Business Services / Family Child Care Network
Recruitment for the Fall 2019 Business Series has begun!
The first Business Series course will begin in October of 2019, and we are currently in search of participants! Please use the link below to apply for our business series waitlist. Please note, due to limited available space, your application does not guarantee a spot in the business series.
All Our Kin Pilot Project
For 20 years, All Our Kin has been working hard to ensure children and families have the foundation they need to succeed in school and in life. The Nebraska Early Childhood Collaborative is excited to have the opportunity to pilot a model established by All Our Kin. Over the next 18 months, NECC will provide training to family child care providers to strengthen their business practices in three Nebraska communities.
1) The first Business Series will launch in the Fall of 2019
2) The second Business series will launch in the Spring of 2020
3) One-On-One Business Coaching will launch in the Spring of 2020
Funding for the All Our Kin Pilot Project is provided by the Buffett Early Childhood Fund
The 10-session Business Series is designed to share innovative tools and strategies for supporting strong business development among family child care providers. In addition, by enhancing family child care providers’ business-related knowledge and practice, NECC Business Coaches will position family child care providers to raise business efficiency and, in turn, focus more fully on giving children the high-quality early learning experiences they need and deserve.
- Child Development
Family child care providers who complete the business series will also have the opportunity to participate in individual business coaching. During coaching, providers will get the chance to explore and apply topics from the business series to their own program for 10 weeks.
The Licensing Toolkit provides materials, mentorship, and support to help unlicensed providers meet health and safety standards, fulfill state licensing requirements, and become part of a professional community. The Toolkits include application materials, health and safety supplies, vouchers for first aid training, and curriculum materials such as educational toys and high-quality children’s books.
The Impact for Children & Families: More children in Nebraska spend the day in safe, healthy settings with access to consistent, caring relationships and high-quality learning opportunities, which lays the foundation for success in school and in life.
The Impact for Providers: Earnings increase, providers gain pride and professionalism, and they are able to serve more children, and serve them better.