Cooperative Educational Program (CEP)
Fall or spring semester, junior year. Contact Tara McKee, Psychology, 315-859-4216.
Hamilton offers competitive financial support for unpaid summer internships. Additional information about funding may be found on the Career Center site. Contact Shannon Shannon, Career Center, 315-859-4375
Employment after Graduation
Each year, several Hamilton graduates are hired by the New England Center for Children, for entry-level teacher positions. On-campus interviews are scheduled in the spring semester. Contact Tara McKee, Psychology, 315-859-4216.
Graduate Study at NECC
Graduates who are employed by NECC may profit from its professional development, which fosters the optimum growth of each employee. Specific program affiliations (for which employees may earn partial tuition reimbursement) include:
- Master of Science in Education with MA teaching licensure in Severe Special Needs, Simmons College
- Master of Science in Applied Behavior Analysis, Western New England University
- Doctor of Philosophy in Behavior Analysis, Western New England University
Contact Ellen Graham, NECC