On March 23rd, 2018, Pathway Resource Center, Inc. (Pathway) hosted its annual Indy MBK Job & Resource Fair for youth ages 16-24 at Light of the World Christian Church.
Everyone plays a role in ensuring that our youth have equal access to opportunity. In order to develop holistic support systems and improve life outcomes of disadvantaged an at-risk youth in our community Pathway has partnered with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), Flaherty & Collins Properties, ODA Enterprises, INC., Amber Woods Apartments, and the Honorable Mayor Joseph Hogsett. Together we will provide our city’s under served and at-risk youth (male and female, all ethnicities, ages 16-24) with resources, tools and career opportunities to assist them with success in entering the workforce with wages that allow them to support themselves and their families.
Additional partners include: Employ Indy, Greater Indianapolis Progress Committee (GIPC), Kelley and Ware Enterprises LLC, Turning Point Family Worship Center, Light of the World Christian Church and City-Councilor La Keisha Jackson.
This group along with a host of other resource agencies plan to unite business, nonprofit, government, community, youth, and other influencers to support tomorrow’s leaders.
Pathway will be hosting an event in partnership with the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department on Wednesday, March 21st from 12:00pm- 5:00pm for youth ages 10-16 at the Pathway Resource Center, Inc. (10119 John Marshall Drive, Indianapolis, IN 46235).
The FREE event is part of the commitment to crime prevention through Pathway Resource Center, Inc. funders. Participants must register (along with help from parents/guardians) by calling or visiting Pathway at 317-890-9817. Transportation is provided and admission includes skate rental.
Pathway Resource Center, Inc. believes that community engagement is an invaluable step towards identifying and supporting the needs of the residents we serve. Community events are a fun way to encourage safe play for youth, family interaction in the community, and to discuss barriers and provide resources to disadvantaged and underserved populations. With the help of corportate sponsors Pathway plans to take 50 residents to King’s Island on Saturday, June 23, 2018.