If you’re considering an online program, Kelly-Kay would tell you that you won’t have to go through the process alone. Our team of Navigators can help select the best program to build on the skills you have and develop the skills you need to get where you want to be.
For Kelly-Kay, dedication is the difference-maker when it comes to reaching your goals. She advises students to stay focused and vigilant on their objectives and seek out assistance when they need it. To be successful, you’ll want to take advantage of the resources available to you, like Navigators, along with your institution’s student support team, professors, and network of fellow students.
When it comes to making life-changing decisions, it helps to have someone you trust supporting you along the way. You can count on our team of education experts to be exactly that during this pivotal moment.
Navigators like Kelly-Kay are ready to point you in the right direction. They’re passionate about developing personal connections with learners like you and are committed to matching you with the best online program based on your personal and professional goals.
Think of Navigators as your personal cheerleaders in the world of online education. Not only can they help you explore your options, but they’ll also work with you to create a game plan and keep you on track.
They’ve got you covered when you want to talk about program details like curriculum and admission requirements, and can even reach out if you qualify for a university’s tuition discount program. If you have questions or need advice, they’re a text, email, or phone call away.
From Kelly Kay’s perspective, working with a Navigator tops the list of ways Pathways can help you find your next opportunity to upskill and reskill.
…[H]aving a Navigator work with [you] I would say, is the best asset… [A] real person to ask questions and facilitate [conversations] when needed in the application process.
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Meet some of our other Navigators, Kijuana and Ysaac.