Did you miss the NH Gubernatorial Forum on Young Children? Check out what happened!
On Monday, August 27th, Spark NH and over 50 co-hosts held the 2018 Gubernatorial Forum on Young Children. Spark NH had the opportunity to have the event videotaped and transcribed for anyone who was unable to attend. The full transcript and video links are below.
Child Care Aware of New Hampshire is looking for dynamic new team players to join our ranks. If you are interested in a rewarding and fun position that helps families find high quality child care and assists early childhood programs with quality professional development and technical assistance (coaching and mentoring) then this is the place for you!
Child Care Aware of New Hampshire is seeking:
Training and Technical Assistance Specialist:
Facilitates training opportunities.
Provides targeted technical assistance to early childhood professionals.
Provides support services and consumer education for families in selecting child care.
Multiple positions available
Looking for more information or to apply to one of our employment opportunities? Go to www.snhs.org.
Child Care Aware of NH Contact Information
Need Help? Support? Call our Training and TA Lines!
Main Toll Free Line: 1-855-393-1731
Bilingual Support Line: 1-855-393-1731 x 28
Regional Outreach Offices: Training & TA/Help Lines:
Southern/Main Regional Office:
Concord Regional Office:
Eastern Regional Office:
Western Regional Office:
Northern Regional Office:
(603) 578-1386, x 32
We hope you've enjoyed this edition of At-A-Glance. Look for future editions on the 15th of the month! Items for submission for At-A-Glance must be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org before the 7th of each month with the subject line "At-A-Glance".
Child Care Aware of New Hampshire also offers FREE & CONFIDENTIAL Child Care Resource and Referral Services (CCR&R) to families and early childhood professionals.
The preparation of this email was financed under a Contract with the State of NH, Department of Health and Human Services, Division of Economics and Housing Stability, Bureau of Child Development and Head Start Collaboration, with funds provided in part by the State of NH and the US Department of Health and Human Services.