The Pathways to Education Program™ provides a comprehensive set of academic, financial, social, and one-on-one supports to youth. The results of this unique Program have been groundbreaking, increasing high school graduation rates by an average of 85 per cent in all Pathways communities.
The Pathways Program is at no cost to the participants. If you would like to join the Pathways Program and are currently enrolled in Grades 9 – 10, you or your parent/guardian can contact Petra Hanson (email@example.com) or Roger Romero (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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Girls Inc. Smart Start is a life changing program that helps young women set and reach goals for financial self-sufficiency. Over 22-weeks participants are paid a training allowance and earn wages while they gain work experience and make important decisions about the future. Click here for more
Better Beginnings for Kingston Children (BBKC) offers programs and supports for families with children from 0-5 years living in Kingston. Programs include prenatal education and support, parent wellness programs, individual family support, parent-child groups, early learning play groups, parenting programs, and school readiness programs. Click here for more
Kingston Literacy & Skills- The best way to predict your future is to create it, and Kingston Literacy and Skills (KL&S) will be there for you every step of the way. A non-profit community organization composed of professional staff and devoted volunteers, KL&S delivers literacy upgrading and workforce preparation programming to adults and families in Kingston and its surrounding communities. We have a full slate of programs including general literacy, english as a second language, and much more, click here for our full programs list.
Centre Culturel Frontenac- Our French Library has a wide range of fiction and non-fiction in french, as well as French films, television series and music for the modest donation of $2 a rental in order to help us keep our selection up to date. Situated in the Centre Culturel Frontenac, the Centre de Ressources Lucienne-Blanchard is open from Monday to Friday from 9 AM to 4:30 PM. Click here for more.
Learning Disabilities Association of Kingston provides leadership in learning disabilities advocacy, research, education and services, and to advance the full participation of children, youth and adults with learning disabilities in today's society.
All workshops, unless otherwise specified, are free. Click here for more information and full ist of workshops and events.
One Roof, Kingston Youth Services Hub has a Student Success Teacher on site multiple days of the week from Katarokwi Learning Centre. Click here to access their full list of supports and hours.