Should ECE Become a Recognized Profession?
We Need Your Leadership

Is early childhood a profession? This may seem like a straightforward question, but to answer that question we have to answer other questions first. What does it mean to be a profession? Are early childhood practitioners willing to accept and lead the charge?

Over 350 Vermont practitioners in early childhood have engaged in conversations about professionalizing the ECE workforce. They have taken the first step in growing and taking a leadership role. We want everyone to be heard and become engaged. It starts with you joining a conversation. Let your voices be heard!

Contact Susan Titterton our Project Coordinator to request to host a face to face group conversation.

Join a webinar conversation (Tuesdays 1-2 pm, Thursday's 6-7 pm). Upcoming dates below: Register Here

March 5, 7, 12, 14, 19, 21, 26, 28 (more dates coming for April and May)

Sonja Raymond
VTAEYC Executive Director


Stacie Goffin

(National leader on ECE as a Recognized Profession and Principal of Goffin Strategy Group)

Power to the Profession
Decision Cycles 3,4,5 &6 Recommendations & Survey Opportunity

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