Equal Start Partnering Opportunities | Congregation Beth Am

Equal Start Partnering Opportunities

Equal Start Partnering Opportunities

Beth Am is now known as one of the leading faith-based institutions in San Mateo/Santa Clara counties involved in early childhood education. We have created partnerships with service providers, local government agencies and non-profit entities that are pursuing innovative approaches to reaching more young children with the advantages of high quality early childhood education. We are currently seeking to engage more members to be involved directly with such partners and to act as liaisons and conduct projects with them.

This chart was last updated on 11/8/2018. Please check back regularly for latest Opportunities. For more information, please contact equalstart-info@betham.org.

ORGANIZATION FOCUS NEXT MEETING / NEED
San Mateo Child Care Partnership Council (“CCPC”)

Plans and advocates for quality care and early education for all children in San Mateo County.

Monday, January 28, 2019
9:00 AM to 12:00 noon; San Mateo County Office of Education, 101 Twin Dolphin Drive, Redwood City 94065

Beth Am representative needs to be recruited for attending these bi-monthly meetings
Strong Start forum for advocacy in Santa Clara County Plans and advocates for quality care and early education for all children in Santa Clara County Tuesday, December 11, 2018
10:30 AM to 12:00 noon
Santa Clara County Office of Education, 1290 Ridder Park Drive, San Jose 95131

Beth Am representative needs to be recruited for attending these monthly meetings
Arranging tutoring program for students at local community colleges studying for early learning careers Defining logistics
Finding tutors
Overall project leader(s) and volunteers being recruited; expect tutors to be needed about 2 hours per week per student to be helped

 

 

 

 

 

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