We CAN Offers Life-Energizing Pathmakers Mentoring Progam for Women

Ten month journey of growth toward positive change...

WE CAN, Women’s Empowerment through Cape Area Networking, an organization dedicated to helping Cape Cod women achieve lasting positive change for themselves and their families, today announced they will once again offer their PathMakers program in both Falmouth and Harwich.

PathMakers is a ten-month experience in which committed individuals work with a mentor to create a new life vision for themselves and turn it into a reality.  PathMakers is a diverse group of women who work to enrich one another’s experiences while on their own journey of growth toward positive change.

Whether motivated to begin such a journey yourself or if you desire to walk with another woman on her path of self-discovery, WE CAN has a place waiting in the PathMakers Mentoring Program. The program is offered in both Harwich and Falmouth and begins with Cape-wide information sessions for both potential mentors and mentees.

One past PathMaker said, “My Mentor has been my rock.  She’s always there to encourage and support me and give me the boost of confidence to believe that anything is possible.

"As my PathMaker tried new things, she grew in confidence,” commented a mentor.  “Along the way, she found her voice.  It was always there - all she needed was a trusted mentor who listened!" 

Information Sessions will explain the PathMakers program in detail and how to apply. The following is the schedule of info sessions.  Attend any session for either Falmouth or Harwich program.

Call WE CAN Now to Register for Info Session: 508-430-8111

  • Wednesday, May 15th—Falmouth Public Library 300 Main Street, Falmouth - 5:30 to 7 pm
  • Thursday, May 23rd—Harwich Community Center 100 Oak Street, Harwich—5:30 to 7 pm
  • Wednesday, May 29th—Barnstable Council on Aging 825 Falmouth Road, Hyannis—5:30 to 7 pm
  • Thursday, May 30th—WE CAN, Sullivan Conference Room 783 Route 28, Harwich Port—5:30 to 7 pm
  • Tuesday, June 11th—The Mashpee Public Library - 5:15 -6:45pm

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