Stories of Success

See the difference Pathways has made in the lives of individuals, families, and communities.

Growing Pains by Sidra, Pathways alum

Growing Pains by Sidra, Pathways alum

The following spoken word poem was written and performed by Sidra, a Pathways to Education alum, about the unlimited potential of young people.   Students, peers, and youth alike, we have been trying for so long. To be done school, to be independent, to be living...

What Being Canadian Means to Me

What Being Canadian Means to Me

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. I immigrated to...

Why I’m Celebrating National Indigenous Peoples Day

Why I’m Celebrating National Indigenous Peoples Day

The following was written by Brandon, a Pathways to Education alum from Winnipeg, Manitoba. We are proud to join Brandon, who now works at Pathways Winnipeg, in celebrating National Indigenous Peoples Day. National Indigenous Peoples Day (NIPD) makes me proud to be a...

How Pathways Became my Second Family

How Pathways Became my Second Family

The following was written by Cheyenne, a Pathways to Education alum from Winnipeg, Manitoba. We are proud to join Cheyenne, who now works at Pathways Winnipeg, in celebrating International Day of Families. May 15 is International Day of Families and this day means...

Why Volunteering Matters to Young People

Why Volunteering Matters to Young People

The following article was written by Korinne, a Pathways to Education alum from Shawinigan, Quebec. We are proud to join Korinne in celebrating National Volunteer Week and the countless volunteers who donate their time and expertise to help young people achieve...

Volunteer Spotlight: Sim Gill

Volunteer Spotlight: Sim Gill

In celebration of National Volunteer Week, we’re highlighting RBC employee, Sim Gill, who volunteers at Pathways to Education, a national charitable organization dedicated to breaking the cycle of poverty through education. Sim’s journey with Pathways began in 2013...

She Heroes

She Heroes

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...

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