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Become an ECHO site!
The next opportunity for Colorado licensed child care centers and preschools to apply to become an ECHO site will be available on March 2. Applications will be due on April 3.
Example applications from 2019 are available below:
Join our Family Child Care Cohort!
New in 2020, we are hosting a learning cohort for family child care providers to take a deep dive into best practice in outdoor learning environments. Selected family child care providers will participate in the Early Childhood Outdoor Learning Environments online certificate program offered through North Carolina State University and receive additional resources, personalized design assistance, and ongoing program planning through in person meetings and web-based presentations. Selected family child care providers will also receive grant funds to implement changes to their outdoor spaces as learned in the online certificate program.
The application to join the cohort will be available on March 9 and will be due on April 10
Want to learn more about this opportunity? 2020 Family Child Care Professional Learning Cohort Informational Webinars will occur on:
Join our Early Childhood Coach Cohort!
We will be hosting a learning cohort for early childhood coaches this fall. Application materials will be available in June.
Thank you for considering employment with ECHO. There are no available positions at this time, but please check back for future career opportunities.
Let's make a difference together. ECHO has a variety of meaningful ways to get involved. If you have a passion for our mission, we'd love to put your time and talent to work.
Currently we are seeking volunteers to:
Have a question, idea, or request? We'd love to hear from you. Drop us a line.
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You don't have to travel far to join us for an event. Attend an upcoming event with one of our regional centers.