We're Young. We're Involved. And We Matter! 
Dear Friends,

On Election Night, I gathered with fellow Democrats at the Javits Center to support the historic election of Hillary Rodham Clinton, the most qualified candidate to run for the Presidency in our generation's history. As the results poured in, I watched mirth transform to anxiety, to disbelief, to loss. I watched, and felt it myself: an almost apocalyptic fear, that this was a turning point in our nation's history, and that all we had strove for was suddenly and tangibly in danger of being destroyed.

Last Tuesday's results were far from what we imagined. They reveal things about the American public, but they also reveal things about us. As a party, we need to learn from our mistakes, and come together to expand our metaphoric umbrella - to better understand each other, and more effectively reach out to protect those who have been left behind. We need to plan collaboratively, and plan now: every second counts when it comes to countering the many questionable initiatives already in motion in Washington. 

I want to invite everyone to join us tonight, November 17th, 2016 at Cobblestones Pub in Kew Gardens, to discuss our next steps: as young people, as a chapter and as members of the Democratic party. Suggestions from our local county chapters will be brought to our State and National organizations in the coming month. Doors open at 7:00 P.M.; our discussion will start at 7:30. 

I hope to see you there as we work through this difficult and transformative time in our nation's history, as always, #StrongerTogether.

Yours in Service,
Stacey A. Eliuk
President, Queens County Young Democrats

NOTE: Our Charity Basketball Game is being pushed back to early December. Stay tuned for more information!
Thank you for the countless hours spent, door knocked, conversations had.

We could not have gotten this far without your time and support.

Scheduler – Mayor's Office

Under the leadership of 109th Mayor of New York City, Bill de Blasio, the Office of the Mayor is dedicated to making sure every child gets a great education, protecting our streets and our communities, and building a city where New Yorkers from all five boroughs can start businesses, raise their families, and afford to live in their own neighborhoods.

This unit in the Mayor’s Office is responsible for leading the Commission on Gender Equity as well as launching a number of programs including ThriveNYC, a comprehensive mental health roadmap for New Yorkers and NYC Well, an initiative designed to provide New Yorkers with high-quality and confidential mental health care, accessible from mobile devices. Additionally, this unit is responsible for the operations and maintenance of Gracie Mansion and Gracie Mansion Conservancy.

About the Role:

The Mayor’s Office is seeking an experienced scheduler to support a senior executive. The ideal candidate for this opportunity is polished, experienced within New York City government, organized, detail-oriented and able to deftly navigate a fast-paced work environment.

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Administrative Assistant to the Chief of Staff, Office of the Queens Borough President

The Administrative Assistant will primarily be responsible for assisting the Chief of Staff with administrative and clerical support services in the day-to-day operations of the Borough President’s Executive Office. Responsibilities include management of briefings, special research and coordination projects, and reviewing correspondence and publication materials. Ideal candidate would be self-motivated and able to manage multiple tasks and projects simultaneously.Email resume and cover letter to



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