Work with Us!

8Z3A9648The nationally-recognized WMCAT Teen Arts + Tech Program is interested in partnering with local businesses and organizations on creative place making opportunities for our teen artists. Do you have an idea for working with our teens and professional teaching artists to design and create something great?

We want opportunities where students can develop their expressive skills and creative confidence, while contributing to the community through the arts. We can’t wait to hear from you!

Contact Trudy with questions or fill out this proposal form if you have a great idea. We’ve worked on murals, documentaries, photo exhibits, fashion shows, and more with partners over the years. Now it’s your turn!


Trudy Ngo-Brown

Trudy is director of the Teen Arts + Tech Program. She joined WMCAT in 2015 after four years with the Kent Intermediate School District as a Career Readiness Consultant.

Trudy has nearly 15 years of combined experience in education as a classroom teacher and teacher educator. In addition to career and workforce development issues, she has extensive experience working with English language learners (ELLs). Trudy was a teacher with Kentwood Public Schools, Chicago Public Schools, and in Japan. She earned her Bachelor of Arts in Economics from the University of Texas and her Master of Education in Instructional Leadership from the University of Illinois in Chicago.