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Aviation Career and Technical Education Highschool is looking for candidates to teach Chemistry and Physics. If you know of anyone who may be interested please have them email me at [email protected].
Einstein Nobel 100 Year Festive:

After 100 Year Now Beyond Einstein:

At: https://www.linkedin.com/feed/update/urn:li:activity:6772197284252934144/
Are there any open houses?
I have a 1954 yearbook in great shape if anyone wants.
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Our goal is to empower the Unemployed and Homeless.
We believe everyone has the right to joy and happiness in their life, including the Unemployed and Shelter residents. So we are extending LIFT UP UNEMPLOYED & HOMELESS fund raiser to February 28, 2021.

If you believe as we do. Please be a part of this empowerment movement by donating $1 - $25.

The money will help them get job search books and free job search consultation.
They will be empowered to reach theirs goals.

https://www.facebook.com/donate/270296674659126/
Can someone please tell me how to get in contact with the departments? I’ve sent in several tickets about my email account to no avail. Classes have started and I can’t log in to anything - no one is calling me back or responding to my emails or tickets.
Wanted to share a few Bernie sightings at Queens College.
Hello everyone. I am officially volunteering with John Choe. In case you want to know who he is, he is currently running for the New York City Council District 20 this year. As part of Choe's volunteering team and an alumni of Queens College, I am spreading the word about this to all of you. We need help with this campaign. For over 20 years, John has been an advocate, community organizer, and business leader fighting for everyday people in Flushing. As an immigrant and longtime resident of Mitchell-Linden, John understands the issues facing his community because he has experienced them himself. COVID-19 exacerbated issues in District 20. Many long-time small businesses have shuttered. Thousands of people line up in the streets of downtown Flushing every week for food. Anti-Asian hate crimes are rising and the City continues to fund a racist institution that has taken too many Black lives. District 20 community members deserve better. That’s why John is running for City Council—to put everyday people first, with solutions that are long overdue. Now, he’s running for NYC Council to represent District 20 and bring real solutions for working families.

John Choe is running for City Council in District 20, which includes the diverse communities of Auburndale, Bayside, College Point, Flushing, Fresh Meadows, Holly, Kissena Park, Mitchell-Linden, Murray Hill, Queensboro Hill, and Whitestone. The District may sound familiar because Queens College is in the district. That is why I am sharing this with you all, because John and the team needs your help. We are currently looking for committed students (or citizens if you are not students) to help meet a variety of campaign goals. Interns will be responsible for executing tasks that align with their skills and are in union with efforts that mobilize and expand voter and political engagement, i.e phone call banks and canvassing. If anyone is interested in being part of a team that fights for change and freedom and want to make a difference, here is the link to a form for you to sign up: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSefagS8V2iiee1_de0IjLNWw8c8brH2VB3v_c0cwcbC6UOaOw/viewform. If you are interested in becoming an intern for John Choe's team, here is the link for internships: https://www.johnchoe.nyc/intern. I hope we can work together to make big changes to our community, our state, and our nation. Please vote for John Choe, and please share this information and form with others. Share this post and information to your family, friends, neighbors, classmates, students, professors, and many others. Thank you, and we hope we can welcome you to our team.
Hello everyone , Is anyone enrolled in Bachelor of Science in Public Health . I need some info about the same. Any lead will be appreciated.
Hi QC, this will be my first semester since Covid. What application is being used for virtual/remote classes? I tried to find the information online, but couldn't find it. Thank you.
Is there anyone from the registrar department that can help me? I’ve been sending multiple emails daily since last week regarding an error in my transcript order. I haven’t received a response yet. Additionally, I tried seeking help via live chat and each representative left the chat without providing any help other than saying “please email [email protected]”. This is ridiculous that I can’t get anybody to help me for over a week now.

Queens College: Building Futures for Over 80 Years. http://www.qc.cuny.edu Queens College: Building Futures for Over 80 Years

With more than 170 undergraduate and graduate programs, Queens College appears annually in the Princeton Review’s America’s Best Colleges because of our exceptional academics, affordability, and diversity.

