Pathways to Education Kingston
Pathways to Education is a unique community-based program designed to increase high school graduation rates in designated neighbourhoods. The program offers tutoring, mentoring, financial support, and advocacy to support high school students to successfully transition to post-secondary education, training or meaningful employment.
Through the collective power of partnerships, Pathways to Education’s innovative program is preparing youth for tomorrow and working to break cycles of poverty. The Pathways to Education program has worked with over 1250 students in Kingston since 2010.
The Pathways to Education program offers:
- Academic tutoring sessions in all subjects;
- Mentoring activities include opportunities to connect with the land through an Indigenous World View, a cooking program, campus tours, YMCA memberships, training and skill-building opportunities;
- Financial incentives such as No Frills grocery cards;
- Post-secondary scholarships for $500 for each year enrolled in the program up to $2,000 after four years; and
- Assistance with career exploration and planning post-secondary options for all students.
In the first video below, meet Marcus and Jay and discover why they are passionate about the Pathways to Education program in Kingston, Ontario.
All high school students who live in the catchment area are eligible to register for the program. The boundaries of the catchment area are from Conacher Drive south to Raglan Road and from Division Street east to the Cataraqui River.
How can I join the program?
If you are a student from the above catchment area and you would like to find out how to join the Pathways to Education program, you or your parent/guardian can contact:
The Pathways to Education office at 613.507.7107 x2107, or stop by our office Monday to Friday from 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
263 Weller Avenue
Phone: 613.507.7107 x2107
Email: [email protected]
Monday to Friday: 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.