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

Transition-age Employment

Triangle, Inc. is one of the only providers that make its services available to students enrolled in high schools in partnership with special education programs and districts. Through the School to Career (STC) program and Pre-Employment Transition Services (Pre-ETS), Triangle, Inc. begins its employment training with students at an early age by instilling productive work habits and providing on-the-job training. Upon completion of high school, these students are well-prepared for their next step in life.

School to Career (STC)

School to Career (STC) is a vocational program for young adults between the ages of 18 and 22 looking to expand their career experience with the goal of securing competitive employment. Triangle currently partners with several school districts, including Chelsea, Marblehead, Randolph, and Stoughton, to offer STC to 20 students before they age out of school-supported programming. The organization is actively seeking out additional school partners as we disrupt entrenched, systemic problems related to disability employment.

If you are interested in learning more about how your school can develop a School to Career cohort, please contact:
Drew Warren, Chief Program Officer
Phone: 781.388.4308
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Pre-Employment Transition Services (Pre-ETS)

Triangle, Inc. is a contracted provider of Pre-ETS services through the Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission (MRC). This program emphasizes career awareness, exploration, and preparation to equip young people with the skills needed for success in their future careers. These sessions are offered in partnership with local school districts throughout the Greater Boston area.  

For more information about Pre-ETS, please contact:
Corey Grant, Associate Director of Workforce Development
Phone: 781.388.4329
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Other Services For Youth

In addition to our employment services, Triangle, Inc. offers empowerment opportunities for transition-age youth. Click for more information on EPIC or IMPACT:Ability.

Triangle, Inc. is a registered non-profit 501(c)(3) organization.

Triangle has received Massachusetts guidance about opening our day program service sites in the month of July.  Please read more here for our statement.