Pathways to Work

Pathways to Work equips individuals with skills and credentials that lead to better paying jobs. This partnership of funders, employers and training providers offers hardworking individuals the training needed to progress to middle-skills jobs—those that require a high-school diploma and some training or college but not a four-year degree—in the high demand sectors of information technology and healthcare.

Results & Impact

Since 2015:


911

people completed training


577

workers were placed in jobs


73

employers received skilled employees

Our Advocacy Work

Dallas County needs more early education teachers and Collin County has a shortage of nurses. So we successfully advocated for legislation that allowed our local community colleges to provide degrees in areas of high workforce need. Learn more about our advocacy work and how you can get involved.

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Pathways to Work enjoys the support of these signature partners:
United Way of Metropolitan Dallas • JPMorgan Chase & Co. • National Fund for Workforce Solutions • PurePoint Financial • Holloway Family Foundation • Capital One • Communities Foundation of Texas