Youth Services Program
Our Youth Services Program helps young people develop basic work readiness skills, increase social and communication skills, and build self-esteem and self-confidence. We help youth reach their full potential through peer mentoring and support.
(TAP) - Transition to Adulthood Program
- High school students ages 14-22
Academic Year Program
- In-school independent living skills groups
- In-school individual transition planning
- After school social/recreational groups
5 themed weeks of the POWER Project. To learn more, contact Steve Michelson at email@example.com.
(Pre-ETS) - Potentially Eligible Pre-Employment Transition Services
- High school or post-secondary education students ages 14-22
- Students in our coverage area may be referred by their family, school or Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission (MRC)
Academic Year Program
- Work-based learning experiences
- Work readiness training
- Job exploration counseling
- Post secondary education counseling
- 5 weeks of pre-employment readiness training. To learn more, contact Rowan at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join Our Youth Clubs!
Each month, our Young Men’s Club and our Young Women’s Club gather to discuss topics such as:
- Bullying prevention
- Healthy relationships
- Safety outside the home
- And much more!
Youth ages 14-22 who are currently attending high school or post-secondary education with a disability are welcome to join us!
To join the Young Men’s Club, contact Steve at email@example.com.
To join the Young Women’s Club, contact Rossy at firstname.lastname@example.org.
ASL and Spanish interpretation provided.
Host a Student Intern
We are looking for internship placement sites for our students.
How the Program Works:
- NILP compensates the student
- Internship typically runs about 12 weeks
- Weeks can be extended if the business & student requests
- Staff check in weekly with business & student
- Changes can be made if match isn’t working out
What We Need From You:
- Desire to build a partnership with NILP
- Commitment to support students with disabilities
- Open communication so you and the student are supported
- Training of responsibilities
- Constructive feedback to students
Contact Rowan DeAza at email@example.com.