay
Phone: 413-548-9508

Website: www.iuoelocal98.org

Application dates are set by the board and can change from year to year depending on the demand.  When the program does open, Local 98 will hold a two-week period application period. Potential applicants may also call 1-800-449-4241 and be put on a list to be notified when the process begins. 
Applicants must be 18 years old, have a high school diploma, GED or be a high school senior graduating in the current school year.  Citizenship or first papers must be filed. Valid drivers’ license.  And successfully complete Local 98’s testing program.

Engineering – Hoisting and Portable

Hoisting and Portable Engineers - Local 4
Training Center
One Engineers Way
CantonMA 02021
Contact: William Mooney
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Phone:  781-821-0306
Fax: 781- 821-6178

Website: www.local4training.org

Applications are accepted in November.
Applicants must be 18 years of age, have a high school education or equivalent, and reside in the local 4 jurisdiction.  They must also be a citizen or otherwise meet the requirements of the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986, have a valid driver’s license and social security card in their possession.

Floor covering

Floor coverers Local 2168
803 Summer Street
South
Boston, MA 02127
Contact: Thomas O’Toole
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Phone: 617-825-6141
Fax: 617- 282-5047

Web-Site:www.necarpenters.org

Applications accepted all year.  Monday – Friday from 7am – 3pm

Applicants must be 17 years old, have a high school diploma or GED, and a valid drivers license. 

Ironworkers

Ironworkers Local 7
195 Old Colony Avenue

South BostonMA 02127
Contact: Neal McKelligan
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Phone: 617-268-0707
Fax: 617-268-0998

Website: www.local7.com

Applications are accepted the second and third weeks in January each year Monday – Friday from 9amNoon and Mondays 4 pm – 6 pm.
Applicants must by 18 years old and have a high school diploma or GED.

Laborers

Massachusetts Laborers District Council
37 East Street
HopkintonMA 01748
Contact: Michael Capaldi
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Phone: 508-544-9830
Fax: 508-544-9836

Website: www.masslaborers.org

 Applications accepted on the second Tuesday of each month at any local.

Lineman

Northeastern Joint Apprenticeship & Training
1513 Ben Franklin Highway
DouglassvillePA 19518
Contact: Jason Iannelli
Phone: 610-326-2860
Fax: 610-326-2924

Website: www.neat1968.org

Applications for lineman apprentices are accepted yearly. Contact union for exact dates.

Mill and Machine Erectors

Mill and Machine Erectors of Massachusetts Local 1121
90 Braintree Street

AllstonMA 02134
Contact: Roy Engstrom
Phone: 617- 254-1655
Fax: 617-783-5554

Contact Local 1121 for apprenticeship information

Painters

The Finishing Trades Institute of New England
25
Colegate Road
RoslindaleMA 02131
Contact: Eric Redding
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Phone: 617-524-0248
Fax: 617-524-0977

 Available training also includes:
Commercial and Industrial Painting
Drywall Finishing
Wall Covering
Glass & Glazing
Sign & Display

Applications accepted the first Monday of every month.  (If it’s a holiday, then we move to the second Monday) Between the hours of 8am-12noon. At the time of application you MUST be 18 years old and have your valid driver’s license and high school diploma or equivalent with you. All applicants must complete a 2 day orientation which includes an aptitude test, drug test, physical testing and an interview. 

Pile drivers

Massachusetts Pile Drivers Local 56
Marine Industry Park EDIC
22 Drydock Avenue, 3rd Floor
BostonMA 02210
Contact: Edward Nickerson
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Phone: 617-443-1988
Fax: 617-443-4566

Web-Site:www.piledriverslu56.org

Applications are accepted the first Monday of every month from 9am – 3 pm at the Local’s office (phone: 617-443-1988).  The Joint Apprenticeship Committee will interview all candidates.
Four-Year Apprenticeship.  Must be 17 years old and in good physical health.  A high school diploma is preferred. A physical may be required.  Applicant must pass a drug and alcohol test during the 90-day probationary period.
Apprentices will attend the Boston Technical Center from September – April, two nights per week, for a yearly total of 150 hours.

