Press

Wine-tastings you can warm up to

Read more about our next Top Chef Night where Lowell Sun Editor in Chief Jim Campanini will be co-hosting an Italian Wine Tasting Dinner!

 

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‘They’ve Always Had Open Arms': Second, Third Chances Are Key To Lowell Youth Program’s Success

Check out 90.9 WBUR radio's "All Things Considered" piece on UTEC to hear more about our program and the inspiring stories of our young people. 

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U Lunch at UTEC

Check out the "Learning Lowell" site where two Lowell newcomers are exploring the city and decided to stop in at Cafe UTEC for lunch and share their experience!

The Vera Institute of Justice's "State of Juvenile Justice: A National Conversation"

From the Vera Institute of Justice:

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UTEC Programs Grab National Recognition

Read more about how the UTEC program model is grabbing national recognition for the work with those who have dropped out of high school in the Lowell Sun article.

Kennedy stops by MCC to soak in STEM education success firsthand

Lowell Mayor Rodney Elliott, U.S. Reps. Niki Tsongas and Joseph P. Kennedy III visit UTEC to learn more about our workforce development and education methods.

Expungement Fact Sheet

Teens Leading The Way recently announced a campaign to expunge juvenile records. Working closely with Senator Karen Spilka and Rep Kay Khan, the teens aim to remove critical barriers between youth...

Bill aims to reform sentencing, add jobs

Two lawmakers have introduced legislation that seeks to reduce the number of people imprisoned by the state and save taxpayers millions of dollars a year by overhauling sentencing laws and...

Safe and Successful Youth Initiative in Massachusetts (SSYI)
Learn more about the Safe and Successful Youth Initiative in Massachusetts (SSYI) and the impact it is making in our...
Baker shout-out to UTEC during inaugural address

Governor Charlie Baker gives UTEC a shout out during his inaugural speech on January 8, 2015!