PathWays Education & Job Training for Women



Are you looking to go back to school? 

Do you need help with skills to find a good job?

Then the PathWays program is for you!

PathWays is a six-week / 90-hour program that teaches women the skills necessary to find and keep a job including computer skills, resume building, interview skills, budgeting and time management. The program also includes a Bible study and field trips to various businesses to learn about different industries. 

If going back to school is your goal, our PathWays mentors can help you find the right resources and options to continue your education.

The program is hosted two times per year and there are ten spots in each session. People interested in participating can sign up with Ana Alvarado, programs manager, and then interview with Adair Neely, programs and operations director. Please call 214-638-2196 to get more info.

The PathWays program was started in 2003 and has worked with 212 neighbors since its inception. Approximately 72% of neighbors who go through the program find new jobs and/or continue their education after graduating from the program. Women who have graduated from the program have a high success rate of securing jobs and continuing their education. We hope you will take advantage of this great empowerment program!