Employer FAQ’s

PATH offers employers access to their most valuable need; people. PATH is closing the skills gap often encountered when hiring through workforce development. Our students receive workforce education and training which provides them with the skills and training necessary to be ready to enter the workforce. Below you will find a list of frequently asked questions to help you decide if PATH is the partner for you.


Who are PATH students?

PATH is for students of all ages and backgrounds. PATH specifically targets individuals who lost their job overseas, the unemployed or underemployed, veterans, workforce entrants or re-entrants and those in need of improved and enhanced skills. PATH students are dedicated, mature individuals who are serious about their education and career. They are often individuals who work a full-time job during the week, and attend class at night additionally.


How can PATH help my company?

PATH has enrolled over 750 students to date. Those 750 students are ready to work for your company, and immediately impact your productivity. Students are trained in industry best practices, and on state-of-the-art equipment. During their time in the PATH program, students learn soft skills that are so vital to your company, and learn the skills of their selected field from industry professionals who are in tune with your company’s needs. PATH offers a vital asset to companies, with a continuous pipeline of trained, motivated employees to fit your hiring needs.


How can I get involved with PATH?

There are a number of ways companies can get involved with PATH. From equipment donation to curriculum development input, PATH’s goal is to listen to our regional workforce, and adapt to its every changing needs. Our PATH partners are local companies with a vested interest in growing our economy through workforce development and education. For more information, please call 610-861-5491 today.


How is PATH different than other training providers?

PATH’s sole focus is our local economy. That means we develop curriculum to meet the needs of local employers, and provide workforce development to prepare local students to enter the workforce ready to contribute. We listen to your needs and form strategic partnerships with local businesses to ensure we are meeting the needs of our ever growing workforce. We are working every day to close the skills gaps that companies often face when seeking new employees by training our students on the equipment they will use in the workplace, and the best practices needed to enter the workforce. We provide career coaching, resume and interview assistance, academic advising and more.

For more information, please contact:

Mike Salute, PATH Executive Director, 610.861.5490

Marco Anglesio, Assistant Director, 610.332.6328