After graduation from the Pathways to Success program, youth are partnered with a Mentor and a Success Coach for the following year.
The Mentor and Success Coach together provide continued encouragement, advice, advocacy, accountability, and support to both the youth and parent/guardian.
The 1625 Initiative - Youth Detention Center Outreach
Twice a month, trained teams of coaches meet with youth inside Juvenile Detention Centers to hold workshops based on the Pathways to Success curriculum.
Coaches seek to give youth hope for opportunities after they are released and reintegrate back into society.
Parenting on Purpose
Workshops designed specifically to support and equip parents/guardians.
In addition to resources on parenting, communication, and emotional health, the parents/guardians are informed about what their child is learning, empowering them to reinforce these skills at home with the youth.
Throughout the school year, teams of trained facilitators work within the schools to deliver content and modules based on the Pathways to Success Program curriculum.