Only 3 participants (two girls, one boy) have created a pregnancy in our 25-year history, and 0 pregnancies have occurred since 2006.
100% of participants who stay with the program graduate high school.
91% of Pathways/Senderos graduates continue to some form of higher education/advanced vocational skills training.
31% of participants who have gone on to higher education have graduated or received a certification
Pathways/Senderos received a certificate of recognition from America's Promise Alliance for providing thefive Promises to our youth access to caring adults, safe places, a healthy start, an adequate 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
June 2009: Hosted Regional Conference on Teen Pregnancy Prevention with The National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy.
May 2007: As an expert, participated in a national roundtable on immigrant children for Child Trends.
November 2006: presented with Yale University, School of Medicine at the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Clinical Scholars Program National Annual Conference:
April 2005: GNBTPP selected as Organization of the Year by New Britain Commission On Youth Services
March 2005: Selected as a programming expert to participate on a panel conference call with the National Campaign.
January 2005 & 2007: two Pathways participants were selected for the National Campaign Youth Leadership Team.
November 2003: Governor Rowland Proclaims 11/15/03 as Pathways/Senderos Day in the State of Connecticut to commemorate our 10th anniversary
June 2002: selected as an expert panelist to present to a select group of national leaders at the National Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy-Emerging Answers Roundtable Discussion, Washington, D.C.
March 2002: participated in the Center for Law and Social Policy National Roundtable, Washington, D.C.
April 1997: received an award from Central Connecticut State University, Congress of Latin American Students
December 1996-February 1997: acknowledged as one of nine finalists among over 200 programs nationwide to receive a $25,000 award for exemplary model programs by the National Organization on Adolescent Pregnancy, Parenting, and Prevention, funded by Johnson & Johnson Corp.
January 1996: One of four programs invited to consult with President Clinton at the White House and accompany him to the press conference at which he announced the National Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy.
May 1995: One of eight programs invited to consult with the Center for Disease Control on strategies for teen pregnancy prevention programs.