Break for Teen Offenders Ignites Hill

‘Raise the Age,’ local project funding get boost in Senate economic development bill

LOWELL SUN: 'Raise the Age,' local project funding get boost in Senate economic development bill

Spring Appeal Cont’d: Meet Ginny

Ginny's story highlights the powerful impact of our programs, programs that we rely on your support to keep free of charge to risk-proven young adults in the Merrimack Valley.

UTEC Hosts Criminal Justice Reform Panel in Boston

Spring Appeal: From Young Adult to UTEC Staff

UTEC 2024 Spring Appeal: From Young Adult to UTEC Staff

UTEC to Mark 25 Years

LOWELL SUN: UTEC started in 1999 as a drop-in center for youth to avoid gang violence. Read more about the organization's rich history in Lowell and the role it's played to reduce violence in the Merrimack Valley.

‘Young people are worth all of our efforts’

Mass. nearly halved its incarceration rate in 10 years, report finds

BOSTON GLOBE: Massachusetts has nearly halved its incarceration rate over the past decade, progress that researchers of a new report say was fueled by landmark criminal justice reform legislation introduced by the state in 2018.

UTEC Featured in 25th Edition of National Grid Foundation’s Magazine, Destiny

The National Grid Foundation's support allows UTEC to offer Young Adults paid work experience in a variety of Social Enterprises. They gain valuable professional and social-emotional skills while providing valuable services to their communities.