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Preschool Development Grant Birth-5 Funding Opportunity

This is to inform you that the Preschool Development Grant Birth through Five (PDG B-5) Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA) was posted Friday, September 7th. The PDG B-5 (FOA) solicits applications from 50 states and 6 territories. States and territories can apply for as little as $500,000 and as much as $15,000,000 for the first year of funding. Applicants have 60 days to submit an application, therefore, applications will be due by November 6, 2018. This Initial one-year grant differs significantly from the Preschool Development Grants that are presently funded. The PDG B-5 grant targets comprehensive statewide birth through five needs assessment, strategic planning, parent choice an

Office of Child Care - Child Care Program Specialist (DC)

A position opening at the Administration for Children and Families, Office of Child Care. Please see below. The Office of Child Care is pleased to announce the following job opening. We encourage eligible applicants to apply. Please share with potential qualified candidates. You may view the announcement now and apply beginning Wednesday, October 10. Child Care Program Specialist, GS-0101-13 – Washington, DC Open Date: Wednesday, October 10, 2018 Close Date: Tuesday, October 23, 2018 Announcement Link: Job Announcement Number: HHS-ACF-DE-18-10291427 NOTE: This vacancy announcement will close upon receipt of the first 150 appl

Center for Native Child and Family Resilience - Application period is still open!

The Center for Native Child and Family Resilience (the Center) is a collaboration between JBS International, Inc., the Tribal Law and Policy Institute, and Mathematica Policy Research. In partnership with the Children’s Bureau, as well as Tribal communities, we are working to honor and develop knowledge of culturally relevant practice models, interventions, and services that contribute substantively to child maltreatment prevention efforts and family resilience in Indian Country. Together we are committed to building the evidence-base of Tribal child welfare knowledge and practice through evaluation and transfer the knowledge gained from the project, to the field. On August 31, 2018 we annou

Become a Global Leader

The Global Leaders for Young Children program at the World Forum Foundation seeks to identify and develop the next generation of early childhood leaders throughout the world. Since its inception in 2004, more than 200 emerging leaders from 69 countries have participated, with many graduates currently playing major roles in shaping the early childhood policies and practices in their countries and regions. Global Leaders engage in an 18-month program, during which time they develop and implement action-oriented projects in their own communities aimed at improving the lives of young children. A carefully designed curriculum helps participants develop leadership capacity and effective advocacy s

Renew your membership!

NICCA Membership is due for renewal! Read below to learn about our revised membership terms or click here to become a member today! Already a member and need to renew? Log-in and click on renew. In 2017, NICCA reviewed and revised our membership terms to take effect for FY2019. NICCA's new membership terms are outlined below. Terms. Memberships will be 2-year memberships beginning in FY2019. Membership beginning on October 1, 2018 will expire on September 30, 2020 (FY2019-FY2020). Dues. Dues for each membership category are outlined below. Tribal CCDF Grantee membership dues are based on your current year CCDF allocation (or the most recent year published). Until final FY2019 allocations are