School Age Child Care Regional Training Institute
The School Age Child Care Regional Training Institute, a collaborative project of the Child Care Councils of Nassau and Suffolk, funded by the NYS Office of Children and Family Services, is designed to support child care providers who care for children from 5-12 years of age in before and after school settings. This year, the Institute will be holding its first annual ‘Long Island School Age Child Care Conference’ titled, “Empowerment: You Make a Difference”. This professional development opportunity includes a selection of diverse Presenters who will share their expertise of tools and strategies to establish and support social and emotional development in school age children. Keynote speaker Justin Shaifer, kicks off the day with a dive into the ‘culturally responsive STEM curriculum.’ The conference will be open to 150 registered child care providers who will receive 6 hours of OCFS training for attending.
THANK YOU TO OUR 2019 LONG ISLAND SCHOOL AGE CONFERENCE SPONSORS:
Choice for All
Dignity of Children
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