• Community Partnerships
  • Annual Holiday Toy Giveaway
  • Central Brooklyn Jazz Consortium
  • Contracts
  • Social Issues
Our Partners
MS 35 The Stephen Decatur School Arts in Education engages students of all ages, teachers, parents and community members in educational arts experiences in a full range of arts disciplines, including digital, literary, performing and visual arts.
 
The Brooklyn Brownstone School
 
NYC Department of Education
 
SCO Family Dynamics Beacon @ MS 35
   
Bridge Street Development Corporation  
MY BASE Internship Program  
   
Service Learning Experience
Quest participants will learn to produce and operate this community event. They will be active participants as facilitators, escorts, distributors, servers, tech crew support and through journalistic coverage; newsletter, videotaping and photographing the event for prosperity.
The Central Brooklyn Jazz Consortium (CBJC) is an organization of venues and individuals committed to the development and preservation of Jazz and related art forms throughout the Borough of Brooklyn. Organized in 1999, the Consortium is the realization of years of discussions between representatives of Jazpazaz Preservation Society (Ms Alma Carroll), Jazz 966 (Torrie McCartney), Sistas’ Place (Viola Plummer), and SoFocus (Deacon Leroy Applin) on the importance and need for such a body.
 
 
Sub-Contract & Consultant Agreements To Deliver Musical Arts Activity
 
SCO Family Dynamics Unity Preparatory Charter School

Harlem Children's Zone--Countee Cullen Community Center

     
     
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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"Keep Going On"

Social Issues Affecting Today's Youth

 
Edwin "King Tut" Burks 1st Draft Version
       
       

 


Quest Youth Organization, Inc. PO Box 26724 Brooklyn, NY 11202 Phone: 718.928.7058

Additional Pages
Metrics
Student Achievement
Master Musicians Training
Upon The Shoulders of Our Elders
 
Quest Youth Organization programs are made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature
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