Pathways founder Carolyn Acker & alumnus Tarak were on Global Morning Show today with Carolyn Mackenzie to talk about the 15th anniversary of Pathways to Education programming and Education Week.
Cody was shy and reserved, but now the Grade 12 student performs Shakespeare. “When I was in Grade 9, I was very awkward,” he says. “I used to wear my hoodie all the time… and never really talk to anyone.”
Bharat has been volunteering in our Pathways Kitchener program since September 2014. A software engineer by profession, Bharat volunteers multiple nights each week as a volunteer tutor. “I have a pretty good life overall,” says Bharat, “but I felt that something was missing.
Now a pilot project at the Rexdale Community Health Centre, “Start Something” aims to bring entrepreneurial education to high school students who might not otherwise receive it.
Matt Andrews, a Manulife employee, will be among 30,000 runners in next week’s Boston Marathon, and he’s doing it in support of the youth of Pathways to Education.
Nadeea Rahim is one of those superheroes.
As we celebrate Perseverance Week, we celebrate the success of Pathways alumni like Ion across the country! With the help of Pathways and through his dedication and commitment, Ion succeeded in his studies and is a role model for his peers.
This week, from February 15 – February 19, we are celebrating Perseverance Week!
Today, the Slaight Family Foundation announced that Pathways to Education Canada is one of 11 Canadian charities that will receive $1 million over the next four years to support the success of Canada’s most vulnerable youth and children.