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Early Childhood Education

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Career and Technical Education

 Marla Gleave, Dean

 Johanna Helzer

707.476.4341

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CDTC Applications now available for ECE Students

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If you work in a licensed or licensed exempt child care program you may be eligible for a stipend from the Child Development Training Consortium (CDTC). The CDTC has just converted to an online application process. See the information on how to apply below. 

This is money to support you in your education while you are working in the ECE field.  Take advantage of it!

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About Early Childhood Education

Would you like to help children explore their world, deepen their thinking and develop their social relationships? Our multifaceted program serves the college and the community in a variety of ways. Students who take our course of study will be well prepared to begin their career in an exciting and rapidly changing field by partaking in hands-on learning in our Child Development Center.

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  • Course work enables students to meet licensing requirements for teacher and director under Community Care Licensing Regulations (Title 22). College of the Redwoods courses also allow students to meet the requirements for the Child Development Permit (Title 5) at the Associate Teacher, Teacher Mentor Teacher, and Site Supervisor level. Permits are issued by the California Commission for Teacher Credentialing. Experience to meet requirements are gained in ECE 7,and 10. For more information about the Early Childhood Education Program, Child Development Permit requirements, Licensing Requirements or transferring to a University call the Early Childhood Education Program at (707) 476-4338
  • Eureka Main Campus
  • 7351 Tompkins Hill Rd
  • Eureka, CA 95501
  • 707-476-4100
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