Bowling Green residents will get a helpful hand in creating a better pathway to life, thanks to the new PathStone, which launched in April to help young adults with a guiding hand. “We received a million dollar grant from the Department of Labor to help Bowling Green residents ages 14-24 with education, training, employment, and mentoring/life skills,” says
Nicolle Schroeder, regional administrator. Bowling Green residents can also benefit from tutoring, training, career preparation and supportive services. PathStone is currently looking for volunteers age 18 and older to become program mentors.
PathStone Corporation | 143 S. Main St. | 419-308-3812
For more information, pathstone.org.