Early Childhood Connections provides many services to help child care professionals succeed at their business. Check out all we do!
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Early Childhood Connections provides in-service training and professional development for early childhood professionals. You can see our training calendar, and information about on-site trainings, Kickstart, Trailblazer, Membership, special events and more in this section.
Join a quality project and receive a year’s worth of special support and assistance for free! Many have stipends or grants attached. Projects change year to year so visit this section for the latest opportunities!
Mini Learning Experiences are a fun experience for the children in your care and a learning opportunity for yourself or your teachers.
Need some new toys or books to rotate in? We have a resource library that you can use to bring fresh new books, kits, games, learning activities and more to your site.
Looking to get started in the child care field? Visit this section to learn more about what you need to do and how we can help!
The Referral Service helps spread the word and keeps your vacancies filled. This free service works best with frequent updating. Update your vacancies and profile information now.
As a child care professional, you may run into a situation that is difficult to resolve. Early Childhood Connections Specialists are ready to help you tackle these situations and answer questions to help you provide a high quality learning environment for any age.
Keep previous creations safe, create new experiences and keep your business organized. We have a laminator and accu-cut machines available.
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Child Care Training Scholarships In order to help support the child care workforce during COVID 19, Child Start’s Early Childhood Connections program is awarding over 180 scholarships so child care professionals can obtain the critical training they need during these unprecedented times. Applicants must work, or be preparing to work in a licensed Child Care…
“There’s no disputing it: Being read to every day by a parent or caregiver fosters close relationships, builds vocabulary, knowledge, and early literacy skills, and helps children grow up to love reading. Don’t overlook the additional benefits of helping children learn that enjoying books independently, is good too. Children can productively spend time with books on their…
Are you looking for an opportunity to increase the quality of your child care, receive financial stipends and free training? We are currently recruiting Family/Group Child Care Homes to participate in our next Child Care Quality Initiative Project. This project enhances child care quality through coaching and professional development to support positive child interactions and…