 Pipefitting

Boston Pipefitters Local 537
40 Enterprise Street
P.O. Box 255171

DorchesterMA 02125
Contact: Timothy T. Gilligan
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Phone: 617-825-3777
Fax: 617-825-1458

Web-Site:www.pipefitters537.org
  

Applications are accepted during specific times throughout the year.  There is generally one apprentice class per year.  Please check the website for notices on when applications will be accepted.  Five year apprenticeship program.
Applicants must be 18 years of age.
Copies of the following documents must be submitted with the application:
High School Diploma or GED
High School Transcript of Grades or
GED Test Results
Birth Certificate
Social Security Card
DD-214 (Military Discharge) if applicable 

 Plasterers and Cement Masons

Boston Plasterers and Cement Masons Local 534
7 Frederika Street

DorchesterMA 02124
Contact: Steve Uva
Phone: 617-825-7472
Fax: 617-825-7519

Applications accepted in May each year 8am – 2pm

Plumbing

Boston Plumbers Local 12
1240 Massachusetts Avenue

DorchesterMA 02125
Contact:  Rick Carter
E-Mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Phone 617-288-1010
Fax: 617-288-3871

Website: www.plumbersandgasfitterslocal12.org

Applications are accepted once a year in January.
Rick Carter (Training Director) can be reached at 617-288-6200 or by email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

If you already have a Massachusetts Apprentice Plumbers License, contact Local 12 Organizer, John Stack, at 617-288-6200, X148 or email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

Plumbing

Worcester Plumbers & Pipefitters Local 4
330 Southwest Cutoff, 
Suite 102
Route
20
WorcesterMA 01604
Contact: Mike Coonan
Phone: 508-799-7703
Fax:  508-752-0856

Website: www.ualocal4.org 

Please contact union for application period.

 Plumbing

Plumbers Local 51
11 Hemingway Drive

East ProvidenceRI 02915
Contact: Kenneth Aurecchia
Phone in MA: 508-580-5130

Website:  www.unionlaborworks.com

Local 51, a member of the United Association of Journeymen and Apprentices of the Plumbing and Pipefitting Industry of the United States and Canada, was formed from the consolidation of four locals from Rhode Island and Southeastern Massachusetts.  Its Massachusetts jurisdiction covers all of Barnstable, Bristol, Dukes, and Nantucket counties as well as parts of Norfolk and Plymouth.  It also covers the following cities and towns in Massachusetts: Attleboro, Barnstable, Brockton, New Bedford and
Otis Air Force Base and
Camp Edwards.

 Plumbing
&
Pipefitting

Plumbers and Pipefitters Local 104
168 Chicopee Street

ChicopeeMA 01013
Contact: Richard Picard
Phone: 413-594-5152
Fax: 413-592-0624

Contact Local 104 for apprenticeship information.

 Printing Pressman

Boston Newspaper Printing and Pressman Local 3
79 Parkingway
Quincy, MA 02169

Contact: Gene Binda
Phone: 617-328-7705
Fax: 617-328-6912

Contact Local 3 for apprenticeship information.

 Refrigeration, Air Conditioning and Oil Burners

Local 537
40 Enterprise Street

DorchesterMA 02125
Contact: Tim Gilligan
E-Mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Phone: 617-825-3777
Fax: 617-825-1458

Web-Site: www.pipefitters537.org

Applications are accepted during specific times throughout the year.  There is generally one apprentice class per year.  Please check the website for notices on when applications will be accepted.  Five year apprenticeship program.
Applicants must be 18 years of age.
Copies of the following documents must be submitted with the application:
High School Diploma or GED
High School Transcript of Grades or
GED Test Results
Birth Certificate
Social Security Card
DD-214 (Military Discharge) if applicable

 Roofing

Boston Roofers and Waterproofers Local 33
53 Evans Drive
PO Box 9106

StoughtonMA 02072
Contact: Edward J. Rolfe
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Phone: 781-341-9197
Fax: 781-341-9198

Applications accepted April through July or as needed, contact union for more information.

Roofing

Roofers and Slaters Local 248
63 ½ Main Street

ChicopeeMA 01020
Contact:  Mark Allen
Phone: 413-594-5291
Fax: 413-594-5391

Contact Local 248 for apprenticeship information.

