OUR

MESSAGE

OUR

FOUNDATIONS

Our story
begins in
2013

We were founded at Calder New Hope Church of God in January of 2013 as an English as a second language program. From 2013 to 2015, the program was run at the church and mainly consisted of ESL courses, immigration and translation services, and some minor community initiative programs.

From 2015, New Hope English as a Second Language was formed as a separate entity from New Hope Church, which become a supporter of the program. At that time, the program relocated to the Rosslyn Centre and continued there until the end of 2018. During those years, the program mainly consisted of English as a second language courses, professional test preparation courses, immigration and translation services, some employment and career services. , and some community initiative programs.

2015 to 2018


The past
meets the future

From 2019, New Hope ESL relocated to our current location, and continued to offerEnglish as a second language courses, professional test preparation courses, immigration and translation services, some employment and career services, and some community initiative programs.

From 2020, New Hope Resettlement Institute was created as an extension of New Hope ESL to maintain the English as a second language education branch, and at the same time, commence to offer its broader range of educational, community, employment, and immigration services which we aim to provide to the immigrant community at large.

 


OUR

VISION

This is our mission statement because it encompasses our main goals and objectives. We would like to welcome all newcomers to Canada as much as possible regardless of their ethnic and cultural background, age, gender, education, or personal life. We would like to bridge their previous life, whatever it may be, to our Canadian way of life.   

"Let us be the bridge to your
new life in Canada."

Create educational opportunities for those left behind.

One of the most important goals for our organization is to foster the educational growth of individuals which have been struggling to get ahead due to their personal circumstances or because they have had difficulties adjusting to the current system. For example, women who had to raise their young since they came to Canada and had difficulties getting an education then, but now want to be more successful. Or, the individuals who had to work any job since they arrived to make ends meet, then were laid off, but may now be struggling to find other employment because they lack the proper English or work skills to get ahead in another field.

Often we hear stories from newcomers who have high levels of education, masterful skills, and a broad range of abilities, but they are struggling to get ahead in their field, or don't have the know-how to even start. We strongly believe that with proper guidance and mentorship those individuals will get ahead in their field or new ones; and they can also achieve the Canadian Dream.

Facilitate the growth and prosperity of newcomers.

New Hope

Resettlement

Institute

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