The purpose of our programs is to offer the disadvantaged, underemployed and at-risk youth and families in our community resources that promote self-sufficiency and bridge the "digital divide". Pathway offers a variety of programs including but not limited to workforce development, affordable housing units, computer technology training, financial literacy and family strengthening skills with life transforming results.
Through this development and training, these individuals become competent and proficient with job readiness, writing resumes and employment applications, preparation and organization skills, the interviewing process, professional dress/etiquette and much more.
These positive training workshops help unemployed adults gain confidence, encouragement and necessary skills to enter the workforce as a learned professional with strong work ethic, discipline and leadership skills.
This program targets at risk youth who have never been employed or under employed. This summer program provides valuable employable skills and employment training that will assist youth in obtaining gainful employment and job retention when they enter the workforce.
Training tools include resume writing, interviewing, business dress/etiquette, socialization skills, financial literacy, critical thinking and problem solving skills, time/resource allocation and business basics.
The Training Youth for Success Program teaches young adults the skills necessary to enter into the workforce as competitors in today's job market.
Pathway assumed responsibility for 150 housing units in 2010 to be able to offer families affordable housing with commitments to expand the program to add additional housing and a sustainable revenue stream for the organization.
Pathway hosts a fully equipped technology center with free computer use and Internet access.
Pathway also provides year-round computer training classes for residents ages 13 and up. The lab can be utilized by residents and clients for job searching, personal use, professional needs and web research.
Crime prevention is foundational for many of our programs.
The Community Crime Prevention Grant supports community efforts that have the potential of preventing retaliation or reducing crime in high crime focused areas as identified by IMPD. Pathway Resources Center, Inc. provides the type of programs most likely to prevent crime and effectively intervene in the lives of those at risk of criminal behavior.
Pathway Also Offers
- Emergency Referral Services (Housing, Utilities, Food, Clothing & Health)
- Family Strengthening Programs
- Crime Prevention Programs
- Business Services (printing, copying, faxing, resource assistance referrals)
- Life Skills Training
- Evidence Based Programs
- Community Engagement Activities
- Supportive Housing Services
- After School Programs
- Summer Lunch Programs
- Financial Literacy Education & Training
- Holiday Assistance Program On-Site Registration
- Indy My Brother's Keeper