State Expands Aid To Queens Immigrant Legal Service Providers | March 14, 2019: Three Queens immigrant service providers are among 21 organizations designated as new Opportunity Centers by the governor’s Office of New Americans.
Nueva York refuerza la lucha por sus inmigrantes | March 21, 2019: Actualmente la Ciudad de Nueva York es hogar de más inmigrantes que nunca antes en la historia, casi el sesenta por ciento de neoyorquinos viven en hogares con al menos un inmigrante y más de un millón d
QCH Awarded $1.1M for youth job training | February 28, 2019: Queens Community House offers youth employment services and sector-focused occupational skills, among other things, and now will have a new program offering training in construction.
Senator Montgomery Rallies with Young Advocates in Support of "YouthBuild Act" | February 20, 2019: Senator Velmanette Montgomery’s “New York State YouthBuild Act” (S839/A165) passed the Senate after a morning rally with young advocates from throughout the state. Member
Latino Baseball Legend Inspires Hometown Youth To Dream Bigger | By Russ Cohen, September 25, 2018: Former NY Mets All-Star Edgardo Alfonzo spent a lively afternoon with 6th and 7th graders at Queens Community House (QCH)’s Beacon Pr
Brooklyn Cyclones manager Edgardo Alfonzo inspires students | by Paula Katinas, September 28, 2018: Brooklyn Cyclones Manager Edgardo Alfonzo encouraged students to hit a home run by giving back to their community during a visit to an after-school program.
Kids 'catch' up with Edgardo Alfonzo in Forest Hills | Jennifer Khedaroo, September 26, 2018: Children participating in the Queens Community House’s Beacon Program in Forest Hills met and played catch with New York Mets al
Jacob “Jack” Lew grew up in a brick apartment building on Yellowstone Boulevard in the Queens neighborhood of Forest Hills. His father arrived in New York in 1916 from Poland, learned English in the public school system and went on to practice law.