The Women’s Opportunity Center is a local non-profit organization dedicated to helping women and men overcome obstacles to gain employment. Of the various opportunities that the center provides, each is a unique and holistic experience that prepares every individual for today’s challenges in the workplace.
The Women's Opportunity Center marked 30 years of Service to the community in 2009. Over 10,000 women and men have overcome obstacles and achieved success through our employment and training services. We'd like to thank everyone who made our September 24th 2009 anniversary party so memorable. Above is a picture of Senator James Seward (on left) and Assemblywoman Barbara Lifton (right), presenting an award to participant Louise Bailey at Women's Opportunity Center's 30th year celebration. For more pictures, see the pictures in our photo gallery.
The Women's Opportunity Center is part of New York's Displaced Homemaker Program. To learn more about this statewide program, see this press release.