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Historic Hotel Tour at the Wing Luke Museum

Founded in 1967, Wing Luke Museum is a culture-imbued place where Asian-American history is retold through art and informative exhibits. On Sunday 11/10, Pathway members took the opportunity to visit the history center and soak up the rich viewpoints it had to offer. The Historic Hotel Tour showed the layered stories immigrants had lived. Interns […]

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Interns Learn About Blood Donations at Bloodworks

On Sunday, 12/22/19 at 10 AM, interns and parents from the Pathway Foundation participated in a tour at the Bloodworks Northwest Seattle Central Donor Center. The tour was organized with help from Bloodworks staff Dr. Wu, Jackie, and Lisa. First, we listened to a quick presentation from Jackie about the history and basic information about […]

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Outreach Team Works With Children on Global Goals

On November 2nd, the Global Goals outreach project attended the 2019 CIE Conference. This conference is centered around a math and science competition for young scholars in elementary and middle school, but the Outreach Project attended for a different purpose. The team set up and manned a booth dedicated to the Sustainable Development Goals, which are […]

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CIE Annual Conference 2019

On September 15, interns had the chance to attend the CIE conference. There, project and club leaders introduced the Mayoral Internship and held a panel to answer questions. First, we got a brief introduction from Edwin Ong, the previous leader of the Pathway Foundation. New student leader Kristin Yao offered pieces of wisdom for new […]

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Pathway Foundation Annual Conference 2019: Road to College and Beyond

On August 2, the Mayoral Internship interns attended the Pathway Foundation Annual Conference 2019: Road to College and Beyond. This three-and-a-half-hour conference tackled topics such as the Chinese American identify, equity and college. It featured prominent speakers such as White House speechwriter and policy adviser for President Bill Clinton, Eric Liu, as well as the […]

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Mayoral Internship New Civic Clubs

On August 25, the Mayoral Internship’s civic clubs presented the products of months of work and determination finally brought to fruition. Each club has different plans for their future— the leaders are sailing through uncharted territory in new seas, and they do it with courage.  The first club presentation was from Bellevue High School. Their […]

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Interns Work Together to Plan Pathway Annual Conference

For the past couple of months, the interns, with the help of advisors and parents, have been working hard on the Pathway Foundation Annual Conference 2019: Road to College and Beyond. Beyond marketing, we also discussed logistics and created an agenda for the event.  Leading the planning committee are Edwin Ong, our graduating internship head, […]

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Interns Clean Up the International District

  On Saturday, 4/28, the PATH Outreach Project participated in the 21st International District cleanup hosted by the Chinatown International District Development and Preservation Organization. Interns formed groups with Seattle Troop 15 from the Scouts, and arrived at 9:00 AM ready to clean windows. They were paired up with Amazon employees to wash all the […]

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