News & Happenings
From Our Mentors & Youth
Phoenix Business Journal
Our President & CEO, Christy McClendon was one of 25 Valley leaders recognized by the Phoenix Business Journal for her strong leadership, integrity, values, vision, commitment to excellence, and commitment to the community.
Arizona Center for Afterschool Excellence
This award spotlights an organization’s excellence and recognizes programs for meeting the highest standards of quality in the field and demonstrating capacity to meet the needs of children, youth and families in our community.
Diversity Leadership Alliance
A New Pathways mentor, Chip Cardenas, was recognized by the Diversity Leadership Alliance for her powerful leadership in advocating for diversity and inclusion at New Pathways, including advancing mentor trainings to include topics specific to working with LGBTQ youth.
Excellence in Mentoring Award Finalist – 2018
Our Board Chair and mentor, Robin Hilgart, was one of two finalists recognizedfor the National Excellence in Mentoring award. This award is presented annually to individuals and organizations that have made tremendous contributions to young people and the mentoring field.
Our New Home
We are thrilled to announced New Pathways for Youth has secured $500,000 in Federal Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief (ESSER) discretionary funding from the Arizona Department of Education. This funding enables New Pathways to expand our transformational holistic development program to serve more than 1,000 Phoenix students over the next two to three years – growth that will more …
New Pathways for Youth was recently featured on Arizona and Me – MeTv’s show highlighting local Arizona-based organizations. Watch the video below and don’t forget to share with your friends you’d like to introduce to NPFY!
Olivia Lang, a 13-year-old NPFY investor who recently raised over $10,000 for our mission, was recently featured in Frontdoors Media for her generosity. You can read all about it here.