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Volunteers
the Bread
and Butter
of DCET

Volunteer 
Opportunities

Ms. Silvana Ursola, ESL Volunteer Teacher,  whose services will always be greatly Appreciated!
 THANK YOU for caring for your students!

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Our programs and events are supported by more than 150 volunteers who work every year with passion and dedication

These are DCET's Volunteer Opportunities:

Research, Strategic Planning - Marketing, Social Media  
Management, Administration - Teaching, Community and Special Events, Board Membership

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Creemos en nosotros mismos

“Life’s most persistent and urgent question is, what are you doing for others?” –

Martin Luther King, Jr.

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Volunteerism is one of the most selfless acts that we can become involved in.  Nonprofits around the world need more volunteers to carry out their missions and make the biggest difference possible.

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Precious Volunteers at DCET assist in our learning centers' needs and at our Special Events

  • College students

  • Jr. High School Students

  • High School Students

  • Community Volunteers

  • ​Organizations and churches who would like to participate in group projects

  • Court Mandated volunteers are welcome!

Requirements:

The YIC (Youth in College) Prep College Program at DCET

College preparatory is a program at DCET that HELPS prepare high school students for college. This program also helps parents understand how important it is to prepare their children for admission to college, stay there and graduate.  All schools should adopt a college preparatory program but sometimes this does not happen. 
We at DCET assist interns for college success finding scholarship opportunities.
Our Internship program is  a win/win situation where students, their parents and DCET have mutual benefits.  One of the benefits is to offer parents the opportunity to study, ESL, GED, Citizenship and Computer classes free. This program links families to other empowering opportunities through higher education and community involvement.

Eligibility & Selection Criteria to receive a

PLATON LERMA/DIRK STRICKLIN College Scholarship:

  • Eligible applicants must be graduating seniors from High School in the Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas area.

  • A good standing student.

  • A U.S. citizens or documented legal residents of the United States.

                                Selection criteria includes:

  • Aspirations and ideals as expressed in an essay.

  • School AP enrollment.

  • Demonstrate Leadership Skills.

  • 100 hours of Community Volunteer Hours at DCET.

Send Whatssap text: 214-587-1983

or, email us: dcenti1@sbcglobal.net

 
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