Become a trainer for Denver’s Early Childhood Council! We are searching for early childhood professionals who are interested in providing trainings in English and other languages for the Denver community. Anyone who is a credentialed EC trainer or would like to become a EC credentialed trainer may apply.
JOIN A COMMITTEE
Denver’s Early Childhood Council hosts different committees designed to strengthen and sustain a seamless early childhood system that supports the needs of all children and their families.
Contact us to learn more about participating in any of these committees.
Our Policy Committee meets during the legislative session to monitor legislative activity and provide recommendations on proposed state and local policy. Contact us to learn more.
DENVER CCAP COLLABORATIVE
Formerly called the Denver Child Care Task Force, the Denver Child Care Assistance Program (CCAP) Collaborative was founded to provide regular opportunities for child care providers to discuss policy and funding issues that impact their programs.
The collaborative includes participants from Denver’s Early Childhood Council, child care programs large and small, community funders, and representatives from the Denver Human Services CCAP team. Contact us to learn more.
Click here to access the slide presentation from the Spring 2022 Denver CCAP Forum.
JOIN OUR PARTNER NETWORK
Denver’s Early Childhood Council provides a forum for members of Denver’s early childhood community to share important updates, coordinate and align around key priorities, and discuss issues that impact the field.
HOME VISITATION NETWORK
The Home Visitation Network meets regularly to provide Home Visitors from different programs an opportunity to network, share information and access additional resources.
The Home Visitation Network is open to any program/organization that has home visitors, regardless of curriculum provided. In Denver, there are three curriculums funded through MIECHV, including: Parents as Teachers (PAT), Home Instruction for Parents of Preschool Youngsters (HIPPY), and Nurse-Family Partnership.
Head Start and Early Head Start also have a home visitor component but are not funded through MIECHV. Representatives of these programs attend the Home Visitation Network meetings regularly.
QUESTIONS? NEED MORE INFO?
If you would like more information on getting involved with Denver’s Early Childhood Council, we’d love to hear from you!
INVEST IN DENVER’S FUTURE
When you donate to Denver’s Early Childhood Council, you help to ensure that the next generation of leaders and community members have the high-quality support they need to thrive.