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Current Job Opportunities

We're Hiring! The Early Childhood Council of the San Luis Valley provides a variety of employment opportunities ranging from entry-level to management-level. At ECC SLV, you will find a friendly, positive culture and collaborative working environment. Benefits include...

How You Can Contact a Member of Congress

Anytime on Tuesday, February 25, pick up the phone to call your elected officials and share some of the same messages from home that your fellow educators and advocates are sharing in person. Here’s what you can say: -As a constituent and an advocate for child care...

Parents as Teachers Family Night – December 2019

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Senate Bill 19-063

Senate Bill 19-063: Concerning a Strategic Action Plan to Address Infant and Family Child Care Home Shortages in Colorado Background Licensed infant care has been decreasing since 2010. Additionally, family child care homes, sometimes the only accessible care option...

StoryWalk®

Alamosa Public Library and the Early Childhood Council of the SLV would like to invite all parents, teachers, and caregivers to come and check out the new story at the StoryWalk® along with their children. The Early Childhood Council took on the project for the new...

ECCSLV Newsletter May 17, 2019

Working in Early Childhood Education Welcome from the Executive Director Dear Community Supporter: On Saturday, May 18, Head Start will turn 54 years old! This year is particularly special because it is also the 25th birthday of Early Head Start-which was authorized...

ECCSLV Newsletter April 25, 2019

Working in Early Childhood Education Welcome from the Executive Director Dear Community Supporter: This past week we shared an article (included below) titled, "Is Online Early-Childhood Education the Next Big Thing?" As early childhood advocates, for years we have...