2012-03-28 / Features

Crystal Donates To QEDC



The Queens Economic Development Corporation is able to continue its effective Home Improvement Contractor Training program, thanks in part to generous donations from Flushing Bank and Crystal Window & Door Systems Ltd. So far, all 33 graduates of the first-ever HICT program, launched in January, passed the Department of Consumer Affairs exam and obtained licenses. Nicholas Hardie (second from r.), HICT’s coordinator, is seen accepting a check from Crystal’s Steve Chen (middle) during a pre-class check presentation on March 10. QEDC Boardmember Emily Lin (far r.) QEDC Executive Director Seth Bornstein (second from l.). The Queens Economic Development Corporation is able to continue its effective Home Improvement Contractor Training program, thanks in part to generous donations from Flushing Bank and Crystal Window & Door Systems Ltd. So far, all 33 graduates of the first-ever HICT program, launched in January, passed the Department of Consumer Affairs exam and obtained licenses. Nicholas Hardie (second from r.), HICT’s coordinator, is seen accepting a check from Crystal’s Steve Chen (middle) during a pre-class check presentation on March 10. QEDC Boardmember Emily Lin (far r.) QEDC Executive Director Seth Bornstein (second from l.).

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