 Sheet Metalworking

Sheetmetal Workers Local 17
1181 Adams Street

DorchesterMA 02125
Contact: John Healy, Coordinator
Phone: 617-298-0850
Fax: 617-296-5835

Web-Site:www.smw17boston.org

Applications accepted every third Thursday of the month between 10am – 4pm.  Apprentices are selected once a year in June or July, but candidate forms are accepted monthly.
You must be 18 years or older, have a drivers’ license, and submit three letters of recommendation, a copy of your high school transcript and diploma or GED with grades.  There will be an orientation, interview and pre-hire physical and drug screening. You must reside within the jurisdictional are: Bristol, Essex, Suffolk, Middlesex, Norfolk, Plymouth, and Fall River

 Sheet Metalworking

Sheetmetal Workers of Central Massachusetts and Vermont Local 63
32 Steven Street

SpringfieldMA 01104
Contact: Kevin Mulcahy
Phone: 413-733-8332
Fax: 413-736-5214

Contact Local 63 for apprenticeship information.

Sprinkler Fitters

Sprinkler Fitters Local 550
46 Rockland Street

BostonMA 02132
Contact: Peter Gibbons
Phone:  617-323-6714
Fax: 617-323-1373

Website: www.sprinklerfittersunion.com

Applications are accepted every 2 years. The next application period is in 2010.

 Tele-
communications

Electrical Contractors of Greater Boston  Local 103
194 Freeport Street

DorchesterMA 02122
Contact: Phil Mason
E-Mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Phone: 617-436-0980
Fax: 617-436-1081

Website: www.ibew103.com

Applications will be available in November. Check Local 103’s website in November for dates and times
Applicants must be 18 years old and live in the geographical area covered by Local 10, IBEW.  Electrical applicants must score “high” on an aptitude test S- 72R77, as administered by the Massachusetts Department of Employment and Training.
Applicants must have a high school diploma or a GED and have one year of high school algebra with passing grade, or one post high school algebra course with passing grade.


The Apprenticeship Preparedness Program (APP) is a free 10 week program that helps low to moderate income individuals.  Learn about the building trades and get ready to apply for an apprenticeship.  For more information about APP call 617.282.2242.

State Apprenticeship Information:
Commonwealth of Massachusetts
Department of Workforce Development
Division of Apprentice Training
P.O. Box 146759
19 Staniford Street, 1st Floor
Boston, MA 02114

Phone: 617.626.5407
Fax: 617.626.5427

Thursday, 26 August 2010 11:51

Articulation Agreements

2016 – 2017 Articulation Agreements

Auto Body / Collision Repair
College Course
New England Institute of Tech. TT105 Intro. To Transportation Technology - 2 credits
AUB118 Welding for Collision Repair - 2 credits
AUB101 Fundmtls. of Auto Body Metal Repair - 3 credits
AUB103 Fundmtls.-Auto Body Metal Repair Lab - 2 credits
AUB137 Fundmtls.-Parts and Refinishing Equip - 2 credits
AUB138 Fund.-Parts and Refinishing Equip. Lab- 2 credits         
Universal Technical Institute Tuition Credit
Automotive Technology
College Course
MA State AT Articulation Agreement One or more AT courses at a MA community college
Ben Franklin Institute of Tech. AT259 - Automotive Hybrid Safety and Technology
New England Institute of Tech. TT105 Intro. To Transportation Technology - 2 credits
TT110 Basic Engine Theory - 3 credits
(Auto Tech and Marine Tech) TT111 Basic Engines Lab - 2 credits
TT112 Basic Electricity Fundamentals - 3 credits
TT113 Basic Electricity Fundamentals Lab - 2 credits
Universal Technical Institute  One-time tuition credit
Business Technology
   College Course
MA State BT Articulation Agreement One or more BT courses at a MA community college
New England Institute of Tech. MGT127 Accounting 1 -  4 credits
MGT222 Accounting 2 -  4 credits
North Shore Community College ACC101 Basic Accounting - 3 credits
CPS100  - Information Technology & Applic -3 credits
Carpentry
College/Union Agreement if Accepted (Att., COPS, Math Prof)
MA State CA Articulation Agreement One or more CA courses at a MA community college

New England Carpenters Training Fund

Construction Craft Laborers Appren Program

Massachusetts Carpenters Appren & Training

Apprenticeship Training Co-op  (+5 points on application score)  Apprentices & Journeymen 

MA State Apprenticeship Program

Apprenticeship Program (Locals 26, 107, 108, 111, 275, 424, 475, 535, 624, 1305  Senior Year Coop

