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Help Pathways to Success in accomplishing our mission by giving on March 3rd and 4th, 2022.
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- Share the link to our website for this news article and event information: Pathways to Success Do More 24 Delaware Event Info
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Let people in Delaware know that Pathways to Success helps students at Cape Henlopen High School, Milford High School, Seaford High School and Sussex Tech that are at risk for not graduating high school. Students enrolled in our program have a 98% graduation rate, with 96% going on to college, entering the military, or finding full time employment.
As proud Delawareans we are thrilled to share that we will be participating in a monumental statewide campaign this March 3rd and 4th.
Pathways to Success’ mission is to prepare youth, adults, and their families for successful lives. We utilize innovative and creative approaches in mentoring and education to help individuals develop to be healthy, productive, contributing and responsible citizens. We work in service to the at-risk communities in a spirit of offering hope through empowerment, education and information. We also assist in the elimination of housing discrimination through our Fair Housing education training in the community.
Every day we help students by having dedicated Program Administrators in the 4 Sussex County high schools in which we have our program in: Cape Henlopen, Milford, Seaford and Sussex Tech. We not only interact with the students during the school day but seek them out if there is continued absent attendance. Yes, we knock on doors to ensure our students well-being.
Can you imagine what life would be like for these students if the work we do stopped tomorrow? These are the students whose only meal of the day is in school or whose family needs help with paying their electricity, heat or rent. Pathways to Success is the consistent factor in their lives. Based on our C.A.R.E. model (Consistent, Authentic, Respectful, Empowerment), we never falter and no matter what, we are there for them.
It’s not just our work that makes Delaware a great place to call home. Even in our small state, there are more than 500 nonprofits working each day to provide education, culture, health care, shelter, a quality environment and more.
But the future of the work we do is not at all assured.
We want to do more! We must work together to ensure the continuation of the critical services that make Delaware safe, special and sustainable for future generations.
From March 3rd at 6 p.m. through March 4th at 6 p.m. we’re asking you to do more with us. Please consider giving to Pathways to Success at this year’s Do More 24 Delaware.
Over the next few weeks, we’ll be sharing more about getting involved and what your help creates for the state.
Thank you in advance for your support.
Founder and Executive Director, Pathways to Success