Operating as usual

11/11/2021

Today, we honor the members of our armed forces for their service to our nation. 🇺🇸

"We take deep pride in all the veterans and military personnel taking courses at Queens College during the Fall 2021 semester, bringing a level of diversity and academic excellence to our institution." CUNY Queens College President Frank H. Wu

Read his full statement: https://conta.cc/3ogVRbZ

Today, we honor the members of our armed forces for their service to our nation. 🇺🇸

"We take deep pride in all the veterans and military personnel taking courses at Queens College during the Fall 2021 semester, bringing a level of diversity and academic excellence to our institution." CUNY Queens College President Frank H. Wu

Read his full statement: https://conta.cc/3ogVRbZ

11/10/2021

Queens College Athletics women’s tennis player Maja Makal was selected as the East Coast-Conference Player of the Year and two other Knights, Gabriela Sciarrotta and Nathalie Ulander, were named to the All-ECC Second Team.

Read more in The QView: https://conta.cc/3oenr9S

Queens College Athletics women’s tennis player Maja Makal was selected as the East Coast-Conference Player of the Year and two other Knights, Gabriela Sciarrotta and Nathalie Ulander, were named to the All-ECC Second Team.

Read more in The QView: https://conta.cc/3oenr9S

11/10/2021

The Knights Table Mobile Food Pantry will be hosting a Holiday Food Giveaway on Friday, November 12 from 12-2 pm! Bags will be distributed from the van at 168th Street between 88th & 89th Avenue in Jamaica, Broadway. This location is near the M & F subway. One bag per person. All The City University of New York students welcome!

RSVP Required: http://ow.ly/Kz1K50GIptR

You can also support the Knights Table Food Pantry this year on #GivingTuesday to reduce food insecurity, improve nutritional education and help spread awareness of its programs! Give today at queens.cunytuesday.org.

The Knights Table Mobile Food Pantry will be hosting a Holiday Food Giveaway on Friday, November 12 from 12-2 pm! Bags will be distributed from the van at 168th Street between 88th & 89th Avenue in Jamaica, Broadway. This location is near the M & F subway. One bag per person. All The City University of New York students welcome!

RSVP Required: http://ow.ly/Kz1K50GIptR

You can also support the Knights Table Food Pantry this year on #GivingTuesday to reduce food insecurity, improve nutritional education and help spread awareness of its programs! Give today at queens.cunytuesday.org.

11/09/2021

Last year on #GivingTuesday, we raised close to $40,000 for student success. This year Queens College needs your help to reduce food insecurity among our students. Save the date for November 30th and make your donation to The Knights Table Food Pantry! Give today at queens.cunytuesday.org.
#CUNYTuesday

Last year on #GivingTuesday, we raised close to $40,000 for student success. This year Queens College needs your help to reduce food insecurity among our students. Save the date for November 30th and make your donation to The Knights Table Food Pantry! Give today at queens.cunytuesday.org.
#CUNYTuesday

11/09/2021

Returning to Campus: What You Need to Know About Athletics

Queens College Athletics are back in action!
🏀🎾⚽️
For complete team schedules: www.queensknights.com
For use of gym facilities (Fitness Center, Open Gym and Open Pool): https://queensknights.com/sports/2021/9/10/qc-recreational-activities-reservations.aspx

11/08/2021

Registration for Summer Session 2022 is now open! Make faster progress toward earning your degree, focus on one course and ace it, or spread out your full-time course load. Classes will be offered in fully in-person, hybrid and online formats. There are four sessions and hundreds of courses to choose from. The City University of New York and visiting students welcome!

Learn more: https://www.qc.cuny.edu/admissions/summersession/Pages/welcome.aspx

Registration for Summer Session 2022 is now open! Make faster progress toward earning your degree, focus on one course and ace it, or spread out your full-time course load. Classes will be offered in fully in-person, hybrid and online formats. There are four sessions and hundreds of courses to choose from. The City University of New York and visiting students welcome!

Learn more: https://www.qc.cuny.edu/admissions/summersession/Pages/welcome.aspx

11/04/2021

CUNYTV's Simply Science: Goldfish featuring QC Prof. John Waldman

How harmful can a goldfish be? Catch CUNY TV's latest segment of Simply Science, featuring Queens College Biology Professor John Waldman, to find out how goldfish can become quite the the pesky critters once released into the wild.

11/03/2021

CUNY Tuesday: Our Students Are Our City’s Future!

#CUNYTuesday is November 30th. This year, we're aiming to reduce food insecurity among our students by supporting the Knights Table Food Pantry. Give today at: queens.cunytuesday.org.

11/02/2021

Congratulations to the recipients of QC's Faculty Awards! Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs Elizabeth Hendrey and CUNY Queens College President Frank H. Wu posed with honorees and participants in the ceremony.

