P.A.T.H. Foster Youth Program

Partnering, Assisting & Transforming for Higher Education

White text on a blue background: P.A.T.H. Foster Youth Program. Northeast Lakeview College, Northwest Vista College, Palo Alto College, St. Philip's College, San Antonio College

 

Fostering Educational Success & Alamo Colleges LogoThe P.A.T.H. Foster Youth Program is a support system to put foster and adopted youth on a path to succeed in college. Located within Student Advocacy Centers, the program is available at all five of the Alamo Colleges.

  • Student Care Advocates provide support and guidance to current and former foster and adopted youth.
  • Certified advisors help foster and adopted youth with continued academic support and goal-setting throughout their time at the Alamo Colleges.
  • Eligible foster students can receive referrals to services provided through the Alamo Colleges and by community partners.

 

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Services Offered

 

 

 

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Food Pantry

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Housing Assistance

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Child Care Assistance

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Clothes Closet

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Emergency Funding

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DFPS Benefits

 

 

 

 

P.A.T.H. Foster Youth Program Inquiry Form

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Get Connected.

We want to help students achieve their goals.  Submitting an inquiry can get students connected to someone that can help them.

Submit an Inquiry

 

If enrolled or interested in joining the P.A.T.H. Program please contact:

NORTHEAST LAKEVIEW COLLEGE

Michael De La Cruz
mdelacruz34@alamo.edu


Visit the NLC Advocacy Center

NORTHWEST VISTA COLLEGE

Baldemar Garcia
bgarcia636@alamo.edu


Visit the NVC Advocacy Center

PALO ALTO COLLEGE

Michael De La Cruz
mdelacruz34@alamo.edu


Visit the PAC Advocacy Center

ST. PHILIP’S COLLEGE

Michael De La Cruz
mdelacruz34@alamo.edu


Visit the SPC Advocacy Center

SAN ANTONIO COLLEGE

Cassie Jaquez
cjaquez6@alamo.edu


Visit the SAC Advocacy Center

DISTRICT OFFICE

Veronica Espinoza
vespinoza62@alamo.edu

Nathalie Riojas
nriojas6@alamo.edu


Learn More About the Advocacy Centers  


The Alamo Colleges do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, genetic information or sexual orientation with respect to access, employment programs, or services.

For inquiries or complaints concerning these matters, visit www.alamo.edu/eeo/. To request this document in an alternate format, contact your college disability services office.