One of many times when I was going to take classes of GED in 1991, with no money at all for book’s, Public Library of Queens came to my rescued. Thanks to the books that I was able to borrow free of charge from the Public Library of Queens, I was able to graduate and get my High School Diploma (GED). Later, I went to Tours College and got my Bachelorette of Science. Moreover, in 2006 I went to Metropolitan College of New York and got my Master of public Administration (MPA). All in all, none of my successfully completed goals would have been possible without the free resources of the Queens Public Libraries.

One of many times when I was going to take classes of GED in 1991, with no money at all for book’s, Public Library of Queens came to my rescued. Thanks to the books that I was able to borrow free of charge from the Public Library of Queens, I was able to graduate and get my High School Diploma (GED). Later, I went to Tours College and got my Bachelorette of Science. Moreover, in 2006 I went to Metropolitan College of New York and got my Master of public Administration (MPA). All in all, none of my successfully completed goals would have been possible without the free resources of the Queens Public Libraries.

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