Pathways to Education’s innovative, community-based programs help communities across Canada reach their full potential through academic achievement, high school graduation, and post-secondary opportunities.
Pathways to Education partners with well-established local organizations who deliver programming directly to students in the community using the Pathways to Education model for academic, financial, social, and one-on-one support.
In Winnipeg, Pathways to Education partners with the Community Education Development Association (CEDA). CEDA Pathways to Education provides students in the Lord Selkirk Park, William Whyte, Dufferin, and North Point Douglas neighbourhoods with dynamic and progressive programming that reflects our community’s current needs.
One of the most important pillars of the CEDA Pathways to Education program is Mentorship. Not only do we encourage students to learn and grow from the leadership of family, staff, and community members, we also encourage them to learn from one another. ...Read More
All students in grade 8 to 12, living in the geographic catchment area are eligible to enroll in the Pathways program, regardless of their academic performance or economic circumstance.
Students can enrol as early as Grade 8 and remain in the program until the end of Grade 12. Students may also join the program in any high school grade where applicable. There is no cost to students to join the Pathways to Education Program.