Boston Carpenters Apprenticeship & Training

Apprenticeship Programs (Locals 33, 40, 67, 218, 723)

Cosmetology
College/Program Course
Electrology Institute of NE 80 credit hours
Catherine Hinds 75 credit hours
Culinary Arts
College Course
MA State CU Articulation Agreement One or more CUL courses at a MA community college
MA State Hospitality Management Articulation Agreement   ServeSafe (Food Service Sanitation)
Johnson & Wales University (must pass exams) CUL 1345 Introduction to Baking and Pastries - 3 qc
CUL 1355 New World Cuisine - 3 qc
CUL 1385 Fundamentals of Food Service Production-3qc
Culinary Institute of America  Food Safety (ServSafe) 1.5 credits   Challenge test: Mathematics 1.5 credits
Newbury College CU 104 Breads and Rolls -  3 Credits
CU 100 Culinary Concepts & World Flavors -  3 Credits
CU 299 or 290: Culinary Arts Internship - 3 Credits
New England Culinary Institute Scholarship Offered $1,000.00 per year
North Shore Community College CF 101 Basic Culinary Techniques -2 cr  
CF 104 Intro. to Breads, Pastries and Desserts-2 credits
CF 108 Stocks, Soups, and Sauces - 2 credits
Design & Visual Communications
College Course
MA State DV Articulation Agreement One or more DV courses at a MA community college
Center For Digital Imaging Arts Tuition Credit - $2,000
North Shore Community College GRA 116 Electronic Imaging - 3 credits
GRA 118 Digital Page Layout -  3 credits
Drafting and Design
College Course
Ben Franklin Institute of Tech. AR100  Architectural Graphics - 7 credits for both
&  AR110  Intro to CAD
MA State Agreement w/MAVA/North Shore CC Intro to Drafting and Intro to CAD
New England Institute of Tech. ABT112 Technical Drafting and Graphic Comm.- 3 credits
ABT114 Introduction to CAD - 4 credits
ABT 115 Introduction to Structures - 2 credits
Middlesex Community College CAD 115 - Intro to CAD - 3 credits
Early Childhood Education
College  Course
MA State EC Articulation Agreement  One or more EC courses at a MA community college
North Shore Community College ECE120  -  Intro to Child Development Assoc-  3 credits
Electrical
College Course
MA State Engineering Tech Articulation Agreement One or more EL courses at a MA community college
Ben Franklin Institute of Tech. EL 110 - Circuit Theory 1 (DC) - 4 credits
EL127 Design and Layout/NEC 5 credits
EL129 Design and Layout II/NEC II - 5 credits
EL213 Circuit Theory II (AC) - 4 credits
Health Assistant
College Course
MA State Agreement with HA  CNA - Certified Nursing Assistant 
MA State Agreement Medical Assisting One or more Medical Assisting courses
North Shore Community College OFT 116 Medical Terminology -  3 credits
ALH134 - Certified Nursing Assistant – 5 credits
BIO108 - The Body in Health and Disease - 3 credits
Heating, Ventilation, Air/C and Refrig
College  Course
MA State Agreement HVAC One or more HVAC courses
Massasoit Community College HVAC111 Basic Electricity and Control Theory
HVAC223 HVAC Service Procedures
New England Institute of Tech. AH110 Basic Refrigeration (7 credits)
AH111 Basic Refrigeration Lab (3 credits)
Mathematics
College Course
North Shore Community College BUS101 Math for Business and Finance -  3 credits
Metal Fabrication
Union Agreement if Accepted (Att., Math Proficiency, COPS)

Sheet Metal Workers Local 17 & 63

Apprenticeship Program
Plumbing
College Course
New England Institute of Technology

PL114 - Pipe Fitting Basics - 4 credits

PL115 - Pipe Fitting Lab - 4 credits

Wednesday, 25 August 2010 16:16

NCAA Eligibility

FAQs about the NCAA Eligibility Center

Student-athletes must register with the NCAA Eligibility Center to be eligible to play NCAA Division I or II sports in college. Athletes playing in Division III do not have to register.

What is the NCAA Eligibility Center?

The NCAA Eligibility Center certifies whether prospective college athletes are eligible to play sports at NCAA Division I or II institutions. It does this by reviewing the student-athlete's academic record, SAT or ACT scores, and amateur status to ensure conformity with NCAA rules.

