AUBURN UNIVERSITY – The Family Child Care Partnerships program at Auburn University will soon offer early child care providers in Alabama new training opportunities to guide children’s learning, particularly in arts and sciences.
The program, a part of the Department of Human Development and Family Studies in the College of Human Sciences at Auburn, is able to expand its course offerings with the financial support of the PNC Foundation.
AUBURN UNIVERSITY – The Family Child Care Partnerships program, a part of the Department of Human Development and Family Studies in the College of Human Sciences at Auburn University, has been recognized by the National Association of Family Child Care with a Friends of NAFCC Award.
The Auburn program received the award for its support of family child care providers through mentoring, training and connecting providers with other professional organizations and for its valued partnership with NAFCC in supporting provider accreditation.
The award was presented to the Family Child Care Partnerships’ executive and managing directors, Ellen Abell and Ellaine Miller, at the NAFCC annual conference. Abell is an Extension specialist and associate professor in Human Development and Family Studies, while Miller is an academic program assistant in the department.