AABANY and the Prosecutors’ Committee is lending a hand to both Asian Women In Business (AWIB) and EYEsee to collect old eyeglasses for distribution to visually impaired persons in the Third World.
EYEsee describes what donations are being sought – any pair of old eyeglasses, prescription or non-prescription, sunglasses or not, even clip-ons! There is a special need for children’s eyeglasses.
There will be a box the Annual Dinner registration table where eyeglasses can be simply dropped off, so if you are attending, please bring your donation to the Dinner or give your donation to a colleague or friend who is attending so that he/she can drop it off on your behalf. Here’s hoping that we can help out this worthy cause!
Bolstering Immigrant and Minority Entrepreneurs in Queens
Thursday, March 8, 2012, 8:30am to 10:30am
LaGuardia Community College, The Little Theater – Shenker Hall
31-10 Thomson Avenue, Long Island City, NY 11101
Please join the Center for an Urban Future and Fund for Public Advocacy for A discussion about the catalytic role of immigrant and minority entrepreneurs in Queens, the challenges they face and how to better support them.
Light breakfast will be served. Attendance is free but space is limited. Deadline to register is Wednesday, March 7th. To register, RSVP via e-mail at email@example.com or via phone at 212-479-3319.
The Korean American League for Civic Action is accepting applications for the 2012 Summer Public Interest College Internship Program. The deadline is March 5, 2012. The Internship is a nine-week program that provides college students and recent graduates an opportunity to learn about our civic and democratic processes from the inside of leading government offices, political campaigns, nonprofits and community based organizations in New York City. There is a scholarship stipend of $2,000 upon completion of the program.
Monday, March 12th
Program & Reception
60 Wall Street | 47th Floor
(Between Williams & Pearl Streets)
• Fostering Creativity & Innovation In Leadership
• Forging Successful Public & Private Partnerships
• Problem Solving Issues Through Civic Engagement
On Wednesday, February 29, 2012, the Asian American Bar Association of New York (“AABANY”) will have its Annual Dinner at Cipriani Wall Street. The Annual Dinner has consistently attracted more than 500 attendees from the New York legal community and guests have included prominent federal and state judges, elected officials and dignitaries, and attorneys from large and small law firms, corporate law departments, prosecutors’ offices and government agencies. Read more here.