Some middle school students in Long Island City got a special visit this week from a United Nations ambassador.
U.S. Ambassador Michele Sison visited seventh graders at Q-300 Thursday as a part of the UN's Junior Ambassadors Program.
She spoke about how she got started in public service.
The students got to ask questions about the UN's goals among other topics.
"Even at this age, of 11,12, 13 years-old, looking at what's going on in that broader international sphere. It's never too early." said Ambassador Sison
"I think her story was kind of, like, unique and showed, like, how people can become something great one day." said student Soumyaa Mathur
Q-300 is one of three schools in Queens that participated in the junior ambassador program.