New Beginnings Support Program is a charitable agency that has been working in the community to help improve the quality of lives of women and children who need assistance.
Our services help empower women to become self-confident, self-sufficient, career-oriented and employable. These women develop life-long skills in their personal, career and financial life. This transition creates better lives for themselves, their children and their communities.
Our goal is to help eliminate those barriers that prevent women from reaching their full personal, social and economic potential.
Hospitality Operations Management Certificate Program
New Beginnings has partnered with George Brown College through their Community Partnerships Initiative Department to develop a customized program to give our women the essential skills they need to meet the demand of growing tourism and hospitality industry in Toronto and build sustainable careers.
Our women face barriers to entry in traditional higher education and employment, and this program presents a viable route to build on the holistic life-skills and career path development to move them to self-sufficiency. They develop self-worth, confidence, resilience, and the ability to resolve conflict in their social life but especially in the work place environment that will increase their chances for long-term success. New Beginnings core programming with continuous follow up for a year along with George Brown’s career training allows the women to be more marketable in this competitive job market.
This customized program will help participants navigate the educational system, get essential skills training and receive a certificate upon completion. The capstone to the program is a paid work-placement to give participants needed on-the-job experience, grow their networks, and transition out of poverty.