16 THE QUEENS COURIER • MARCH 3, 2016 FOR BREAKING NEWS VISIT www.qns.com The STEM Girls is a program that features schools, organizations, programs and facilities that work on increasing the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) opportunities for young girls. The programs educate, motivate and inspire young girls in pursuing those careers. QPTV is a not-for-profit private corporation serving the residents of Queens. QPTV cablecasts the most diverse programming to the most diverse community in the world reaching over 500,000 subscribers 24 hours a day, every day. Queens Public Television | Daniel J. Leone, President/CEO Board of Directors: Patrick J. DiMotta, Chairman; Nayibe Berger; Sandra Delson; Stuart Domber; John B. Haney; Alfred Harris; Henry Kee; Joan Serrano-Laufer; Ruth Schlossman Honorary Directors: Joel A. Miele, Sr., Director Laureate; William L. Jefferson, Director Emeritus 34 & 1995 82 34 79 & 1998 83 35 56 & 1996 84 36 1997 85 37 For more information contact Roslyn Nieves, Community Development Manager: (7 18) 886-8160 ext. 324 co email@example.com 41-61 Kissena Boulevard, Suite 2077, Flu shing, New York, 11355 FAX (7 18) 886-8168 | QPTV Info rmation Line (7 18) 886-4 880 CHANNELS QPTV Presents: In this episode of The STEM Girls, Luchia Dragosh joins the event “Cool Women Hot Jobs: Cool Women STEM Jobs” at the Young Women Leadership School of Queens. Luchia, among other volunteers, had a chance to educate and inspire the young girls about the many opportunities and possibilities ahead of them. They spoke about their daily activities, responsibilities and challenges, and the education and skills needed to succeed in their respected fields.
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