What are NCAA Divisions I, II, and III?

The NCAA is the governing body of many intercollegiate sports. Each college regulated by the NCAA has established rules on eligibility, recruiting and financial aid, and falls into one of the three membership divisions (Divisions I, II and III). Divisions are based on college size and the scope of their athletic programs and scholarships.

When should students register?

The NCAA recommends that student-athletes register at the beginning of their junior year in high school, but many students register after their junior year. There is no registration deadline, but students must be cleared by the Eligibility Center before they receive athletic scholarships or compete at a Division I or II institution.

How do students register?

Students must register online at the NCAA Eligibility Center. They will have to enter personal information, answer questions about their course work and sports participation outside of high school and pay a registration fee.

Can students have the registration fee waived?

Students who have received a waiver for the SAT or ACT are eligible for a waiver of the registration fee. The student's counselor must submit confirmation of the student's test fee waiver. Go to the NCAA Eligibility Center High School Portal for more information.

What records does the Eligibility Center require?

Students should arrange to have you send their high school transcript as soon as they have completed at least six semesters of high school. The transcript must be mailed directly from their high school. They must also arrange to have their SAT or ACT test scores reported directly by the testing company to the Eligibility Center. Students can arrange this when they register for the tests.

You are responsible for sending in students' final transcripts and proof of graduation at the end of their senior year.

How often can students update their athletics participation information?

Students can update the information on the athletics participation section online as often as they want (and should update it regularly), up until the time when they request a final certification of their status. At that point — usually three to four months before enrolling in college — students must finalize their information.

What are the NCAA academic eligibility requirements?

To play sports at an NCAA Division I or II institution, the student must:

Complete a certain number of high school core courses (defined below).

Earn a certain minimum grade point average in these core courses.

Earn a certain minimum score on the SAT or ACT.

Graduate from high school.

For more information, see the NCAA's Guide for the College-Bound Student-Athlete, in the Publications section of the NCAA website.

What are core courses?

This is the name that the NCAA gives to high school courses that meet certain academic criteria specified by the association. Students must complete a certain number of core courses for NCAA Division I and II eligibility.

How are high school courses classified as core courses?

All participating high schools submit lists of the courses that they offer that meet NCAA core-course criteria. If approved, the courses are added to a database that the NCAA Eligibility Center maintains. You can check this database, or view a list of approved core courses on the NCAA Eligibility Center High School Portal to see whether your student-athletes are enrolled in courses that will count toward NCAA eligibility.

It is often the counselor who provides the NCAA with the list of your school's core courses and updates it annually. The NCAA may ask for more information before approving a core course.

What are the NCAA amateurism eligibility requirements?

To play sports at an NCAA Division I or II institution, the student athlete must follow NCAA amateurism rules about receiving a salary or prize money for athletic participation, playing with a professional team and other areas. For more information, see the Guide for the College-Bound Student-Athlete.

Keep in mind

The best way for students to prepare for a future in college athletics is to complete the approved core courses and earn appropriate grades in them. Indeed, more students fail to qualify to play NCAA sports because of lack of appropriate course work than for low test scores.

Make sure your athletes are enrolled in the courses on your high school's core-course list, and also know the eligibility requirements of the NCAA Eligibility Center. Then make sure your athletes are taking the necessary courses, earning the necessary grades and doing anything else they must to stay on track for NCAA eligibility.

Wednesday, 25 August 2010 15:54

College Planning Responsibilities

Who is responsible for each section of the college application process?

 

