Vice President of Pathways to College Issues Statement in Celebration of the Life of Newark Advisory Board Member Wilhelmina Holder

Pathways to College Vice President for Advancement Virgil Ecton has issued the following statement in celebration of the life of Pathways’ Newark Advisory Board Member Wilhelmina Holder: “We are heartbroken to hear of the passing of Mrs. Wilhelmina Holder, and…

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Jalen: Growing as a leader
Scholar Ambassador

“I feel like I have a chance now to help Scholars reach their goal of going to college.” 

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Santiago: Seizing a new responsibility
Scholar Ambassador

When Pathways to College recently selected him to join seven of his peers as a paid Scholar Ambassador, it represented, in one way, the 16-year-old junior’s journey from a shy, unassuming student into a leader.

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Eight High School Students Amplify the Impact of Pathways to College in New Student Leadership Role

Pathways to College has named eight Scholar Ambassadors, an inaugural group of high school Pathways Scholars selected for a hands-on, paid leadership opportunity that extends their training in college and career preparation with a focus on communication and teamwork. Additional…

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Nurturing Family Connections at Newark’s Movie Day
Our Scholar Ambassadors pitched a winning idea with Movie Day! About 80 Scholars and their teachers enjoyed "The Batman" at Newark's CityPlex 12. We'll introduce our Scholar Ambassadors soon. They are Scholars selected for a paid student leadership opportunity and...
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Chair of Newark Advisory Board for Pathways to College Named President of Turrell Fund
Evan L. Delgado, chair of the Newark Advisory Board for Pathways to College, has been named president of the Turrell Fund, with specific responsibility for programs and planning across the Fund’s catchment. The Fund makes grants in the counties of...
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Ahdriana: Practical guidance to support her career quest
National Scholars Program

She was elated that after she was accepted as a Pathways National Scholar, a Pathways teacher recruited a nurse to be a guest speaker in a class session.

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Isaac: A global reach far beyond his students and siblings

Elevating students to a position in which they can compete on a level playing field is what’s currently driving Isaac, who, beginning in 7th grade, taught himself computer programming, after his family couldn’t afford to pay to fix his game console.

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Taneeyah: 9th grade makes all the difference
National Scholars Program

Some adults outside Pathways say that 9th grade isn’t as important for college admissions as other academic years. But Taneeyah didn’t listen. Instead, she heeded the opposite advice from her Pathways teachers.

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Pathways to College Celebrates First Anniversary of National Scholars Program

Fully virtual after-school program broadens student access to proven Pathways to College curriculum Pathways to College is celebrating the first anniversary of its National Scholars Program, a fully virtual after-school program that prepares African American and other high school students…

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