Here's the full list of awardees and photos: https://conta.cc/3BCQzfG

Congratulations to the recipients of QC's Faculty Awards! Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs Elizabeth Hendrey and CUNY Queens College President Frank H. Wu posed with honorees and participants in the ceremony.

Here's the full list of awardees and photos: https://conta.cc/3BCQzfG

11/02/2021

In this special edition of CUNY Queens College President Frank H. Wu's newsletter Frankly Speaking, he shares his State of the College speech for those who were unable to attend yesterday's event.

"So I am proud and blessed to be here with you, as we chart a course that will take Queens College into the future with renewed optimism and hopes for the academic year and beyond." President Wu

Read the speech: https://conta.cc/3CDbMY5

In this special edition of CUNY Queens College President Frank H. Wu's newsletter Frankly Speaking, he shares his State of the College speech for those who were unable to attend yesterday's event.

"So I am proud and blessed to be here with you, as we chart a course that will take Queens College into the future with renewed optimism and hopes for the academic year and beyond." President Wu

Read the speech: https://conta.cc/3CDbMY5

11/02/2021

It’s #ElectionDay! 🗳 Let your voice be heard. Get out and vote! Polls are open until 9 pm. www.cuny.edu/vote #queenscollege #cunyvotes

It’s #ElectionDay! 🗳 Let your voice be heard. Get out and vote! Polls are open until 9 pm. www.cuny.edu/vote #queenscollege #cunyvotes

11/01/2021

Today at 3 pm, CUNY Queens College President Frank H. Wu will deliver the State of the College Address from LeFrak Concert Hall, preceded by the Excellence in Teaching Awards with Provost and Senior Vice President of Academic Affairs Elizabeth F. Hendrey to selected full-time and adjunct faculty from each of QC’s schools.

Watch the livestream: https://youtu.be/6pKyxeGSL9c.

Today at 3 pm, CUNY Queens College President Frank H. Wu will deliver the State of the College Address from LeFrak Concert Hall, preceded by the Excellence in Teaching Awards with Provost and Senior Vice President of Academic Affairs Elizabeth F. Hendrey to selected full-time and adjunct faculty from each of QC’s schools.

Watch the livestream: https://youtu.be/6pKyxeGSL9c.

10/29/2021

#TGIF everyone! We made it to the end of this long and busy week. Enjoy the spooky weekend. 🎃 🍬 📸: Instagram user jenni_xo_

#TGIF everyone! We made it to the end of this long and busy week. Enjoy the spooky weekend. 🎃 🍬 📸: Instagram user jenni_xo_

ECA Announces Inaugural Fulbright HSI Leaders Initiative | Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs 10/28/2021

ECA Announces Inaugural Fulbright HSI Leaders Initiative | Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs

Fulbright Students and Scholars have served as citizen diplomats internationally for 75 years -- we are proud to be an inaugural Fulbright Prgrm HSI Leader contributing to international exchange!

https://eca.state.gov/highlight/eca-announces-inaugural-fulbright-hsi-leaders-initiative

ECA Announces Inaugural Fulbright HSI Leaders Initiative | Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs The U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs (ECA) is pleased to announce a new initiative recognizing the strong engagement of Hispanic-Serving Institutions (HSIs) with the Fulbright Program.

10/27/2021

With funding from Parkinson's Foundation & the Parkinson Voice Project, QC's Speech-Language-Hearing Center is offering Reclaiming Your Voice, a program of free speech & communication therapy tailored to people with Parkinson’s Disease.

“It is a lifesaver to have mom participate in your program . . . the sessions are a real source of joy in her life,” wrote the daughter of one client.

Learn more in The QView: https://conta.cc/2ZlojAG

With funding from Parkinson's Foundation & the Parkinson Voice Project, QC's Speech-Language-Hearing Center is offering Reclaiming Your Voice, a program of free speech & communication therapy tailored to people with Parkinson’s Disease.

“It is a lifesaver to have mom participate in your program . . . the sessions are a real source of joy in her life,” wrote the daughter of one client.

Learn more in The QView: https://conta.cc/2ZlojAG

10/26/2021

Returning to Campus: What You Need to Know About The Summit

Queens College is a great place to live and learn! The Summit Apartments offers a home away from home in a safe environment right on campus.

