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New England College Personnel Association is an ACPA—College Student Educators International Local Chapter representing all six New England states. NECPA is committed to the education and development of post-secondary students in New England and exists for the benefit of all professionals in the region.

New England College Personnel Association connects diverse higher education professionals from all institution types, functional areas, and experience levels in New England. We support and develop equitable higher education communities by providing intentional, creative, and accessible opportunities and resources focused on professional and personal growth.

Latest from the NECPA Note

NECPA Graduate Spotlight March – Briana Petrucelli

Name: Briana Petrucelli School: Springfield College Program:  Student Affairs Administration Type: Master’s Current employer:  Student Affairs Graduate Assistant at Springfield College What do you love about working there? I love the community environment, close knit cohort & network of support offered to students in our program. Springfield College is a wonderful community to be apart of and has enabled me to be apart Read More

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ACPA 2020 Professional Spotlight – Matthew Gregory

Presentation Topic: So, You want to be a Senior SA Pro? By Matthew Gregory There are three reasons behind choosing this topic: As the Vice Chair for Membership for the Commission for Administrative Leadership – the goal is to continually encourage those who are beginning in the field or growing in the field to be comfortable about what the future Read More

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NECPA Graduate Spotlight February – Kristina Perreli

Name: Kristina Perrelli School: University of Rhode Island Program: Education Type: Doctoral Current employer: Currently, I am the Director of New Student Programs and part-time faculty at my institution. What do you love about working there? I have most enjoyed collaborating with colleagues and students. I have had opportunities to partner with faculty on research and writing, which has helped Read More

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