Stories of Success

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

Why we spend time building relationships with students

Why we spend time building relationships with students

“Every time we meet a youth, from the very beginning of the program, we check in around school. And then, we’ll talk about health, relationships, hopes and dreams. That’s what makes it possible for us to do good work with young people. If you have the relationships,...

My Path to Pathways: Staff Spotlight on Elaine Dukuly

My Path to Pathways: Staff Spotlight on Elaine Dukuly

Having joined Pathways Winnipeg as an Student Parent Support Worker (SPSW) in 2010, the close connections Elaine has fostered with the students are strengths that she brings into her new role as Program Director. Keep reading to hear about her journey to Pathways and...

But who are the Black heroes of the future?

But who are the Black heroes of the future?

We recently spoke with Owen Hinds, Program Director at Pathways Lawrence Heights. As a thoughtful leader in his community and in the Pathways sphere, he offered his perspective on the actions we can all take this Black History Month. For many, Black History Month is...

A Place for Carter

A Place for Carter

For ambitious youth like this Pointe St Charles student, Pathways is an accelerator for success Carter graduated from Pathways Pointe St Charles in 2018. After obtaining his CEGEP diploma in 2021, Carter applied to Concordia University, where he began working towards...

Behind the Numbers with Kashish, a Pathways Rexdale Alum and Tutor

Behind the Numbers with Kashish, a Pathways Rexdale Alum and Tutor

Every year, Pathways Canada’s Research and Evaluation team updates key statistics to showcase the impact of the Pathways Program. But behind these numbers are the experiences of students, tutors, and alumni—like Kashish, who graduated from Pathways Rexdale in 2018,...

10 Years Later: Catching up with Nike

10 Years Later: Catching up with Nike

Nike graduated from high school in 2012. Watch the video to see how his story has unfolded from when he was a Pathways student to today.   Nike joined the Pathways Program in Grade 9. It was during this time that he developed a passion for video editing and met...

Helping students connect with the land

Helping students connect with the land

It’s been two school years filled with isolation and a heavy dependence on technology, but lessons from Indigenous partners have helped ground both Pathways students and staff. At Pathways Kingston (or Katarokwi), which is located on the traditional shared territories...

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