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The (ACN) is designed to help districts and schools by creating opportunities exclusively for Rhode Island high school students to envision, pursue and realize their individualized graduation pathway outside of the traditional school day.

Over 500 Rhode Island high school students have discovered the 麻豆传媒视频 EDGE, by utilizing this unique opportunity to take college courses and earn college credits while still in high school. Learn by doing in our state-of-the-art classrooms and labs – for free!

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2024 *SUMMER CAMP: 07/08/2024 – 07/12/2024 – Registration Open Now! *open to current 8th-11th grade students.

2024 FALL COURSES: 09/30/2024 鈥 12/12/2024 鈥 搁别驳颈蝉迟谤补迟颈辞苍听 Open Now!

2025 WINTER COURSES: 1/6/24- 3/15/24 – Registration TBD

2025 SPRING COURSES: 3/25/24-5/30/24 – Registration TBD

Please call Sean Marshall at 401.739.5000, ext. 3463 or email [email protected] with any questions.

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07/08/2024 –听 07/12/2024听 听Monday 鈥 Friday 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM Lunch provided.听

Campers explore the Esports industry, from its early development through today. In addition, students learn about careers in the field and the role of managers in Esports and affiliated industries. Campers will set up an Esports league and participate in competitive battles in 麻豆传媒视频 Esports Lab. 麻豆传媒视频 Esports听Summer Camp is for current 8th-11th grade students. The focus this year will be on Smashbros.听

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Explore Available Fall 2024 Courses

  • SE116 Programming Essentials with Python 鈥 Software Engineering 4 Credit Course

    Software Engineering 4 Credit Course

    10/01/2024 — 12/12/2024

    Tuesday & Thursday 4:45 PM – 7:15 PM

    One New England Tech Blvd. East Greenwich RI 02818

    A study of the Python programming language will be used as the vehicle to introduce flowcharting, control structures, calculations, interactive programming techniques, and editing. Students will be introduced to a distributed version control system using git. Students will learn to write high-quality Python programs solving a variety of applications. Laboratory projects will grow in complexity as students gain hands-on experience. Both software engineering and networking engineering applications will be provided.

  • HCM312 Introduction to Healthcare Management 鈥 Healthcare 3 Credit Course

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    Healthcare 3 Credit Course

    09/30/2024 — 12/11/2024

    Monday & Wednesday 4:45 PM – 6:35 PM

    One New England Tech Blvd. East Greenwich RI 02818

    Students will learn and apply the basic management principles of individual and organizational effectiveness in the United States healthcare management system. Students will explore cost of care, and quality of care measures and how these affect access to care. In addition, students will get an overview of business principles such as: leadership, strategic planning, human resources, healthcare insurance, marketing, information technology, finance, ethics, and fraud as well as emerging topics in health care as it affects all stakeholders: patients, providers, payers and the public.

  • HS111 Introduction to Careers in Healthcare 鈥 Healthcare 3 Credit Course

    Introduction to Careers in Healthcare 3 Credit Course

    10/03/2023 — 12/12/2023

    Thursday 4:15 PM – 7:35 PM

    One New England Tech Blvd. East Greenwich RI 02818

    The structure of the healthcare field will be examined. This will include medicine, nursing, and many allied health professions. Discussion and investigation into the roles of many health professionals will be examined. Students will undergo investigation into three professions of their choice for the end project for this course.

     

Explore Available Winter 2025 Courses

  • MLT110 – Introduction into Medical Lab Technician – Health Sciences 4 Credit Course

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    Health Sciences 4 Credit Course

    1/6/24- 3/15/24

    Tuesday & Thursday 4:45 PM to 6:30 PM

    One New England Tech Blvd. East Greenwich RI 02818

    An introduction to clinical laboratory practices and procedures normally performed in a clinical laboratory, including quality control, laboratory math, safety, laboratory equipment, phlebotomy, accreditation, certification, and professionalism.

  • WEL110 OFC/OAW Electric Welding & Cutting 鈥 Welding 4 Credit Course

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    Welding 4 Credit Course

    1/6/24- 3/15/24

    Tuesday & Thursday

    4:45 PM to 6:30 PM

    Warwick Campus 100 Access Road 听AB Building听 Warwick RI 02886

    This course is intended to teach students the fundamentals of using OFC, OAW, Basic GMAW, Plasma cutting, CAC, and welding safety. Welding and cutting safety are in accordance with AWS / ANSI Z49.1

     

  • CJ112 Corrections 鈥 Criminal Justice 5 Credit Course

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    Criminal Justice 5 Credit Course

    1/6/24- 3/15/24

    Tuesday & Thursday 4:30 PM – 6:15 PM

    Warwick Campus 100 Access Road AD Building Warwick RI 02886

    This course will focus on the various correctional components and concepts that have been established in our modern-day corrections system. It will expose students to alternative forms of corrections from incarceration to community-based and all the alternatives in between. This course will establish the relationship and importance of corrections in the overall criminal justice system.

  • VGD244 Video Game Design, Unity 1 – 4 Credit Course

    Video Game Design 4 Credit Course

    1/6/24- 3/15/24

    Tuesday & Thursday 4:45 PM – 7:15 PM

    Campus TBD

    This course will provide a foundation in the tools, techniques, and production methods for creating game environments and successfully using Unity 3D in production situations.

     

     

Explore Available Spring 2025 Courses

  • WEL151 Industrial Welding 鈥 Welding 3 Credit Course

    Welding 3 Credit Course

    Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW/TIG)

    3/25/24 – 5/30/24

    Tuesday & Thursday 4:30 PM to 7:10 PM

    Warwick Campus 100 Access Road AB Building Warwick RI 02818

    This course is intended to teach students the fundamental theory of Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW). Introductory SMAW lab activities focus on machine selection, classification of electrodes, safety issues and basic welding techniques using electrode 7018 fillet weld for plate build up and for joints in the following positions: flat (1F), horizontal (2F), vertical (3F) and overhead (4F).

  • TT106 Introduction to Vehicle Maintenance 鈥 Transportation Technologies 3 Credit Course

    Transportation Technologies 3 Credit Course

    3/25/24 – 5/30/24

    Tuesday & Thursday 4:30 PM – 6:30 PM

    100 Access Road AC Building Warwick RI 02818 New England Institute of Technology

    This course is designed to familiarize incoming students with the operations of the Transportation Labs and the overall program utilizing the 44-bay garage lab. Students will be introduced to shop safety procedures, various types of hand tools and their uses, measuring tools and shop equipment such as lifts and scan tools. In addition, the various fasteners that will be encountered in the program will be explained and their uses discussed. Through a combination of both classroom and lab work, students will also be exposed to various basic vehicle maintenance checks and procedures. Students will also practice online information and data retrieval as well as recording-keeping. Students will be introduced to a wide range of potential career opportunities and work environments in the automotive field. Students will be asked to demonstrate proficiency using shop equipment such as lifts, jacks, jack stands and jump packs.

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