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FALL 2019

CDA Resource Day

We are happy to announce the next CDA Resource Day training is Saturday, November 23rd at the Crowne Plaza, Grand Rapids. This full-day training event is FREE to registered providers and provides valuable training to prepare candidates applying for a CDA.


Star Rating Stipend

Do you work in a star-rated program? Participating in T.E.A.C.H. is a cost-effective way to increase staff education and move your program along the Star-Rating platform. Scholarship recipients and sponsors both receive a $150 Star Rating Stipend each semester.


Scholarship Costs

Wondering what going to school with T.E.A.C.H. actually costs? Or maybe wondering what it will cost to sponsor an employee? We've got a great tool that takes the guess work out of it for you. Check out our Average Cost flyer to find out what most T.E.A.C.H. recipients and sponsors pay.


CDA info at your fingertips

The Child Development Associate (CDA) Credential is a nationally recognized professional development opportunity for early educators working with children ages birth to 5 years old to demonstrate their knowledge, skills, and abilities in the early childhood education field. miCDA connects providers in Michigan with resources and navigation to credential attainment.

Visit www.miCDA.info for more information about the CDA attainment process.

Have you joined miRegistry? 

Store and track your employment, education and training history. Receive a Career Pathway level and have your education and training history verified. You can also access training summaries and plan your professional development.



We need your voice at our upcoming Michigan AEYC Fall Legislative Luncheon! YOU are the experts in the field, and we want YOU to share your stories at the Fall Legislative Luncheon on Wednesday, October 16, 2019 in Lansing. Gain new tools to support your advocacy skills and learn about the legislative process. Connect with policy makers over lunch while sharing the importance of the early childhood field. Learn how you can be part of the conversation to advance the America for Early Ed campaign in 2020. For information on getting financial support to attend, e-mail advocacy@miaeyc.org.


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Early educators and families work every day to make a difference in the lives of young children. NAEYC works to support these remarkable individuals by amplifying their voices, and passionately advocating for what we know to be right for children, their families, and educators. When you join NAEYC, you also join our state affiliate, Michigan AEYC. Members can access national resources and local offerings, online communities, publications, discounted professional development trainings, and more.

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