On March 20, 2019, CPC joined Campaign for Children, fellow Community Based Organizations, community advocates, and elected officials on the steps of City Hall to urge Mayor de Blasio and the administration to bring salary parity to all in the early childhood workforce.
Throughout the month of March, representatives from the Consulate General of the People's Republic of China in NY came to CPC Nan Shan Senior Center and CPC Open Door Senior Center to share information and resources for seniors who have emigrated to the US. More than 100 seniors partici
On March 11th, Emmy Lam, Program Assistant and Worksite Liaison with CPC's Education and Career Services Division, testified at the NYC Council's Committee on Youth Services Fiscal Year 2020 Preliminary Budget and Oversight Hearing at City Hall.
In February, the Manhattan Learn and Earn Program traveled upstate for an overnight college visit. Joined by program staff, the group toured Colgate University, Rochester Institute of Technology, and Binghamton University.
Early Childhood Development Director, Mary Cheng, and Jacob Riis Child Care Center Director, Yvette Ho, discussed recurring facilities issues that face the center, which is located in a NYCHA building.
On Friday, February 15th, 2019 CPC Brooklyn Senior Services was joined by over 180 senior services community members, special guests, and elected officials to have dinner at Park Asia to celebrate the Lunar New Year, year of the pig.
On March 14, 2019, NY Governor Cuomo announced additional services that will help immigrants in NY state. The first program is the Rapid Response Program, which will be a part of the Liberty Defense Program.