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QCH honors Jacob Lew, Forest Hills Native and 76th Secretary of the Treasury

FOREST HILLS, QUEENS (September 11, 2018) - On October 23, Queens Community House (QCH) will pay tribute to Honorable Jacob J.

Local organization works to close coding gap

QUEENS, NY (August 1, 2018) – Briana Rodriguez, an eleventh-grader at student at Newtown High School, didn’t head for the beach when the last bell of her tenth grade year rang. Instead, she enrolled in a summer coding class.

LGBTQ Youth Center finds new home in heart of Forest Hills

QUEENS, NY (July 3, 2018) - Forest Hills’ bustling Austin Street, which boasts countless restaurants and shops, is now home to one of the borough’s premier LGBTQ youth drop-in centers.  On June 28, Generation Q, a program of Queens Community House (QCH), hosted a ribbon cutt

QCH ED Ben Thomases Responds to Family Separation

QUEENS, NY (June 29, 2018) - On Friday, 6/29/18, Ben Thomases released this statement re: Family Separation Policy

Queens Community House to honor former Secretary of the Treasury and New York Mets All-Star

Queens, NY (June 25, 2018) - Queens Community House (QCH) will honor Jacob J.

QCH distributes 7,500 books to children living in Pomonok Houses

FLUSHING, QUEENS (June 19, 2018) – In South Flushing’s Pomonok Houses community, by every shady tree and on every park bench or soft patch of grass you can find a child with his or her nose buried deep in a brand new book.

Queens Immigrants Rally for Adult Literacy at City Hall

New York, NY (June 6, 2018) - On June 6, Magdalena Navarette and hundreds of other Adult Literacy advocates stormed City Hall to urge Mayor DeBlasio to restore 12 million dollars for Adult Literacy Education.

Queens job fair caters to 55-plus employment seekers

Queens, NY (May 29, 2018) - Older adults are working longer into their careers than ever before. According to the U.S.

Local youth participant selected as Queens Pride Parade Grand Marshal

Queens, NY (May 15, 2018) – Eli Betts, age 20, has been selected as a Grand Marshal of this year’s Queens Pride Parade in recognition of his leadership in Generation Q, a Forest Hills-based LGBTQ youth program operated by Queens Community House.  Bet

Local Summer Camp Wins National Recognition and Faces Elimination in Same Month

Jamaica, Queens (May 8, 2018) – Students at The Young Women’s Leadership School (TYWLS), in Jamaica, Queens are wondering if April showers will indeed bring May flowers.

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