Triangle
people with ability
We equip transition-age youth to take their first step toward successful careers and fulfilling lives. 

Transition-age Employment

Our most meaningful accomplishments don’t happen in the classroom, but in the community. For that reason, when high school students and recent graduates join the Triangle community, they can choose from an array of opportunities to develop their careers and enjoy their lives outside of school.

The opportunities we provide for transition-age youth include:

  • School-to-Career (STC). We partner with students and recent grads aged 16-26 to help them plan their careers, expand their experience through community internships, and secure competitive employment. 80% of American adults with disabilities are not working. We work hard to help our students start working as soon as they can and we provide the coaching they need to advance their careers. We have School-to-Career teams in Malden and Randolph that help young job-seekers establish independence and cultivate professional experience.
  • Transitions to Successful Careers  (TSC). We provide a short-term program for currently enrolled high school students that prepares these individuals to have successful careers after graduation by exposing them to career readiness, job counseling, and a six-week internship.

Triangle, Inc. also offers empowerment opportunities for transition-age youth through our EPIC and IMACT:Ability programs. Click for more information on EPIC or IMPACT:Ability.

If you would like to learn more about the services listed above for transition-age youth, contact Jeff Gentry at jgentry@triangle-inc.org or (781) 388-4357.

 

 

Triangle Inc. is a registered Non-Profit 501(c)(3) organization.