Saint Louis University Community Partner Profile
 
Organization Name: Pathways to Independence
Contact Person: Craig Strohbeck
Address: 200 S. Hanley, Ste. 103
Phone Number: 314-863-0202
Email Address: craig@pathways2independence.com
Website: www.pathways2independence.com
Category: Adult Education/Mental Health and Disabilities
Internships Available?: Yes
Transportation Needed?: No (MetroLink)
 

Mission Statement/Objectives:

 
Pathways to Independence supports, educates, and empowers adults with learning disabilities and associated disorders to obtain the personal growth, enhanced social skills, and greater self-reliance needed for productive employment and meaningful personal relationships. We accomplish our mission through experiential education, employment preparation, recreational programs, community and volunteer activities, and family support programs.
 

Service Opportunities:

 

Event Volunteer: Event supporters attend social events and interact with our clients, in doing so, helping clients to learn socialization patterns and common social etiquette skills. Volunteers often can engage in recreational/leisure events alongside clients.

Office Supporter: Office Supporters will perform light office functions including answering calls, data entry, filing, revise forms and assist staff as needed with various projects that will enhance the overall program.

 
Days/Times:  
Event Volunteer: Tuesday-Friday evenings, 5:30-9pm; Saturdays or Sundays, 11am-3pm.

Office Supporter: Mondays-Fridays, anytime 8:30am-5pm
 

Volunteer Pre-Requisites:

 
- Application
- Background Check (no cost)
- Orientation
 
Directions from SLU: