Newark (New Jersey) Student Awarded National Writing Prize
Annual Pathways to College literary magazine highlights creativity of 29 young writers and artists Pathways to College has named Samuel Aristich of Central High School (Newark, NJ) as the winner in the nonprofit after-school program’s 2024 issue of its annual...
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Meeting HBCUs Close to Home
New Jersey Scholars from Pathways to College enjoyed this year’s Invesco QQQ Legacy Classic at Prudential Center in Newark. The annual event features a basketball double-header with teams from historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs), as well as scholastic, entrepreneurial,...
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Pathways to College: Expanding the College Pipeline for More Than 20 Years
“Pathways helped me get to the leadership positions I’m in today.” --Saul, Pathways Class of 2008 Pathways to College is celebrating its 20th anniversary as a nonprofit after-school program that prepares overlooked students of color in under-served communities for success in...
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Pathways Scholars in Newark (New Jersey) Network with Corporate Executives
Pathways to College Scholars from East Side High School in Newark, NJ, spent a day networking with Novartis executives during the company's 24th Multicultural Teen Corporate Mentoring Program. The students discussed career options and expectations with Novartis staff members, and...
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Watch: Pathways to College Opens the Door to Opportunity
All school year, Pathways teachers are coached to inspire and encourage Scholars toward preparation for success in college and in life. While this mentoring and skill-building typically takes place close to home, we all look forward to our College and...
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Foundation Marks 16th Year of Investment in Pathways to College in Newark (NJ) with $15,000 Grant
Pathways to College has been awarded a grant worth $15,000 from the Novartis US Foundation for its work to affect health outcomes through higher education in Newark, New Jersey. The foundation has supported Pathways for 16 years. “In the Novartis...
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10 Students in Newark (New Jersey) and Pine Bluff (Arkansas) Earn National Awards for Excellence in Art and Writing
Literary magazine highlights the creativity of 29 youth writers and artists of color Pathways to College has named 10 public school students in Newark (NJ) and Pine Bluff (AR) as the winners and honorable mentions for the nonprofit after-school program’s...
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Turrell Fund Awards $40,000 to Pathways to College
Pathways to College has been awarded a $40,000 grant from the Turrell Fund, accumulating an unparelleled 20 consecutive years of the Fund’s investment in the youth of New Jersey through after-school mentoring and skills-building. The grant supports the work of...
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Clara Elizabeth Jackson Carter Foundation Awards $40,000 to Pathways to College
Generous donation helps youth-focused nonprofit exceed matching challenge  Pathways to College has been awarded a $40,000 grant from the Clara Elizabeth Jackson Carter Foundation. The gift was pivotal in helping Pathways exceed a matching challenge from the Oprah Winfrey Charitable...
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Giving Unites Community to Transform Lives Through Pathways to College Despite Pandemic
Youth-serving organization exceeds $2 million matching challenge from Oprah Winfrey Charitable Foundation Pathways to College has reached its goal of exceeding $2 million to maximize a matching challenge grant from the Oprah Winfrey Charitable Foundation. From 2020 through 2022, generous...
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