WHAT WE DO
With all that is provided to our clients, all that Pathways asks in return, is for them to Pay it Forward to someone else in need. Presently, at least two graduates serve on the Board of Directors. Over 300 young women have been served since 1991 of which 80% have graduated from college or from a certificate program.
Are poor by state and federal standards.
Come from a background of abuse, homelessness, or foster care.
Have a serious desire to complete their college education and become self-sufficient.
Lack an emotional and financial support system.
Tuition & Books
Pro bono Healthcare
Regular Therapy by a Licensed Therapist
Professionals such as Attorneys & Accountants
Maintain full-time class schedule with minimum GPA.
Attend regular therapy sessions.
Maintain part-time employment.
Be accountable to a mentor.
Learn fiscal responsibility.
Education with a plan and graduation date.