Learn more: www.queenscollegehousing.com

The QView #112 10/26/2021

The QView #112

Student Association President Zaire Couloute was among the speakers at an international Virtual Youth Climate Workshop held in advance of the 2021 UN Climate Change Summit. Due to her well-received presentation on behalf of QC and The City University of New York students, Couloute has been invited to the in-person celebration to mark COP26. Read more in the latest edition of The QView: https://conta.cc/2ZlojAG

The QView #112 ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ Discimus ut serviamus: We learn so that we may serve. QView #112 | October 26, 2021 What’s News Student Association President Zaire Couloute was among the speakers at an international Virtua

10/25/2021

Beginning this Saturday, October 30, Rosenthal Library will be open on weekends from 11 am to 5 pm.

Reservations are required to access the library and can be made at https://qc-cuny.libcal.com/. Please note the following before making a reservation:

--Same-day reservations are not available; reservations must be made by 7 pm the night before your planned visit. (Next day bookings placed after 7 pm are subject to automatic cancellation.)
--Reservations may only be made for currently registered Queens College students, faculty, and staff who have been cleared to access campus.

On weekends, the library will be open as a study space. Library staff will not be on site to provide services. Learn more: https://library.qc.cuny.edu/.

Beginning this Saturday, October 30, Rosenthal Library will be open on weekends from 11 am to 5 pm.

Reservations are required to access the library and can be made at https://qc-cuny.libcal.com/. Please note the following before making a reservation:

--Same-day reservations are not available; reservations must be made by 7 pm the night before your planned visit. (Next day bookings placed after 7 pm are subject to automatic cancellation.)
--Reservations may only be made for currently registered Queens College students, faculty, and staff who have been cleared to access campus.

On weekends, the library will be open as a study space. Library staff will not be on site to provide services. Learn more: https://library.qc.cuny.edu/.

10/22/2021

Winter Session is just around the corner! Running from January 3–24, it will be held predominantly online, with some hybrid and in-person courses. There are over 85 undergraduate and graduate courses to choose from, including some that satisfy the Pathways general education requirements. Students can earn a maximum of 4 credits.

For a step-by-step guide on how to register: www.qc.cuny.edu/admissions/winter.

Winter Session is just around the corner! Running from January 3–24, it will be held predominantly online, with some hybrid and in-person courses. There are over 85 undergraduate and graduate courses to choose from, including some that satisfy the Pathways general education requirements. Students can earn a maximum of 4 credits.

For a step-by-step guide on how to register: www.qc.cuny.edu/admissions/winter.

10/21/2021

Heading to class in style in the 1940s. #TBT

Heading to class in style in the 1940s. #TBT

Leading An Iconic Institution with Frank H. Wu, President, Queens College, CUNY - Schneps Broadcasting 10/21/2021

Leading An Iconic Institution with Frank H. Wu, President, Queens College, CUNY - Schneps Broadcasting

CUNY Queens College President Frank H. Wu talks to
QNS about why the college has been ranked a Princeton Review
"Best College" for 30 consecutive years, his strategic plan and vision for the school in their latest podcast.

Listen: https://podcasts.schnepsmedia.com/2021/10/20/frank-h-wu-president-queens-college-cuny/

Leading An Iconic Institution with Frank H. Wu, President, Queens College, CUNY - Schneps Broadcasting Frank H. Wu, President, Queens College, CUNY, an American-born son of Chinese immigrants knows what it’s like to get ahead through education. Frank was named

10/20/2021

The archive of influential cross-media artist Barbara Rosenthal ’75, “Old Master of New Media,” has been acquired by QC, where she earned an MFA in painting. In the decades since she graduated, she built up an international career. The artist’s materials are being catalogued before transport to the Szilvia Tanenbaum Archive Wing of Special Collections within Benjamin S. Rosenthal Library.

Read more in The QView: http://ow.ly/oMrH50GuDg4
Photo by Rhys Votano.

The archive of influential cross-media artist Barbara Rosenthal ’75, “Old Master of New Media,” has been acquired by QC, where she earned an MFA in painting. In the decades since she graduated, she built up an international career. The artist’s materials are being catalogued before transport to the Szilvia Tanenbaum Archive Wing of Special Collections within Benjamin S. Rosenthal Library.

Read more in The QView: http://ow.ly/oMrH50GuDg4
Photo by Rhys Votano.

10/19/2021

Returning to Campus: What You Need to Know About Facilities

With classes back in session, Queens College is working continuously to make sure air quality is safe and comfortable for everyone on campus now and in the future.

