There are a number of reasons to invest in a partnership with DTE:
Make a Donation
Your support enables DTE to sustain and build its high-quality arts programming for low-income youth that develops their artistic skills, assists them in developing key college and job-readiness skills, and encourages them to become civically engaged with their communities. To make a tax-deductible donation, visit: dtetc.org/donate.
There are many different volunteer opportunities: join us for a day on the waterfront and help out at the annual Red Hook Fest; visit our entrepreneurship/media classes to share your employment success story; join our benefit committee and help create a wildly successful annual fundraiser; or come speak to our In Transition students about your personal journey from high school to adulthood.
Work With Us
If you are a teaching artist interested in working in DTE’s arts education programs, send a resume and cover letter to DTE’s Director of Education Maria Soriano, at: firstname.lastname@example.org.