Are you working with children while going to school?
Reimbursement Monies Available for taking Child Development/Education/General Education classes leading to a Child Development
The Child Development Training Consortium (CDTC) is pleased to announce that the 2021-2022 ECE Educational Support Grant (ESG) application is available. Please share this news with your students. This program provides support for specific educational expenses to students attending California Community Colleges. Students pursuing a career in early childhood or child development, MAY be eligible to apply for the new Educational Support Grant. All eligibility criteria included in the application.
The students can access the ESG application at childdevelopment.org.
Priority 1 Employees of all direct-funded CDSS/CCDD programs including center- based programs and family child care network programs or center- based programs with satellite family child care providers. This also includes co-located Head Start Programs. Employees of any program, center-based or licensed family child care homes, that serve children on a voucher basis for Alternative Payment services. Employees of all other programs including center-based and licensed family child care homes.
Priority 2 Students who are not currently employed (as described in the above Priority 1 requirement) who are enrolled in a three-unit ECE/CD Practicum/Student Teaching course.
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