|The National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy
May 2007: Child Trends: as an expert, GNBTPP participates with
national round-table on immigrant children
November 2006: Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Clinical Scholars
Program National Annual Conference:
GNBTPP presented withYale University, School of Medicine
April 2005: GNBTPP selected as Organization of the Year by
New Britain Commission On Youth Services
March 2005: National Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy:
GNBTPP selected as program expert to participate on
a 3 person panel national conference call
January 2005: National Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy
Youth Leadership Team: GNBTPP participant
selected for an 18-month term
November 2003: Governor Rowland Proclaims 11/15/03 as
Pathways/Senderos Day in the State of Connecticut
to commemorate their 10th anniversary
June 2002: National Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy- Emerging Answers
Roundtable Discussion, Washington, D.C.: GNBTPP, as an expert panelist,
presents to a select group of national leaders
March 2002: Center for Law and Social Policy National
Roundtable, Washington, D.C.
November 2001: U.S. House of Representatives, Ways and Means
Sub-Committee on Human Resources
April 1998: National Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy,
Snapshots from the Front Line II
April 1997: National Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy, Site Visit
April 1997: Award from Central Connecticut State University,
Congress of Latin American Students
March 1997: American Pubic Welfare Association, Washington, D.C.
December 1996-February 1997: National Organization on Adolescent
Pregnancy, Parenting and Prevention: GNBTPP acknowledged
as one of nine finalists among over 200 programs nationwide to
receive a $25,000 award for exemplary model programs
funded by Johnson & Johnson Corp.
January 1996: White House, Oval Office: One of four programs
invited to consult with President Clinton and accompany him
to the press conference at which he announced the
National Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy
May 1995: Centers for Disease Control: One of eight programs
invited to consult with the CDC on strategies for
teen pregnancy prevention programs
Only 3 participants (2 girls, 1 boy) have created a pregnancy in our 22 year history,
and 0 pregnancies have occurred since 2006.
95% of Pathways/Senderos graduates are currently employed.
77% of Pathways/Senderos graduates continue on to some form of higher
education/advanced vocational skills training.
One graduate is currently serving in the Marines.
27% of participants who have gone on to higher education have graduated
or received a certification
5% of our graduates have earned their Master's or Ph.D
Pathways/Senderos recently received a certificate of recognition from
America's Promise Alliance for providing the 5 Promises to our youth:
access to caring adults, safe places, a healthy start, an effective education,
and opportunities to help others
Six Pathways/Senderos students have received the Youth of the Year Award from
The New Britain Commission on Youth Services.
|Awards & Recognition