The results were overwhelmingly positive. 83% of the attendees either received a non-binding offer of admission to UB, or a conditional acceptance into the university’s Educational Opportunity Program.
On Sundary February 10th, CPC Brooklyn Senior's performed a traditional dance at the Inauguration for Senator Zellnor Myrie. CPC Brooklyn's senior dance group was established back in 2013, this group consists of all senior services members, who are self taught and led by a volunteer ins
Commissioner Bitta Mostofi of the Mayor’s Office of Immigrant Affairs joined the Chinese-American Planning Council at the Open Door Senior Citizen Center for a community engagement event with seniors to combat phone scams targeting Chinese New Yorkers.
On Saturday, February 9th, 2019 CPC Brooklyn Community Services held our Annual Lunar New Year Celebration at P.S. 310. Friends, family and community members from all around the neighborhood were able to stop by to enjoy the festivities as we ring in the year of the pig.
On Wednesday, February 6th, CPC's Intern and Earn program hosted a career panel for participants from our 23rd cohort. Panelists included professionals spanning government, law enforcement, finance, and healthcare.
On Monday, February 11, members of CPC's Open Door Senior Center performed at the New York City Council Lunar New Year Celebration. Open Door's lion dance team kicked off the celebration with lion dancing to welcome in the Year of the Pig.
CPC's Chief Policy and Public Affairs Officer Carlyn Cowen joined Assembly Member Richard Gottfried on February 11th on Capitol Tonight, a political news program in Albany to discuss health care legislation.
This is a wonderful opportunity for anyone who is interested in creating positive social change. The Policy and Advocacy, Operations and Compliance, Development, and Legal teams are each looking for a summer intern.