Stories of Success

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

A small gesture of thanks

A small gesture of thanks

Looking back, we see and appreciate all that others have done for us. Another year comes to a close and we are especially grateful for the Pathways community during a period when money, time, and energy feels extra tight. Donors, supporters, and volunteer tutors and...

How students are leading programming at Pathways Saint John

How students are leading programming at Pathways Saint John

Cianna is a 2020 graduate of Pathways Saint John. She is currently studying towards her Bachelor of Arts with a major in Psychology at the University of New Brunswick. Outside of school, Cianna works in youth programming and mentorship at Pathways Saint John. She...

The helpful advice that helped Mariam pick a STEM career

The helpful advice that helped Mariam pick a STEM career

Mariam graduated from Pathways Kitchener in 2019 and recently completed a Bachelor of Science at the University of Waterloo. She is now studying towards her PharmD degree at the same school, a program leading to a career as a pharmacist. In her spare time, Mariam...

Kashish realized she was a leader

Kashish realized she was a leader

Kashish is a 2018 alum of Pathways Rexdale. After graduating from high school, Kashish went on to study Health Informatics at York University. She worked and volunteered at Pathways Rexdale, Pathways to Education Canada and many other community organizations during...

Every Child Matters

Every Child Matters

The National Day for Truth and Reconciliation can be difficult, challenging, or overwhelming for Indigenous Peoples, including Indigenous students in Pathways programs across Canada. As a national youth-serving organization, we want Indigenous students to know we...

How a Pathways Spryfield student took home the big scholarship

How a Pathways Spryfield student took home the big scholarship

Silas is a 2023 graduate of Pathways Spryfield and a winner of the Schulich Leader Scholarship valued at $100,000. In the fall, he will begin undergraduate studies in biology and mathematics at Memorial University of Newfoundland.   Silas has a habit of joking around...

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