Tag: provider resources

Introducing STEM Saturdays!

| June 15, 2015
Introducing STEM Saturdays!

Arizona Center for Afterschool Excellence is excited to debut STEM Saturdays, a new science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) resource for out-of-school time providers!

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June Fatherhood Forum

| May 29, 2015
June Fatherhood Forum

Child Crisis Center invites fathers, male caregivers, and professionals to the Community Forum on Fatherhood coming up on June 4th from 5:00 to 8:00 pm at the Mesa Community College. For more information and registration click HERE.

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Coconino Youth Fellowship Opportunity

| May 29, 2015
Coconino Youth Fellowship Opportunity

Inspire Arizona is a youth civic leadership program that empowers students to improve their communities through voter registration, civic participation, civil discourse, and community action. Inspire Arizona offers a yearlong fellowship opportunity to at least three students from each high school and it would be great to have more students from Coconino County! Rising juniors and seniors […]

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CORRECTION – Literacy Enrichment Grants – Pre Application Meeting June 2nd

| May 28, 2015
CORRECTION – Literacy Enrichment Grants – Pre Application Meeting June 2nd

The 2015 Literacy Enrichment Grant cycle is now open! The United Way of Northern Arizona is accepting applications for Early Literacy Enrichment Grants. The Pre-application meeting for the United Way of Northern Arizona 2015 Literacy Enrichment Grants was changed to Tuesday, June 2nd instead of Wednesday, May 27th. The meeting will be held at 6:00 pm at United Way of Northern Arizona 1515 E Cedar Ave Ste D-1.

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Reminder: ACE Trauma Spring Workshop TODAY at 1pm

| May 27, 2015
Reminder: ACE Trauma Spring Workshop TODAY at 1pm

The Arizona Trauma Institute in collaboration with the AZ ACE (Adverse Childhood Experiences) Consortium is offering a free training to community members and professionals: “Being Trauma Sensitive: What you need to know to create a better life for children and families” The only cost is that you bring someone (parent, neighbor, foster-parent, friend, co-worker, etc.). Dr. […]

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Seeking Donations/Contributions

| May 24, 2015
Seeking Donations/Contributions

The Hopi Early Intervention Program will be hosting a Free Clothing Event for Families in Need and we are seeking donation of gently used or new clothes for children ranging in age from BIRTH to 10 years old.  Any other baby items are also appreciated.  Items may be dropped off at the Hopi Office of Special Needs […]

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Northern Arizona Suicide Prevention Conference

| May 24, 2015
Northern Arizona Suicide Prevention Conference

Native Americans for Community Action, Inc. is pleased to announce their Annual Northern Arizona Suicide Prevention Conference will be held on July 13th & July 14th, 2016.

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More Information from ASCCAZ

| May 24, 2015
More Information from ASCCAZ

Information from Association for Supportive Child Care AZ (ASCCAZ) Early Child Care Training Course starts June 1; seating is limited Yavapai College, in conjunction with Arizona Department of Economic Security, will conduct a no-cost intensive introductory cource titled “Early Child Care Professional Training.” The class will meet at the Sunnyside Center Head Start Training Center, 1825 […]

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Registration for the FTF Early Childhood Summit is Now Open

| May 24, 2015
Registration for the FTF Early Childhood Summit is Now Open

  Early registration is now open for the First Things First Early Childhood Summit 2015. The Summit is a unique opportunity for early childhood professionals, stakeholders and supporters to meet, learn and share strategies that help kids be ready for school and set for life. Register now at a reduced rate. Here’s a preview: Visit summit.azftf.gov to learn […]

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Read On Flagstaff’s Literacy Enrichment Grants

| May 24, 2015
Read On Flagstaff’s Literacy Enrichment Grants

The 2015 Literacy Enrichment Grant cycle is now open! The United Way of Northern Arizona is accepting applications for Early Literacy Enrichment Grants. Regulated and unregulated child care providers are invited to apply for funds to enhance children’s literacy through activities in the focus areas of professional development, curriculum development and/or parent involvement. The United […]

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