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I had coffee yesterday with a friend whom I hadn’t seen in a while.  Our kids attended Sunday school together, and we had lots to catch up on.  It seems like it’s always hard to believe that almost two years had passed since our last...

This fall, representatives of local community based organizations, Bellevue School District, the City of Bellevue, Bellevue College, United Way of King County and Eastside Pathways began to meet and discuss how we might deepen supports of young people beginning in 4th grade through age 26. Using the...

At the end of September, Susan [Sullivan] and I flew to Milwaukee, Wisconsin to attend the Strive Network 2012 Cradle to Career Network convening. We hadn’t realized when we scheduled the trip that our visit would follow only five days after Seattle’s controversial win over...

It’s not about success, it’s about significance. That is how one Microsoft alumnae described his efforts to make the world a better place. Earlier this month on October 1, about 600 former Microsoft employees gathered on the Microsoft campus for the Microsoft Alumni Foundation’s fourth...

Enable every child in Bellevue to achieve a productive, fulfilling life. This is the bold vision of Eastside Pathways. Visions are meant to be a stretch, right? This is definitely a stretch, but we strongly believe it’s a real possibility. This is the bold vision of Eastside Pathways....

“…Eastside Pathways will have our school district’s support and we’ll be together shoulder to shoulder to make this happen for children. Because really that is what matters, there is nothing, there is nothing more important to any community than educating its children…”  -Dr. Tim Mills Earlier this...

The Eastside Pathways community launch at the June 23-24 Bellevue Strawberry Festival was a success! Over 400 children, youth and families participated in the scavenger hunt activity visiting the four areas of the EP booth (EP/Community Engagement, Early Learning, Youth Programs, Let’s Read) as well as...

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