Pathways for Children

Pathways for Children


Community & Civic Organizations

About Us

Pathways' services began in 1967 with the founding of our Head Start preschool classrooms on Cape Ann, and we have continued growing and adapting since that time in order to meet the changing needs of our communities.

With educational programming for children from birth to 13, robust social support services for families throughout Essex County, and professional development initiatives designed to inspire the next generation of teachers and youth/family services workers, Pathways is helping children and families thrive.

Pathways nurtures children and supports families impacted by economic and social inequity through programs that educate, enrich, empower and motivate.


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Infant Toddler Teacher
Category: Education
Teachers who love teaching, teach children to love learning.  Do you have a passion for teaching and want to make a lasting impact on your community?   If you do, then we may have the perfect opportunity here for you at Pathways as an Infant Toddler Teacher.  Our ideal candidate will have had experience with children in this age group and have completed EEC Infant Toddler Teacher Certification. more
Contact: Renee R
Phone:(978) 281-2400
Fax:(978) 281-7053


YAR Annual Conference 2024
YAR Annual Conference 2024
  • The YAR (Youth at Risk) Conference will be held on Wednesday, May 22, 2024, at Endicott College.
  • Wednesday May 22, 2024

Rep/Contact Info

Jean Hennessey
Communications Manager
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Mr. Eric Mitchell
President and CEO
Laura O'Neill
Director of Development
Laura O?Neill
Director of Development
Renee Retzlaff
Human Resources Recruiter
Carol Sweet
Executive Assistant