Parent Responsibilities
  • Talk with your child about post-secondary planning and discuss realistic options.
  • Do a www.kudernavigator.com search with your child and view their electronic portfolio
  • Visit colleges with your child the summer prior to their senior year.
  • Develop a list of colleges that you will apply to.
  • Review your child’s essay and college applications (sign the application.)
  • Attend financial aid night at Northeast Metro Tech.
  • Complete financial aid forms prior to the deadline and send to colleges.
  • Complete the release of information form and send to guidance.
Student Responsibilities
  • Search using www.kudernavigator.com or www.collegeboard.com to find the best options for schools.
  • Attend presentations in Career Center with your guidance counselor and career counselor.
  • Attend after-school application and college search help sessions in Career Center.
  • Complete the form on college interests prior to your meeting with counselor.
  • Complete research of the schools you are planning on applying to.
  • Visit colleges on your list and set up interviews if necessary.
  • Attend College, Technical and Military Fair at Northeast.
  • Meet all deadlines for application, transcript requests, and scholarships.
  • Complete essay and online applications, and all necessary materials.
  • Take the SATs and request for Collegeboard to send SATs to colleges. (www.collegeboard.com)
  • Ask one academic and one shop teacher for a letter of recommendation.
  • Provide teachers with resume.
  • Research scholarships.
  • Complete Transcript Request/release of information and forward to guidance.
  • Send thank you notes to those who helped you with the college process.
Guidance Counselor responsibilities
  • Give presentations during first weeks of school year explaining websites, timelines, options and process.
  • Assist students with the college application process.
  • Complete and mail counselor recommendation form.
  • Mail Northeast school report, profile and transcript.
  • Mail additional information requested by student.
Career Counselor responsibilities
  • Meet with seniors in small groups to discuss the college application process with counselors.
  • Assist students with researching post secondary options through www.kudernavigator.com and www.collegeboard.com.
  • Complete four year educational career plan..
Academic and Vocational teacher support
  • Review essays, cover letters and resumes with students through English department.
  • Teacher writes recommendations when asked by student.  Student provides up-to-date resume and request weeks in advance.
     
Tuesday, 24 August 2010 22:21

Administration

DavidDiBarriDavid DiBarri
Superintendent-Director

DrCarla A. Scuzzarella, Ed.D
Deputy Director/Principal

VanasseRichard Vanasse
Vocational Dean of Students
AB, AT, CA, EL, MF

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Academic Coordinator

BryantCathy Bryant
Vocational Dean of Students
CO, CU, DV, EC, HA, RB

J. OBrienJohn O'Brien
Vocational Dean of Students
OT, DA, DD, HV, PL

ToriVictoria Colaianni
Special Education Administrator

OBrienTracey O'Brien
Administrator of Student Services

JPICONE

Jay Picone
Finance Director


Tuesday, 24 August 2010 22:19

School Committee

The Northeast School Committee is comprised of members from our respective feeder communities listed below. Meetings are held at 7:00pm on the second Thursday of each month except the month of July unless canceled due to unforeseen circumstances such as inclement weather. Should you need to contact a member, please contact Mrs. Tyese Kasperek @781-246-0810 x1612 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for details.

Northeast Metro Tech School Committee Board

Chairman:
Deborah P. Davis
Woburn

Vice Chairman:
Judith M. Dyment
North Reading

Secretary:
Peter A. Rossetti, Jr.
Saugus

Treasurer:
Larry Means
Stoneham

 
Vincent J. Carisella
Associate Treasurer
Wakefield

Northeast Metro Tech Committee Members

Jeanne M. Feeley
Malden

Michael T. Wall
Chelsea

Robert S. McCarthy
Reading

Ronald J. Jannino
Revere

John J. Bradley
Winchester

Dawne M. Armitstead 
Winthrop

Henry S. Hooton
Melrose

 

Tuesday, 24 August 2010 22:18

Support Staff

The support staff at Northeast are a vital part of delivering a quality education to each student. The department and associated staff are listed below.

 

Main Office

Administrative Assistant to the Superintendent - Tyese Kasperek

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Administrative Assistant to the Principal - Roberta Grutti

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Secretary to the Vocational Dean's of Students - Michelle Broome
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Special Education Secretary - Debra Hite
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Special Education Secretary – Mary Costa
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Business Office

Assistant Treasurer - Marie Ferrari

Accounts Payable - Dawn Johnson

Payroll - Nicole Wood

Accounts Receivable-  Deanna Yannios

Cafeteria Bookkeeper- Jessica Bates


Computer Room (Technology Center)

Technology Manager – David DeLucia

Assistant Technology Manager – John Tamagna

Digital Learning Manager -  Mark Cheffro


Guidance Department

Administrator, Student Services - Tracey O'Brien

 Career Counselor - Jeanie Mills

Recruitment Coordinator -  Paul Pisani

Guidance Secretary- Patti Milley

Guidance Secretary- Patrice Buccieri 

Library/Media Services- Linda Shea

Admissions Secretary – Wanda DeLeon

Nurse's Office

Nurse - Amanda Santarpio

Nurse - Paula Walfield 

 

 

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