As Queensborough Community College’s annual grassroots, student fundraiser for scholarships, Walk to Aspire gives future students the Edge for Success. Each year students, faculty and staff organize themselves into teams and fundraise, culminating in a celebration where students walk 2 miles on the QCC Track. Established in 2007, the Walk to Aspire scholarships provide an opportunity for students in good academic standing to attend Queensborough.
Dr. Diane B. Call, President, Barne & Noble Student Impact Team Members,
Queensborough Community Victoria Eng, Alexis Wampler & Haseeb Shah.
College and Mr. Thomas Chen.
Revenues from the Annual Partners for Progress Gala support scholarships for our students, the QCC Art Gallery and the Kupferberg Holocaust Resource Center and Archives. Through the funding from this Gala, QCC is able to attract, develop, and support hardworking and ambitious students who will become the skilled workforce of today and the leaders of tomorrow. It also allows QCC to reach out to the people of Queens and its surroundings with world-class programs, exhibits and lectures that enrich our community. The is the primary fundraiser for Queensborough Community College. The board of directors of the Queensborough Community College Fund, Inc., the College’s non-profit organization, is the host for this Gala.
The 2014 Partners for Progress Gala took place on Thursday, April 24th, at Terrace on the Park in Flushing Meadows - Corona Park.
View more photos here.
View the Press Release
View the 2014 Gala Journal
The Barnes & Noble Student Impact Team consists of dedicated Queensborough Community College students who make time to volunteer because they feel it is important to give back to their school. Their goal is to meet donors, express their appreciation and to encourage continued giving so that other students may benefit from the same generosity.
Queensborough Community College Barnes & Noble Student Impact Team students have a strong desire for public service and agree to participate in training sessions and various special events, such as the Donor Appreciation Reception, President’s Circle Roundtables, the Partners for Progress Gala, and Borough Hall testimonies as representatives of the entire student body of Queensborough. They get involved in all preparations for special events including but not limited to public speaking.
We invite students to become members of the Queensborough Barnes & Noble Student Impact team and become part of the Queensborough extracurricular community.
Motivated students should call Ronni Weprin, Special Events Coordinator at 718-281-5510
or at firstname.lastname@example.org.