Ma Mawi Wi Chi Itata Centre, in collaboration with Pathways to Education, will receive government funding for its Youth Housing Program. It will offer a long-term, supportive living program for indigenous youth and young adults in Winnipeg who are at risk of dropping out of high
Riely Castel will no longer have to couch-surf once he finally gets a key to his own place next week.“I was living at home with my parents until 2013 when my mother passed, and that’s when my family sort of broke up, and I’ve been couch-surfing since then,” Castel said, after the Selinger governm
Across the country, 16 community centres currently offer the Pathways program, and three of those sites are in Montreal: Toujours Ensemble in Verdun, the YMCA in Point St. Charles and the Carrefour Jeunesse Emploi in Lachine.
Pathways to Education received a $5,000 grant to "provide Kingston youth with access to the stories of residential school survivors to raise awareness of this part of Canadian history and encourage discussion on the continued need for truth and reconciliation."
Pathways to Education has had resounding success in helping students from less privileged backgrounds graduate from school and continue on to college or university.
In the Canadian nonprofit sector, Pathways to Education works with schools to provide support in many areas not just in academia, such as social and financial support and mentoring.
For Cody Allan, school was little more than a year of struggling to maintain his grades while trying not to focus on a dysfunctional home life. ... It was just before going into Grade 9 that he saw a Pathways to Education pamphlet that came in the mail.
Pathways to Education, which was founded in 2001, helps at-risk students stay in school and eventually graduate and attend post-secondary institutions.
Calvin Cheng, 25, grew up in Toronto’s Regent Park neighbourhood, an inner-city public housing complex in Toronto once notorious for dangerous gangs like the Asian Assassinz. ...