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Grants, Funding + Sustainability

This course will help to build skills needed to support and lead fundraising and sustainability efforts in youth-serving programs and schools.

This course will take approximately 45 minutes to complete.

This course satisfies these child care training requirements:

  • Career Development: 1. Ethics and professionalism in child care
  • Family/Community Relations: 6. Community needs assessment
  • Career Development: 6. Strategic leadership and planning
  • Career Development: 7. Financial planning
  • Career Development: 8. Marketing
  • Career Development: 9. Business practices
  • Core Knowledge and Competencies for Early Childhood Professionals: 1. Management
  • Early Care & Education Professional Development Content Areas: 2. Families - Teacher Partnerships and Community Connections
  • Early Care & Education Professional Development Content Areas: 6. Professionalism as an Early Childhood Educator
  • Early Care & Education Professional Development Content Areas: 8. Professional Development and Leadership
  • Early Care and Education Knowledge Base: 2. Family and community partnerships
  • Early Care and Education Knowledge Base: 6. Professionalism
  • Early Childhood Professional Learning Categories: 2. Leadership
  • Early Childhood Professional Learning Categories: 3. Resources
  • Early Childhood Professional Learning Categories: 6. Implementation
  • Department of Early Education & Care Standards: 2. Planning Programs and Environments for Young Children
  • Department of Early Education & Care Standards: 12. Child Care Administration
  • School Age Child Care: 3. Child Day Care Program Development
  • NYC DYCD Core Competencies for Youth Work Professionals: 5. Ability to effectively implement curricula and program activities.
  • School Age Child Care: 5. Business Record Maintenance and Management
  • Core Knowledge Areas from the Michigan Core Knowledge and Core Competencies for the Early Care and Education Workforce: 3. Family and community collaboration
  • Core Knowledge Areas from the Michigan Core Knowledge and Core Competencies for the Early Care and Education Workforce: 4. Program management
  • Core Knowledge Areas from the Michigan Core Knowledge and Core Competencies for the Early Care and Education Workforce: 8. Child care center administrative rules
  • Competencies for Early Childhood Educators and Administrators: 3. Family and community partnership
  • Competencies for Early Childhood Educators and Administrators: 6. Professional development and leadership
  • Competencies for Early Childhood Educators and Administrators: 7. Program planning and development
  • Standards of Early Learning and Development: 3. Quality Child Care and Licensing
  • Early Care and Education Professional Competency Goals for Staff: 4. Business related topics, including parental communication, recordkeeping, etc.
  • Early Care and Education Professional Competency Goals for Directors: b. Business management
  • Early Care and Education Professional Competency Goals for Directors: f. Advocacy for the Center, Parents, children and Staff
  • Quality Standards for OST Programs: 4: Leadership and Management
  • Core Knowledge and Competencies: 5. Family and Community Engagement
  • Core Knowledge and Competencies: 7. Organizational Development and Administration
  • B-3 Continuum: 5. Joint Professional Development
  • B-3 Continuum: 8. Data-driven Improvement
  • Director Annual Training: 5. Professional Development
  • All Staff Annual Training: 6. Professional Development
  • All Staff Annual Training: 7. Program Administration
  • Child Care Centers Professional Growth and Development Training Requirements: 5. Strategies to manage an effective program operation (includes business practices)
  • The National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) Training: 6. Linkages with community services
  • The National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) Training: 9. Advocacy for early childhood programs
  • The National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) Training: 10. Professional issues
  • Teachers of Early Childhood Education Subject Matter Standards: 6. Professionalism
  • Program Quality Practices: 7. Leadership and Administration
  • Program Quality Practices: 8. Professional Development
  • Early Childhood Education and Care Department: 7. Professionalism
  • Early Childhood Educator Requirements: Birth to Second Grade: 7. Professionalism
  • Early Childhood Educator Requirements: Birth to Second Grade: 8. Management and administration
  • Department of Children, Youth & Families: Child Care Provider Training Requirements: 7. Program planning and development
  • Department of Children, Youth & Families: Child Care Provider Training Requirements: 8. Professional development and leadership
  • Core Competencies for Early Childhood Practitioners: 7. Program planning, development and evaluation
  • Core Competencies for Early Childhood Practitioners: 8. Professionalism and leadership
  • Childcare Program: Continuing Education: 8. Leadership, child care administration, or mentoring
  • Childcare Program: Continuing Education: 9. Financial management
  • Childcare Program: Continuing Education: 10. Working with families
  • Department of Social Services, Child Care Services (CCS): Pathway to Professional Development: 8. Program management and regulation
  • Department of Social Services, Child Care Services (CCS): Pathway to Professional Development: 13. Professionalism
  • National Afterschool Association Competencies: 9. Program Planning and Development
  • Department of Children and Families (Annual In-Service Training): 10. Community, health and social service resources
  • Department of Children and Families (Annual In-Service Training): 18. Leadership development/program management and child care personnel supervision
  • Department of Children and Families (Annual In-Service Training): 22. Developing special interest centers/spaces and environments
  • ECE Competencies: 10. Leadership in Early Childhood Education
  • ECE Competencies: 12. Administration and Supervision
  • Early Childhood - Continuing Education: 11. Management/Administrative Education
  • Core Competencies for Early Childhood Professionals: 12. Program Management
  • Core Competencies for Early Childhood Professionals: 13. Professionalism
  • Early Childhood Education Professional Learning Standards: C. Program administration, planning, development, or management
  • Child Care Facilities: Staff Development Topics: e. Strategies to manage an effective program operation
  • Division of Early Care and Education: Staff Development: r. Business operations
  • Professional Standards and Competencies for Early Childhood Educators (PA PSCECE): Standard 2: Family-Teacher Partnerships and Community Connections
  • Professional Standards and Competencies for Early Childhood Educators (PA PSCECE): Standard 6: Professionalism as an Early Childhood Educator
  • Child Care Training & Education: Standard 4: Administration and Business Practices
  • Early Childhood Professional Development Framework: Standard VII: Engages in Professional Development
  • Early Childhood Professional Development Framework: Standard X: Provides Leadership Within School/Community/Profession
  • Department of Children & Families: Staff Training Requirements for Childcare Centers: v. Program planning and development
  • Afterschool Program Quality Guidelines: VII. Program Planning and Development

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Course Includes

  • 24 Lessons
  • 3 Topics
  • 1 Check-in
  • Course Certificate