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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 May 2021 – Laura Cafaro
Name: Laura Cafaro School: Springfield CollegeProgram: Student Affairs AdministrationType: Master’s Current employer: Graduate Associate, Office of Student Activities. Springfield College Graduate Intern, Office of Non-Discrimination Initiatives/ Title IX. Springfield College Graduate Intern- Business Connections. What do you love about working there?What I enjoy the most so far within my positions at Springfield College is the meaningful engagement I am able to have with students from Read More
NECPA Graduate Spotlight February 2021 – Amanda Higgins
Name: Amanda Higgins School: University of Connecticut Program: Higher Education and Student Affairs Type: Master’s Current employer: UConn Center for Students with Disabilities – Assistantship What do you love about working there? I love the opportunity to communicate with a wide variety of individuals. I also love the challenge of managing complex processes. How do you like to spend your free time? I typically travel Read More
Bylaws Revision Voting
The NECPA Executive Board has determined that the bylaws, originally prepared in Fall of 2015 and enacted January 1, 2016, need updating to most accurately reflect who we are as the New England Chapter of ACPA and to bring the bylaws into alignment with what we have learned from the past five years of existence as a Regional ACPA Chapter. Read More