Report facilities issues to Buildings and Grounds:
Phone: 718-997-3520
Email: [email protected]

10/19/2021

In this week's edition of The QView, learn how you can vote early in NYC, meet two new counselors hired to address students’ mental health concerns under the federal CARES Act, read up on alumni news and more: https://conta.cc/3AOhgxL.

In this week's edition of The QView, learn how you can vote early in NYC, meet two new counselors hired to address students’ mental health concerns under the federal CARES Act, read up on alumni news and more: https://conta.cc/3AOhgxL.

Photos from Queens College's post 10/15/2021

Last night, Queens College Athletics kicked off MidKnight Madness, an event that celebrates the official start of the men’s and women’s basketball season. Student-athletes showcased their talent through various events such as a three-point contest, scrimmages, and slam dunk contest! 🏀

📷: Navraj Sandhu

10/15/2021

Students, join us for a virtual information session on the Watson Fellowship on
Monday, October 18 at 12:15 pm. The Watson Fellowship is a 3-year program that provides unprecedented opportunities to remarkable first & second year students to further their personal, professional, and cultural growth.

Register: http://ow.ly/fKTQ50GmYkd

Students, join us for a virtual information session on the Watson Fellowship on
Monday, October 18 at 12:15 pm. The Watson Fellowship is a 3-year program that provides unprecedented opportunities to remarkable first & second year students to further their personal, professional, and cultural growth.

Register: http://ow.ly/fKTQ50GmYkd

10/15/2021

Students, join us virtually on Wednesday, October 20 at 12:15 pm for QC's Major/Minor Fair. Explore the different majors, minors, honors, career advising and master's degree programs that QC offers and talk directly to faculty experts within each field of study. You'll also have the opportunity to download program brochures, learn about spring and summer 2022 course offerings, and more.

Learn more: https://qcsocialsciences.org/

Students, join us virtually on Wednesday, October 20 at 12:15 pm for QC's Major/Minor Fair. Explore the different majors, minors, honors, career advising and master's degree programs that QC offers and talk directly to faculty experts within each field of study. You'll also have the opportunity to download program brochures, learn about spring and summer 2022 course offerings, and more.

Learn more: https://qcsocialsciences.org/

Queens College: Building Futures for Over 80 Years

With more than 170 undergraduate and graduate programs, Queens College appears annually in the Princeton Review’s America’s Best Colleges because of our exceptional academics, affordability, and diversity. Indeed, our students hail from over 170 countries and speak more than 90 languages, providing an extraordinary educational environment. As reported in the New York Times, the Equal Opportunity Project places Queens College among the top 1% of colleges nationwide for moving students from poverty to prosperity. Our campus boasts 80 tree-lined acres with a traditional grassy quad, surrounded by a mix of historic Spanish-style and modern buildings with state-of-the art facilities. The college offers you urban amenities—excellent cultural attractions, including readings by renowned writers, performing arts events, scholarly conferences, art exhibits, and numerous places to eat—on its peaceful grounds with a magnificent view of the Manhattan skyline. You’ll find our campus a comfortable place, with cybercafés, a fitness center, and over 100 clubs and Division II sports teams that offer you a chance to explore your interests and meet people who share them. You will have the opportunity to enhance your college experience by living in the world’s greatest city at the Summit Apartments, our beautiful and affordable residence hall. Located between our gym and library, the Summit Apartments offers fully furnished 2- and 4-bedroom apartments, study lounges on each floor, its own fitness center, music practice rooms, free Wi-Fi and digital cable TV, and more.

Our Mission

Dedicated to the idea that a first-rate education should be accessible to talented people of all backgrounds and financial means, Queens College prepares students to become citizens of our global society. From graduate and undergraduate degrees, a variety of honors and pre-professional programs to research and real-work internship opportunities, you’ll find countless ways to realize your potential under the guidance of our award-winning faculty. Queens College graduates the most teachers, counselors, and principals in the metropolitan area. It also contributes to the city’s talent pool as a powerful economic engine and a leader in tech education, with more undergraduate computer science majors than any New York City college. Students from across the country and around the world come to the Aaron Copland School of Music. Its renowned faculty and alumni include nationally recognized composers, conductors and performers who have received nearly 40 Grammy Awards and nominations over the past 40 years.

