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SECOND CHANCE MONTH 2022

Part of UTEC’s mission is to show madd love, unconditionally accepting each person. We offer everyone a clean slate, never giving up. This National Second Chance Month, we are highlighting the voices of young people whose lives have been impacted by the power of a second chance.

Patriots Foundation, Bank of America give UTEC $50G

A $50,000 award from the New England Patriots Foundation and Bank of America will go a long way in helping UTEC’s mission of helping young people in the Merrimack Valley.

Baker-Polito Administration Announces $20 Million in Grants to Increase Economic Opportunity in Communities Across Massachusetts

Today, the Baker-Polito Administration announced the award of 65 grants totaling over $20 million to 62 organizations through the Community Empowerment and Reinvestment Grant Program.

HISET Success Story on WCAP

Rebecca, Director of Education, and Rocky, UTEC young adult, join Gregg Croteau, CEO on WCAP to discuss how UTEC’s academic education program provides the support young people need to be successful.

MassDevelopment awards grant for The Green @ UTEC

MassDevelopment has awarded a $38,555 grant to assist UTEC in a project to transform an underutilized open space downtown.

UTEC receives $500,000 for woodworking program

Youth nonprofit UTEC has received $500,000 from the Yawkey Foundation to expand its Woodworking Social Enterprise program for justice-involved young adults.

WCAP: UTEC Launches Organizing Crew

Francellis Quinones, Organizing Program Manager, joins Gregg Croteau, CEO, on WCAP to discuss the launch of UTEC’s new organizing crew and how young adults are diving into the issues they care about to advocate for meaningful systems change.

Patriots Foundation picks UTEC as ‘Community Captain’

A well-known and respected Lowell nonprofit features prominently in a new initiative created by the New England Patriots Foundation and Bank of America designed to build deeper relationships with the agencies and the populations they serve.

UTEC receives $50K boost for community outreach efforts

UTEC, the anti-violence group aimed at reaching at-risk youth through programming and education in Haverhill, Lawrence and Lowell, recently received a $50,000 boost from the Patriots Foundation and Bank of America when UTEC became a Community Captain during a new program launched by the Patriots Foundation.

UTEC WELCOMES HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES SECRETARY XAVIER BECERRA TO DISCUSSION ON GUN VIOLENCE, RECIDIVISM

Rep. Lori Trahan and U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Xavier Becerra joined with UTEC leaders as well as state and local partners to highlight federally supported programs with a proven track record of reducing youth recidivism and addressing gun violence in Lowell, Lawrence and Haverhill.

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