We Can Do It Better Together

Programs and Services


Level Up! Newsletter

Our ‘Level-Up Newsletter’ is a project of UNITEY which motivate our students to research and write about topics of their choice.

CIVIC ENGAGEMENT AND COMMUNITY ORGANIZING
Through civic engagement, community organizing, volunteering and different language skills youth will acquire community organizing and building skills.

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
Training for civic and placement exams will be provided to help youth and young adults achieve their future goals and dreams.

COLLEGE READINESS
Program participants will be encouraged to attain their full potential via college prep in the areas of education, teaching, writing, and involvement in the production of the “Level Up” newsletter.

CAREER OUTLOOK
Through “Career Outlook”, different areas like job search, financial literacy, and an entrepreneurial series, will be presented in classroom settings.

TECHNOLOGY ETIQUETTE
Website design, GIS mapping, and the proper use of social media will be taught to program participants.

SYSTEMATIC RACISM
The “Systematic Racism” module will teach program participants about race, heritage and culture and how to identify and appreciate self, and how to work around structural and institutional racism.

EXTENDED SUPPORT
UNITEY works to extend support to youth, families and the community at large through counseling referrals, character building, and recreational activities.

 

 

Learning Through Culinary and Musical Arts

Civic Engagement, Education, History

By combining musical and culinary heritage with history we provide a more comprehensive backdrop in which to tell a collective story. This program intends to reinforce English, History, and creative writing skills in students as well as enhance soft skills and foster creativity.

Living Inclusion For Elderly
L.I.F.E.


Bridging the Generational Gap

The intergenerational approach is the method that ties our programs and services together.

• every generation is relevant to the survival and success of the other
• collaborative learning experience
• civic engagement

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To be a builder of positive powers that will enhance the potentials of Black1 youth (ages 12 – 17) and young adults (ages 18 – 26), thereby enabling them to efficiently navigate and be of service to their neighborhoods.

UNITEY

P.O. Box 612

Worcester, MA. 01613


T: 774-232-1025


Email: info@uniteycdc.org

 

1. Black A person having origins in any of the Black racial groups of Africa, such as African American, Kenyan, Nigerian, or Haitian. https://www.census.gov/quickfacts/meta/long_RHI205210.htm

 

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