Pathways to Opportunity focuses on finding a balance between vocational and quality of life activities that meet the needs of each participant. Cosmo promotes skill development and independence through this smaller group setting. These participants enjoy a number of community-based outings.
When a company has needs assembly of a hinge or packaging of their product, they often contract with Cosmo to provide this service. We call this Cosmo-sourcing and our entire Contracts Division is dedicated to serving companies and organizations in Saskatoon and area.
When participants in Pathways engage in vocational activities, it is usually not under a contract. We look for activities which bring variety and novelty to our participants.
It is Pathways where all of the signs from the last election were taken apart and the various pieces either recycled or reused. Our participants really enjoyed this activity and it provided the city with a much needed service in getting the signs off the streets in record time.
The Mayor’s Mulligans
When Mayor Atchison dredged 12,000 golf balls out of various water hazards last fall, he needed have them cleaned. The participants in Pathways for Opportunity are cleaning them for the Mayor and these golf balls will be the source of a major