“The Fellowship has given me the time, space, resources, and guidance for a huge personal and professional learning experience.”
The Pathy Foundation Fellowship provides community-focused experiential learning opportunities for exceptional young leaders to become active and effective change-makers. Graduating students from five partner universities – St. Francis Xavier University, McGill University, Queen’s University, Bishop’s University, and University of Ottawa – have the opportunity to work closely with communities to foster sustainable and positive social change locally, nationally, or internationally.
Fellows are provided comprehensive training at Coady International Institute, dedicated ongoing support, and up to $40,000 in funding to implement a community project.
Pathy Fellows have been creating meaningful change through community partnership since 2015 in a range of focus areas such as: revitalizing Mi’kmaq culture, solutions for chronic homelessness, educational reform, inclusion for people with disabilities, improving livelihoods through social enterprise, climate justice, supports for newcomers and refugees, women’s and gender-related health, and more.
If you are a graduating student of StFX, McGill, Queen’s, Bishop’s, or UOttawa, are 29 years of age or under, and are a Canadian citizen or permanent resident, you may be eligible to apply.