|Partnerships Between Community Colleges and Universities and Early Head Start Projects||National Head Start Association||
The webinar will provide an overview of how partnerships between community colleges and universities and Early Head Start projects work in practice and how you can begin a partnership in your community.
|6/20/14 1:00 PM EDT||Click Here to Register|
|Funding Opportunity content and application process||Acelero Learning, the National Head Start Association, and the Early Care and Education Consortium||
The webinar will address the Funding Opportunity content and application process
*Cost: The webinar is at a cost of $99 but free to NHSA members; members can contact Emmalie Dropkin (email@example.com) for the coupon code.
|6/24/2014 2:00 PM EDT||Click Here to Register|
|Estimating the Cost of Community Hubs||BUILD Initiative||
This webinar will walk participates through the cost model and provider information on how it can be used to help your community hub design.
|6/25/2014 3:30 PM EDT||Click Here to Register|
|Fiscal Management and Budgeting||BUILD Initiative||
This webinar provides an overview of key budget requirements and expectations of the Early Head Start-Child Care Partnership Grant Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA).
|6/13/14||Click Here to View|
|Understanding the Review and Scoring Criteria of the Early Head Start/Child Care Partnership Application||BUILD Initiative||
This webinar will offer information on the requirements of the EHS-CC Partnership Application. The role of states (as applicants or applicant support) will be highlighted.
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm ET
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|Early Head Start - Child Care Partnerships: Frequently Asked Questions||Administration for Children and Families||
This session provides answers to common questions about the EHS-CC Partnerships and highlights resources available to applicants.
|5/1/14||Click Here to View|
Maximizing Resources in EHS - Child Care Partnerships/ Role of Governance in Early Head Start- Child Care Partnerships
|Administration for Children and Families||
This session describes how applicants can make sound fiscal decisions and maximize resources when there is more than one source of funding. In addition, the role of governance is explored.
|3/31/14||Click Here to View|
|Comprehensive Services Part III: Family/ Community Engagement||Administration for Children and Families||
This session highlights Early Head Start family engagement performance standards and intersections with state child care family engagement practices.
|3/28/14||Click Here to View|
|Comprehensive Services Part II: Health, Mental Health, Nutrition & Disabilities||Administration for Children and Families||
This session highlights expectations around health, mental health, nutrition and required services to children with disabilities. The role of child care health consultants is also highlighted.
|3/25/14||Click Here to View|
|Comprehensive Services Part I: Curriculum and Assessment||Administration for Children and Families||
This session highlights requirements around evidence-based curriculum, ongoing assessment, individualizing, teacher/child interactions, participating in QRIS, along with other aspects.
|3/24/14||Click Here to View|
|How State Policies Can Support Partnerships||Administration for Children and Families||
This session highlights areas of subsidy, including eligibility and continuity of care, that can support partnership efforts.
|3/20/14||Click Here to View|
|Early Head Start - Child Care Partnerships: Getting Started||Administration for Children and Families||
This session provides an overview of establishing partnerships, implementing management systems, understanding policies & requirements, facilitating ongoing communication, and sustainability planning.
|3/14/14||Click Here to View|
|Building Into the Future National Conference Call||Office of Child Care/Office of Head Start||
Listen in as representatives from the Office of Head Start and the Office of Child Care reflect on the EHS for FCC Partnership Week of 2012 and answer questions about the implementation of the project and the future of the model.
|5/11/12||Click Here to View|
|Increasing Quality Through Local Partnerships||Office of Child Care/Office of Head Start||
This webinar features the Leech Lake partnership team as they offer insight into their experiences forming local partnerships in order to implement the EHS-FCC Project.
|5/10/12||Click Here to View|
|Increasing Quality Through State Partnerships||Office of Child Care/Office of Head Start||
In this webinar, the All Our Kin partnership team from CT shares their experiences with the EHS-FCC Project and discusses successes through state partnerships and continued challenges.
|5/9/12||Click Here to View|
|Making Partnerships Work for You||Office of Child Care/Office of Head Start||
This video offers discussion on a letter from OHS and OCC that shared lessons and strategies of the EHS-FCC Project and reflects on a visit with a Family Child Care provider who was implementing that partnership.
|5/8/12||Click Here to View|
|Why Do Partnerships Matter?||Office of Child Care/Office of Head Start||
Join the Directors of the Office Head Start and the Office of Child Care as they offer a brief introduction to the Early Head Start for Family Child Care Partnership Project.
|5/7/12||Click Here to View|