Child Care - The Best Compensation Possible

The first of 10 children, NYCHA resident Kayereathea Boyd, 36, learned early in life how to feed, change, and burp toddlers. Those life skills proved useful when she participated in the 15-week...


Giving New Life to a Wall

The community came together to breathe new life into a mural at the entrance of the senior center at Astoria Houses in Queens. The mural, which was created in 1981, depicts Martin Luther King Jr...


NYCHA Is Hiring

NYCHA is hiring Boiler Inspectors and Associate Fire Protection Inspectors. NYCHA residents are encouraged to apply to both positions.

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A Day of Music

NYCHA hosted its second “Music and Health Festival” for older adults at the Johnson Community Center on October 11, 2019.


NYCHA-CUNY Scholar: Mohammed Islam

Young children often dream of being superheroes like Superman, Batman, or Wonder Woman, but when Mohammed Islam was a child, his superheroes didn’t wear capes, they wore scrubs – they were the...


NYCHA-CUNY Scholar: Fatoumatta Drammeh

As a 10-year-old living in the African nation of Gambia, Fatoumatta Drammeh’s mother enrolled her in school for the first time, making her the first girl among her 23 siblings to attend school.


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