Dance Teachers United
Mississippi, Louisiana, Alabama, Florida, Arkansas, Tennessee, Texas, Georgia, Virginia, Texas

The Premiere Nonprofit Organization for Dance Teachers
Dedicated to the Needs of Dance Teachers Across the South


   

   

Call Us Today about Dance Workshops and Conventions * College Scholarships * Dance Competitions


Click here to read Blake's recent interview for Dancer Universe!

Please click here to view letter from DTU President Blake Coheley.

 Please visit the "Studio/Member Info" page on right for information about joining DTU!


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Contact us at Dance Teachers United. I would like to welcome everyone to Dance Teachers United. Ours is an exciting nonprofit organization is geared toward studio dance teachers throughout the south. We would like to offer to you top teachers for conventions, quality dance competitions, and provide scholarships to Dance Teachers United member students. In 1992 dance teachers from Mississippi, gathered in Jackson, Mississippi, to form a board for a nonprofit educational dance training association. The newly appointed board named the dance organizational association Dance Teachers United. Since DTU had no affiliated chapters, the member teachers felt the need to invite teachers from all over the South. Please feel free to contact us directly through this site about joining DTU or about any of our exciting events scheduled through out the year. This Website is constantly changing so please check back often for updates and additions. Ours is a member based organization that can benefit all teachers of the art of dance. We do offer non-members special privileges as well, but member teachers receive a substantial discount to all events. Please visit our "about us" page to find out more about DTU. Thanks and I look forward to hearing from you - Blake Coheley - Current President of DTU


Contact Us Today. Dance Teachers United is a Non-Profit Organization
Geared Toward the Special Needs of Dance Teachers, Studio Owners and Directors - Providing Quality and Entertaining Dance/Talent Competitions of Excellence - Focusing on Outstanding Workshops and Conventions with the Finest Instructors and choreographers from all over the world and bringing diverse methods of instruction to all - and offering Dance Scholarships to Member Students.

Please be advised to all members, non-members, vendors and friends of Dance Teachers United, that Jennifer has decided to step down as our administrative assistant.  DTU will begin the process of looking into the feasibility of keeping this position or dissolving it.  PLEASE NOTE THE ADDRESS CHANGES FOR ALL ENTRIES AND CONVENTION WORK ON YOUR BROCHURES. If you need assistance with anything please feel free to call Beverly Smith at 601-825-6526 or Blake Coheley at 504-451-5538, both have voice mail and will be returning calls as fast as they can.  You can always email Blake at neonblake@aol.com or clicking on the link below.  Our very best to Jennifer and her family as she continues on.  We have certainly enjoyed your organization skills and your smile!!  And thanks to everyone else for your understanding while we continue to serve the very best we can in this economy.  Having to a run a non-profit with hurricanes, oil spills the condition of the economy is trying enough, but we are striving to continue to do business as usual for you and your studios.




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