Saturday, March 16, 2024

Get The Scoop On The Lewis Latimer Science & Career Expo Curated By BlaQue Community Cares

Help Us To continue to inform and empower our community please Donate. Get The Scoop Weekly On the Global Black Community and Southeast Queens, NY. Subscribe to Our Mailing List. Receive the Latest Events, News, Jobs, and Top Community Economic Development Stories Like this one Click Here | Reach up to 1.3 million people Promote

Queens-Based Museums &
Businesses Unite for Science Expo

Jamaica Queens, NY – March 23rd, 2024The Lewis Latimer Science & Career Expo is set to captivate and educate students with its vibrant showcase of science and career opportunities. Hosted at York College in Queens from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM, this event promises a day of immersive exploration for 5th to 11th graders, featuring dynamic panel discussions, inspiring speakers, interactive workshops, and a display of non-profit initiatives.

The expo aims to ignite curiosity and introduces students to everyday science while highlighting the small businesses in their communities. 

Featured Exhibits:

  • LD Organic Hair offers a hands-on exhibit on diseases of the scalp.
  • Queens Modern Dental dives into the anatomy of the mouth.
  • Gamestation transports students to outer space through Virtual Reality.
  • Plus, engaging displays from renowned institutions like the NY Hall of Science Museum, Lewis Latimer House Museum, JFK Aerospace and Aeronautics Academy, and more.

Article On The Lewis Latimer Science & Career Expo Event Continues After Sponsor's Messages Below...

Please Support Our Ad Sponsors Who Make This Community News Blog Possible. And Don't Forget To Tell Them You Saw Their Ad in The Scoop!

Are You Looking To Advance Your Career In Hi-Tech?

Discover How WIT U Provides
Black Scholars With
Free Options For
Engineering Education!

Read More On Wit U or > Apply Now

Article On
The Lewis Latimer Science &
Career Expo Continues Below...

Keynote Speaker: Public Advocate Jumaane Williams

Photo Credit Felton Davis

Aleeia Abraham, founder of the BlaQue Resource Network, emphasizes the expo's significance: "Producing a science expo for our students is about more than just education; it's a transformative effort to nurture talent, ignite passion, and foster vital connections between our youth, community orgs, and businesses. It's an intentional effort towards advancement for all involved."

Produced by BlaQue Community Cares, in collaboration with partners such as York College, the Hall of Science, Con Edison, National Grid, Queens Zoo, Queens Public Library, King Manor Museum, DAs office, and others, this event underscores the power of collaboration in promoting scientific education within the Black community.

For media inquiries and further details, please contact: Latoya Lindsay,

Sponsor's Messages Below


To Book An Appointment Or Get More Info Click Here

Click Here To Order


Travel The World In-Style 

While there are brilliant persons on the Autism Spectrum celebrated today, very little media stories focus on people, especially women of color. Our co-publisher's new bio-pic "nZinga's Spectrum In 3D," is a moving and inspirational documentary on how a young Black woman RISES to overcome her challenges.

nZinga Austin is also the Co-publisher of Our Black News Scoop and Southeast Queens Scoop.  The documentary of about 1/2 hr long is getting rave reviews.
Checkout Nzinga's Spectrum in 3D now Click Here. Please share

Posted by community events coordinator, Nzinga Lonstein Austin, is a prolific blogger who writes on the entertainment industry and issues for people with developmental and physical challenges.

She is presently in high school looking to have a career in video, film, and media. You can see more of her entertainment writing on Lonstein Movies.

About the Southeast Queens Scoop - is the premier website and only publication offering daily news and updates on the events, culture, issues, and is dedicated to the business and economic development in this largely black historic community.

The publication targets the over 350,000 residents in the Southeast Queen and Jamaica Queens area. It promotes to over 40,000 potential viewers in social media, mobile devices and search engines like Google and Bing!  To learn more about how to promote your business or organization on the Scoop or online Click Here

No Spam Only The Scoop On Southeast Queens

Since you are here think about this please.  Do You Want The Southeast Queens Scoop To Continue To Promote Empowering News and Events largely ignored by the corporate owned mainstream media in our area?

Since most local businesses don't have large ad budgets then please consider donating to ensure we can continue our media efforts.  We appreciate all contributions ($5, $10, $15, $20, +) no amount is too small. Please donate now below or read more on donations.

No comments:

Post a Comment