Check out this video by Pathways alum, Sidra, about the amazing things that youth can accomplish.
The following article was written by Roshaan, a Pathways to Education alum and an immigrant to Canada. Roshaan shared her thoughts on what being Canadian means to her, and we are proud to join Roshaan in celebrating all that makes our country great.
On facing her high school graduation on Friday, Thea Santyr had one comment: “Thank God.”
Brandon, a Pathways alum, shares why they’re celebrating National Indigenous Peoples Day.
Pathways alum, Cheyenne, shares her thoughts on the importance of families and supportive relationships. We are proud to join Cheyenne, who now works at Pathways Winnipeg, in celebrating International Day of Families.
Pathways alum shares her thoughts on the important role volunteering plays in society and why she thinks a strong culture of volunteerism is so important for today’s youth
When we talk about a successful career, we often mention how important work-life balance is and its role in maintaining a healthy lifestyle. The same can be said about our society when it comes to gender.
In response to the high number of young women dropping out of high school within their community, Pathways to Education in Pointe-Saint-Charles, Montreal, developed a project called “She Heroes” to open up opportunities for young women and inspire them to succeed.
“The housing was pretty bad. We moved about every six months, maybe a year if we were lucky,” Roberts said.