UTEC, Peace Positivity Empowerment
UTEC, Peace Positivity Empowerment

UTEC: Peace, Positivity, Empowerment

 

The Al Filipov Peace &Justice Forum is pleased to present this year's award to UTEC, a Lowell-based non-profit to help young people develop skills through paid work experience. Social justice and civic engagement are embedded in all programming.

UTEC's mission and promise is to ignite and nurture the ambition of proven-risk young people to trade violence and poverty for social and economic success.

UTEC's nationally recognized model begins with intensive street outreach and gang peacemaking, reaching out to the most disconnected youth by meeting them "where they're at." When young adults succeed, the community sees the greatest positive impact on public safety, public health, and economic development.

Join us to honor UTEC and hear from a panel of young adults and staff about their experiences. After the program enjoy a reception with baked goods prepared by the UTEC catering team.


To learn more about UTEC, visit their website here: www.utec-lowell.org

 

The presenting of the eighth annual Al Filipov Peace & Justice Award to UTEC

will be followed by a presentation and discussion.

Sunday, September 16, 2018

4:30 pm

Trinitarian Congregational Church

54 Walden Street

Concord, Massachusetts

 

Doors will open at 4 pm.

The event is free and open to all.

Donations will be accepted.

The facility is handicapped accessible.


Directions and Parking

Trinitarian Congregational Church is located at the intersection of Walden and Hubbard Streets in Concord center.

Parking is available on-street and in the municipal lot located off Walden Street, a half block away from the church, accessed via a one-way entrance near the intersection with Main Street.

The church has two handicapped accessible entrances, one on Hubbard Street and one beside the church parking lot to the left of the sanctuary.

If you have special requirements for parking, we invite you to contact us via email at info@alfilipov.org