By AMELIA HARPER Staff Writer, Rocky Mount Telegram Tuesday, March 7, 2017 A dozen students from Central Michigan University are using their spring break to do good in the Twin Counties. The group of 12 young women met Monday with staff members at the Down East Partnership for Children to learn more about the work … Read more
DEPC Awarded Federal Funds to Ensure Children a Healthy Start The Down East Partnership for Children (DEPC) has been awarded a grant to receive federal funds through the Social Innovation Fund (SIF) to improve the health of young children so they are ready to start Kindergarten fit, healthy and ready to learn. “We are excited this … Read more
STEP, United Way and Edgecombe Community College present a class designed for caregivers of children from kindergarten to third grade to provide strategies for reading!
Need somewhere to send all your gently used children’s books?! See Flyer for more details!
NC Early Childhood Foundation is looking to hire a consultant to serve as a project manager for the next phase of our NC Pathways to Grade-Level Reading work. Responses are due by February 10. Click the link for more details! http://buildthefoundation.org/2017/01/join-the-pathways-team/
The Down East Partnership for Children is now recruiting applicants for the following positions: Child Care Resource & Referral Provider Services Program Manager Family Resource Center Manager CCR&R Regional Behavior Specialist Please visit our employment page under the About Tab on our website for Job Descriptions and application submission details!
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Click here to view report! As we approach this season of Thanksgiving, we are so grateful for you and the thousands of volunteers, community leaders, parents, teachers and grandparents who make a difference every day to improve the lives of young children and families in Nash and Edgecombe counties. Our strategic work is reflected in every … Read more
Still recovering from Hurricane Matthew? Here is some holiday help….