Starting my career in Child Care

Children grow and thrive in an environment where close, trustworthy interactions offer love, safety and approachable relationships. A positive adult-child relationship built on these practices will increase positive outcomes at school. *

Have you ever thought about starting your own business from home as a child care provider or are you already watching kids from home? Promises for Children has so many opportunities for all current and aspiring child care providers. Whether you are licensed or providing care for a family, friend and neighbor we are here to support you! If you would like more information about how we can support you, please contact Saray Mendoza at 970-353-4300 or email childcare4weld@unitedway-weld.org.

Please check out our Promises for Children Facebook page for an updated list of our “Watching Kids from Home” sessions occurring in various locations in Weld County, as well as upcoming Pre-Licensing orientations and professional development opportunities.

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*Source: http://csefel.vanderbilt.edu/modules/module1/handout5.pdf