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Returning to Campus: What You Need to Know About Athletics
CUNYTV's Simply Science: Goldfish featuring QC Prof. John Waldman
Returning to Campus: What You Need to Know About The Summit
Returning to Campus: What You Need to Know About Facilities
Returning to Campus: What You Need to Know About Student Support Services
Big Ideas Teaser: Preventing Future Wars
Returning to Campus: What You Need to Know About Campus Access
Returning to Campus: What You Need to Know About Health Services
Returning to Campus: Don't Hesitate, Vaccinate
Returning to Campus: What You Need to Know About Modes of Instruction

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Academic rigor. Amazing affordability. Award-winning faculty. With more than 170 undergraduate and graduate programs, Queens College appears annually in the Princeton Review’s America’s Best Colleges because of our exceptional academics, affordability, and diversity. Indeed, our students hail from over 170 countries and speak more than 90 languages, providing an extraordinary educational environment. As reported in the New York Times, the Equal Opportunity Project places Queens College among the top 1% of colleges nationwide for moving students from poverty to prosperity. Our campus boasts 80 tree-lined acres with a traditional grassy quad, surrounded by a mix of historic Spanish-style and modern buildings with state-of-the art facilities. The college offers you urban amenities—excellent cultural attractions, including readings by renowned writers, performing arts events, scholarly conferences, art exhibits, and numerous places to eat—on its peaceful grounds with a magnificent view of the Manhattan skyline. You’ll find our campus a comfortable place, with cybercafés, a fitness center, and over 90 clubs and Division II sports teams that offer you a chance to explore your interests and meet people who share them. You will have the opportunity to enhance your college experience by living in the world’s greatest city at the Summit Apartments, our beautiful and affordable residence hall. Located between our gym and library, the Summit Apartments offers fully furnished 2- and 4-bedroom apartments, study lounges on each floor, its own fitness center, music practice rooms, free Wi-Fi and digital cable TV, and more.

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Tuesday 9am - 5pm
Wednesday 9am - 5pm
Thursday 9am - 5pm
Friday 9am - 5pm
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IAM- Immigrant Advancement Matters IAM- Immigrant Advancement Matters
Queens, 11354

Education lies at the center of all of I.A.M.’s programming as it is the key to empowering individuals to advocate for themselves.

Sigma Sigma Rho Sorority, Inc. Sigma Sigma Rho Sorority, Inc.
Queens

Sisterhood is what we work for. Society is whom we give to. Remembrance is what lies in our hearts.

Callender Family Tree From Barbados Callender Family Tree From Barbados
Queens, 11412

The Story of the Callenders whose ancestor came from Scotland and settled on the island of Barbados in the Carribbean in the late 1600s.see the book: "The Callenders From Barbados to America and In Between" published on LuLu.com

Agape Young Adults Connect Agape Young Adults Connect
5902 Summerfield St.
Queens, 11385

Mission Statement: A catalyst for bridging the gap for the lost and making a way for grace. Email: [email protected]

Young Israel of Sunnyside Young Israel of Sunnyside
43-01A 46th St
Queens, 11104

The Young Israel of Sunnyside is a traditional synagogue in a charming neighborhood in Queens, just east of Manhattan. Step inside, and you'll begin to feel like you are part of our warm family.

Hidden Warriors Hidden Warriors
Queens

An NYC-based Warrior Makeover Movement designed to empower women who are moving through cancer. Let's GO!

Caribbean Equality Project Caribbean Equality Project
PO BOX 200248
Queens, 11420

CEP is a Queens, NY-based 501(c)(3) non-profit community organization committed to uplifting marginalized Caribbean LGBTQ voices and advocating for greater family acceptance through community organizing, public education, cultural, and social programming.

Project Speak Out Project Speak Out
Various
Queens

First large-scale pan-Asian community education and domestic violence prevention campaign in New York City

YogaKirya.com YogaKirya.com
Queens

Please like the page to receive live updates. This page is dedicated to Healing Health, Stress reduction and a happier life with Joy and happines. All FREE

In-Sight Dance Company In-Sight Dance Company
Queens

We are a contemporary ballet company whose grassroots tie us to our Queens community as we create new works of dance, raise the profile of dance in Queens & serve our community.

The Otchere's Foundation for Hope Incoporated The Otchere's Foundation for Hope Incoporated
Queens, 11368

Otchere's Foundation for Hope is a Non-Profit Organization whose vision is to help create a firm foundation for orphans,youths and parents.