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Child Care - Preschool
& After School Programs
With an increasing number of families with both parents working full time outside of the home and single family head of households, child care becomes an even more important consideration.
There are private and publicly run not-for-profit programs available through schools, churches, park & recreation departments, and a stand alone for-profit businesses.
Every community should have a program that provides services for our youngest and oldest members. Each group needs an environment that enriches their lives by supporting the continued development of their social, physical, and mental abilities.
Ideally a comprehensive recreational center will be able to partner with a local university to develop a program of positive learning experiences that can utilize advanced university students who will help to staff the various programs to acquire hands on practice experience under the direction of their professors and experienced staff personnel.
Visit the Child Care program at USC web site.
UC San Diego Child Care Program UC San Diego offers full-time child care programs at the Early. Childhood Education Center and a part-time child care program at the Mesa Child Development Center.
Ann Arbor School Age Child Care Program Community Education and Recreation offers child care programs in the Ann Arbor Public Schools, including before and after school care.
Child Care Program access allows parents enroll in school. This program supports the participation of low-income parents in post secondary education through the provision of campus based child care.
The following examples provide an overview of what can be offered to expand the educational, social, and athletic opportunities that are offered in most public, charter, and religious schools:
Elementary School Programs
Middle and High School Programs
A win-win situation can be achieved if a seniors activity center is also held at the same facility as active retired members of a community are a real asset whose years of life experiences and skills can form a foundation for a volunteers assisting pre-school and school age children.
Sources of potential Child Care Providers include the following:
Making the decision to become a nonprofit child care provider ...
Nonprofit centers may qualify for higher levels of reimbursement for participation in the Child and Adult Care Food Program.
How to Start a Nonprofit Child Care Center | eHow.com
Profit Or Non-Profit Child Care
Learn about the difference between profit and non profit child care centers and how to choose the right center for your child.
For-Profit Versus Non-Profit Childcare Providers - Associated ...
Feb 4, 2008 ... When considering childcare options, it is important to look at the organization's financial structure, including those that are "for-profit"
Why Child Care (aka Day Care) is a Non-Profit Enterprise, ...
May 28, 2008 ... Tags: child care, day care, Minnesota Supreme Court, nonprofit status, ... By disallowing nonprofit child care centers to benefit from non-profit tax laws
Administrative models in profit and nonprofit child care ...
Comparison of the profit and non-profit child care centers in this study. The rationalistic model is characterized by bureaucracy and a hierarchy of
Starting a Child Care Center: Funding and Information ...
Each type has advantages and disadvantages to consider in establishing a child care facility along with the decision to establish either a nonprofit or for
Childcare Worldwide. A non-profit child Sponsorship Faith ...
Childcare Worldwide (CCW), formerly, Childcare International (CCI) is a registered 501(c)3 non-profit organization. Contributions are fully tax deductible.
The Y: Youth Development
That's why child care at the Y is about more than looking after kids. ... Through leadership and academic enrichment programs such as mentoring,
The following internet links have been gleaned from personal communications
combined with information from public institutions and athletic organizations/
associations that have a web presence with information concerning team and
individual sports programs:
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