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Is Early Childhood Education right for you?

Are you excited about supporting children and their families? Are you open to new ideas and willing to embrace change? Do you value growth and reflection? Are you equity minded? Then exploring a pathway in Early Childhood Education may be for you!

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Advocacy in Early Childhood Education

Part of being an early childhood professional is being an advocate on behalf of children, families, and the profession in order to ensure that their rights are respected and valued.


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Salary & Labor Market Information

Early Childhood Educators are in demand! To find out about a career in Early Childhood Education, click on the LEARN MORE button below. Other helpful links:
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Why Study ECE at College of the  Canyons?


  • Flexible schedule: Enroll in courses at your pace
  • Program has strong faculty leadership, guidance, and vision
  • Program requires field work, you leave with experience in the classroom
  • Courses offered in traditional classroom setting and hybrid (combination of face-to-face and online)
  • Courses offered in the evening to accommodate the working student
  • Rewarding professional career attainable with a degree in two years
  • Certificates with a variety of emphases that can be earned in as little as two terms

 


 

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The National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) is a professional membership organization that works to promote high-quality early learning for all young children, birth through age 8, by connecting early childhood practice, policy, and research.  Select this link to Learn more about NAEYC.