SEVEN PATHS

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Recognizing the enormity of the challenges our society faces, Pathways Community Development Corporation is dedicated to making a lasting impact through our campaigns and programs. While our efforts are driven by our organization’s singular focus, we spread a wide net by investing in a variety of progressive strategies. Learn more about our initiatives and get involved yourself.

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FLIP

FLiP (Financial Literacy Path) focuses on teaching the basic components of financial stewardship and sound investing.  Courses on banking, credit, budgeting, identity protection, insurance and financial planning are available to all age groups.

Open For Business

ENDEV


Through EnDev (Entrepreneurial Development Path), we provide coaching, training, and resources to individuals with a desire to start or expand a small business in their home, communities or online.  Courses are offered on business planning, marketing, financial statement preparation and analysis, tax and payroll issues.  Workforce preparedness for adults is also addressed within the EnDev path.

Unlocking the Door

HOEP

HOEP (Home Ownership Education Path) offers programs designed to increase homeownership among low- to moderate- income families with courses offered on the home buying process, home maintenance, consumer rights and consumer responsibilities.


Professionals, such as attorneys, realtors, mortgage originators, home inspectors, and insurance agents present information on major areas that impact buying and maintaining a home.  

In the Classroom

E2E

E2E (Educate To Elevate) is a youth centered path that covers a vast number of areas impacting young people.  Technology training, citizenship, workforce preparedness, entrepreneurship, college preparation/alternatives, sex/sexuality, physical and drug abuse prevention and parenting are a number of educational opportunities offered on the E2E path.  E2E also offers transition support to youth exiting foster care and/or criminal justice systems inside or outside of a group home setting.

Happy Family

WIP

WIP (Women's Initiatives Path) concentrates on the needs and concerns of women in the areas of women's health, domestic violence education, work/life balancing, child care and single parenting.

Elder woman and her caretaker

ECAP

The needs of elder citizens in the service area are addressed with the ECAP (Elder Citizens Assistance Path).  Transportation, nutrition and fitness, cleaning services, elder day care and socialization are the main thrusts of programs that fall within ECAP.

Hatha Class

HEAP

HeAP (Health Awareness Path) programs are aimed at improving the heath of the community through education and awareness.  A major focus is on sicknesses and diseases that are most rampant in the service areas. Mental health awareness and resources are also available through HeAP.