Professional Development and Continuing Education
ECCLPS's educational scholarships are available for higher education classes to individuals working in the field of early childhood and resides in Logan, Phillips or Sedgwick Counties thru our support from Temple Hoyne Buell foundation.
Early childhood professionals—from child care workers and preschool teachers to nurses and counselors—are the fuel that makes a comprehensive system for young children work. After families, early childhood professionals spend the most time with our youngest citizens helping them get ready for school. Credentials ensure that all professionals caring for and educating young children have the same core early childhood knowledge regardless of setting - family child care, child care centers, public schools. The Credentials help create a system of education and training that promote the optimal development and education of young children. Once you recieve your credential, ECCLPS will offer you a stipend. Stipend will be given only once per calendar year, per individual, as funding allows or is available. Stipends will be given on a first-come, first serve basis, based on the date in which the application is received in our office.
For more information, contact Dalia @ 970-526-2440 or email@example.com
Katrina Boykin at 303-866-3623
Technical Assistance and Quality Improvement Coaching
In addition to offering training and college scholarships, ECCLPS offers an array of services to support child care providers in their work with young children. ECCLPS works with both individuals providing direct care to children, including those licensed to care for children in their home, and child care program administrators. Services provided are customized to the goals of the child care program or provider, but typically include: