On December 18, 2017, CPC attended the Cathay Bank Foundation Beneficiaries Luncheon. With the support of Cathay Bank Foundation, CPC Queens Community Services and Education and Career Services will support the employment needs of Chinese-Americans, immigrants and low-income individuals
CPC's President & CEO, Wayne Ho, has been appointed to the NYC Department of Education (DOE) School Diversity Advisory Group. The NYC DOE created the advisory group as a part of their Equality and Excellence for All agenda.
Students from the CPC LEAD after-school program at the High School for Dual Language and Asian Studies held a bake sale to raise funds for hurricane relief in Puerto Rico. The bake sale was organized by the WE Schools Club, a club that centers around service learning and the Red Cross Club.
On January 17, 2018, on the steps of City Hall, CPC joined the Asian American Federation (AAF), elected officials, immigrant advocates, and community allies - Arab American Association of New York, CMP, Council of Peoples Organization, Japanese American Social Services Inc, The Ja
Wayne Ho, President and CEO of CPC, writes about his leadership style and philosophy, which includes his three rules, #1 - No Titles, #2 - No Surprises, #3 - No Drama, for nonprofit leaders. The article,
On Thursday, January 18, 2018, NY State Assemblywoman Nily Rozic visited CPC Queens Community Center. Alongside, CPC's President & CEO, Wayne Ho, Assemblywoman Rozic toured our Queens Flagship community center and saw the many faces of the lives CPC reaches with our programs.
On January 17, 2018, CPC President & CEO, Wayne Ho, spoke on the "Voter Inspiration" panel with Jacob A. Riis Neighborhood Settlement Executive Director, Christopher Hanway, during the United Neighborhood Houses (UNH) Executive Directors Retreat.