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Young people in the Woodworking Social Enterprise are carving out better futures.

They gain valuable work experience while developing basic design and construction knowledge that can translate into future employment in construction and skilled trades.

Working closely with our program’s skilled woodworkers, our young people develop high-quality products, including cutting boards, salad tongs, and merchandising displays.

Key Partnerships

UTEC Woodworking partners with several community-oriented and environmentally-focused local businesses. In particular, we thank Keiver-Willard Lumber Corp. and Northeastern University.

Buy Online or Find Retail Locations


Whole Foods Market

    • Andover
    • Charlestown
    • Dedham
    • Framingham
    • Fresh Pond
    • Hingham
    • Hyannis
    • Ink Block (South End/Boston)
    • Lynnfield
    • Medford
    • Newtonville
    • Shrewsbury
    • Swampscott
    • Sudbury
    • Symphony (Boston)
    • Wellesley
    • Westford
    • Woburn


Lowell, MA

Concord, MA

Boston, MA

New Hampshire

Whole Foods Market

    • Bedford, NH



Whole Foods Market

    • Bishops Corner,  West Hartford, CT
    • Glastonbury, CT


Whole Foods Market

    • Portland, ME


Additional online options

    • Harvard Coop offers boards with the Harvard University insignia
    • Preserve offers large and small UTEC boards

Check out our options for custom corporate sales, too.