Scott Named Administrator for PTS Program

With the expansion of the Pathways to Success, Inc. program to Milford High School this coming Fall, Domineque Scott has joined the team as Program Administrator. A Milton, Delaware native and a 2004 graduate of Cape Henlopen High School, Dominique brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to this position.

“We are so pleased that Domineque has joined our team. She brings to the table a wealth of people skills. Her wonderful abilities as a coach on the field and getting the best from students she works with athletically will translate superbly to the classroom, coaching our Milford High School students to be the best they can be in school and in life,” stated Fay Blake, Pathways to Success, Inc. Executive Director.

Pathways to Success mission is to prepare youth, adults, and their families for successful lives. The organization utilizes innovative and creative approaches in mentoring and education to help individuals develop to be healthy, productive, contributing and responsible citizens. Working in service to the at-risk communities, the program offers hope through education and information, creating positive systemic change through empowerment.

“I am looking forward to meeting the kids and pushing them to their highest potential by giving them the academic support, love, and daily life skills in order for them to succeed in life,” said Scott. 

In 2008, Scott graduated from East Stroudsburg University with an undergraduate and graduate degree in Sport Management. In 2010, she assumed the position of Assistant to the Athletic Director and Assistant Field Hockey Coach at Washington and Jefferson College. After two years she continued her coaching career at Washington and Lee University where she remained for two seasons before deciding to leave for her journey to South Africa through the non-profit organization United Through Sport.

Domineque assumed the position of Volunteer Coordinator for the entire volunteer program which consisted of 200 international volunteers. This experience allowed her to open her eyes to community outreach and volunteerism and the impact it had in under-served communities by using the power of sport to improve education and life skills.

In 2016, Domineque returned to Delaware and assumed the position of Executive Director of United Through Sport USA. Her primary role is recruiting college students for abroad internships at United Through Sport Locations in South Africa, Thailand, Argentina and St Lucia. Two fundraisers have been held to benefit under-served youth to give them more opportunities through sport. They are United Through Hockey for Change Tournament and for the second year, United Through Sport was selected as the beneficiary for the Dewey Beach Sprint Triathlon. Domineque will continue in her role with United through Sport USA in addition to her position with Pathways to Success.

Domineque most recently held the position of Marketing and Program Director for The Factory in Lewes. She was responsible for adult and youth field hockey, lacrosse, soccer, volleyball, before/after school program and preschool programs. Through a 21st Century grant at HO Brittingham Elementary School in Milton, she was able to recruit employees from Nike at Tanger Outlets to teach life skills, development, communication and education through Sport.

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