The Michigan Association for the Education of Young Children

Welcome to MiAEYC! T.E.A.C.H. Early Childhood® MICHIGAN

April is Month of the Young Child®!

Welcom to MiAEYC

The Michigan Association for the Education of Young Children is committed to improving the education and welfare of children from birth through age eight.

MiAEYC works for young children, their families, and early childhood professionals. MiAEYC supports the professional development of its members through quality training, materials and services. Almost 3,000 early childhood educators and suppliers of children's services belong to MiAEYC in 16 affiliate chapters and 3 local chapters.

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2013 MiAEYC Early Childhood Conference

T.E.A.C.H. Early Childhood®MICHIGAN is a statewide scholarship program designed to help child care center directors, teachers, assistants and owners, and family child care providers, meet their professional development goals while continuing their current employment in licensed or regulated early childhood settings.



This is a time when communities and individuals recognize the needs and rights of young children and their families. 

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Disaster Preparedness Survey – Your Help is Needed!

Preparing for an emergency or a disaster is critical for maintaining effective and efficient early learning services for families and children.  The Early Childhood Investment Corporation is partnering with Dr. Hashikawa, a University of Michigan pediatrician and Michigan Child Care Contact for the American Academy of Pediatrics, to understand and obtain valuable information from programs and providers about their current level of disaster and emergency preparedness.  

A short survey has been created to capture opinions, readiness, and future training/education needs from programs and providers. The goal is to gain a program-wide view of preparedness. The survey will be open until April 30, 2014.

Click here to take the survey.



2014 Conference Keynote Handouts

Are you interested in the keynote handouts from the 2014 Early Childhood Conference? Take a look below and download the handouts from our amazing speakers!

Sharron Krull
Express Yourself
Math Counts and Science Matters
Oodles of Art!

Kathy Poelker
Amazing Musical Moments!
Come Sing and Dance with Me!
Rev Up your Motors!


We ask for your financial support to continue the work we do to improve the quality of education for all young children. Donate to the:

Student Leadership Fund
Jaquelyn Miller Endowment
General Operations