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Queens Public Library Tech Lab at Queensbridge

Business and Technology Training by Queens Public Library’s Job & Business Academy

10-43 41st Ave, Long Island City, NY 11101

For more information or to register by phone for any of these programs, call 718-990-8625.


Skills Identification Making Web Pages

Do you need help with your resume or cover letter? Learn how to identify and talk about your job-related skills in this job readiness workshop!

Monday, March 2
5:45 – 7:30pm


Accessing Census Data With American FactFinder

Learn how to search for and download census data using American FactFinder, the Census Bureau's online, self-service tool designed to search a variety of population, economic, geographic, and housing information.

Wednesday, March 4
5:45 – 7:30pm


Open Lab at the QB Tech Lab!

Join our Open Lab where a Tech Lab facilitator will be available to provide one-on-one assistance and answer questions on the following subject: LED.

Thursday, March 5
5 – 7pm


Data Visions

Data Visions is an interactive community data art experience! Come learn about how to answer interesting questions about the city you live in by creating data visualizations with art supplies! Join us and make interesting and fun arts and crafts visualizations, representing everything from the energy efficiency projects happening in New York, to the leading causes of death in our city, to how many squirrels of different species live in Central Park!

Saturday, March 7
1 – 4:30pm


3D Printing & Design 101

Ever want to know how 3D printing works? Now is your chance! Turn your sketches and ideas into 3D objects! Get trained to use our in-house 3D printer and learn the basics of 3D modeling. 3D Printing opens the doors to engineering, entrepreneurship, art, and design!

Saturday, March 7
3 – 4:30pm


Creating Impactful Resumes

Make your resume the best it can be. This workshop provides insight into what resume reviewers look for, types of resumes, what to include and exclude, and tips for making your resume stronger.

Monday, March 9
5:45 – 7:30pm


After-School Digital Drawing Circle

Do you find yourself doodling in class? Are you obsessed with drawing your favorite anime characters? Then we are looking at you! Come use our in-house iPads and turn your doodles into beautiful digital paintings, comics, animations, or collages that can be shared on social media and in portfolios.

Thursdays, March 12, 19, 26
3:30 – 4:30pm


Three-Part Google Account Series

You might already use Google for Gmail. Now learn what else your free Google account can do for your everyday life. We'll be covering calendar, maps, Drive, Docs, Sheets, Keep, and more.

Thursdays, March 12, 19, 26
5:45 – 7:30pm


Safe, Secure, and Online: Census 2020 Info Session

Do you have questions about completing next year's decennial Census? Learn about the history of the US Census, discover best practices for filling out your Census form online, and explore how QPL and the city government are working to ensure that all New Yorkers are counted.

Monday, March 16
5:45 – 7:30pm


Introduction to Microsoft Word: Part One

Learn the basic skills in Microsoft Word, and gain hands-on experience creating documents, learning Word’s main functions, and discovering many features Word provides like styling, key commands, and more. Basic computer skills are required.

Wednesday, March 18
5:45 – 7:30pm


Archiving Family Photos

Do you have boxes of family photos and documents you'd like to preserve? Maybe pictures you'd like to make copies of to send to relatives? Come to this workshop to learn how to archive old photos and documents so you can always hold on to those precious moments.

Monday, March 23
5:45 – 7:30pm


No Barriers Tech – Part 1: Introduction to Google

Learn how Google can enhance your daily routine. Set up an email account, learn how to get directions with Google Maps, and create and save documents with Google Drive. This workshop is geared towards our formerly incarcerated and justice-involved customers.

Tuesday, March 24
2 - 4pm

Register by phone or in person.


Introduction to Microsoft Word: Part Two

Learn the basic skills in Microsoft Word, and gain hands-on experience creating documents, learning Word’s main functions, and discovering many features Word provides like styling, key commands, and more. Basic computer skills are required.

Wednesday, March 25
5:45 – 7:30pm


No Barriers Tech – Part 2: Introduction to Microsoft

Become familiar with tools to create and edit documents. This workshop is geared towards our formerly incarcerated and justice-involved customers.

Tuesday, March 31
2 – 4pm

Register by phone or in person.