Webinar

Growing County Economies with Stronger Child Care Systems

Oct. 19, 2021 , 2:00 pm – 3:15 pm
Contact Arabella Pluta-Ehlers (202) 942-4227
  • Event

    Growing County Economies with Stronger Child Care Systems

    Accessible, affordable child care is essential for a strong workforce and thriving local economy. Improving and expanding early learning facilities – the physical spaces where children learn, play and grow – can increase access to high quality child care and enable parents to participate in the labor force. Join NACo and the National Children’s Facilities Network to learn how counties can include early learning infrastructure investments in broader economic development efforts.

    View webinar recording

    View Breakout Session 1: Models for Supporting Childcare Infrastructure with Kent County, Michigan

    View Breakout Session 3: Identifying Spaces and Places for Development with Coastal Enterprises, Inc. (CEI) Maine.

    View Breakout Session 4: Building Partnerships with Key Stakeholders with San Mateo County, California

     

     

    Recording for Breakout Session 2 is not available. Please explore the resources below to learn more about Buncombe County, N.C.

    Buncombe County Early Childhood Education Development Fund

    • Early Childhood and Development Committee Info
    • Contact: Rachael Nygaard

    Buncombe County Partnership for Children 

    • Sustaining Facility Quality Program
    • Workforce Development Program (collaborative program to create and sustain a pipeline of child care professionals)
    • Contact: Tasha Lewis

    Accessible, affordable child care is essential for a strong workforce and thriving local economy.
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Accessible, affordable child care is essential for a strong workforce and thriving local economy. Improving and expanding early learning facilities – the physical spaces where children learn, play and grow – can increase access to high quality child care and enable parents to participate in the labor force. Join NACo and the National Children’s Facilities Network to learn how counties can include early learning infrastructure investments in broader economic development efforts.

View webinar recording

View Breakout Session 1: Models for Supporting Childcare Infrastructure with Kent County, Michigan

View Breakout Session 3: Identifying Spaces and Places for Development with Coastal Enterprises, Inc. (CEI) Maine.

View Breakout Session 4: Building Partnerships with Key Stakeholders with San Mateo County, California

 

 

Recording for Breakout Session 2 is not available. Please explore the resources below to learn more about Buncombe County, N.C.

Buncombe County Early Childhood Education Development Fund

Buncombe County Partnership for Children