#1819AF04 Manager of Child Development Services
Have you ever thought about taking your childhood development admin skills to the next level on a college campus? As Manager of Child Development Services at Hayes Child Development Center, located on the Clover Park Technical College campus, you will step up to more education, community and student parent support. You will be responsible for managing the daily operations of this high quality center, and work alongside the Center Director in meeting Early Achievers, NAEYC and CPTC standards; as well as perform other duties in her absence.
Successful candidate will work well under stress, be a self-starter who needs minimal direction in the day to day functionality of the Center, but understands when to seek guidance and/or delegate responsibilities. Must be tech savvy, quick thinking, creative, flexible, approachable, empathetic, with a great memory for detail and a natural ability to work well with young children and their families.
The Hayes Child Development Center at Clover Park Technical College’s Lakewood campus provides services for children, ages four weeks to five years, giving student parents a quality environment for their children to learn and develop School Readiness Skills for success in life. Childcare professionals build relationships with student parents who can experience a safe and supportive environment where basic needs and resources are available to ensure their families’ success at school and at home. Employees are “key” in the success of what we do.
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Tuesday September 18, 2018 at 3pm
Sponsored by WA-FACSE and Precision Exams
- Exams and Certifications Available
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Career Skills Exams and Certifications related to FCS include:
- Food & Nutrition
- Food Service/Culinary Arts
- Nutrition & Wellness
- Child Development
- Early Childhood Education
- Leadership Principles
- Adult Roles & Responsibilities
- Adult Roles & Financial Literacy
- Designer Sewing/Fashion Design
- Fashion Strategies
- Interior Design
- Interpersonal Relationships
- Personal Financial Responsibility
- 21st Century Success Skills
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Tuesday, September 11, 2018
9:00AM – 1:00PM
Whidbey Island Nordic Lodge Hall, Coupeville
Boards play an important role in the success of any organization. They move forward an organization’s mission, and they steward the assets and relationships of that organization to keep it out of harm. Strengthening the practice of nonprofit boards within a community will lead to more effective and sustainable results as that community addresses poverty, education, the environment and other critical issues.
This interactive, hands-on workshop will cover board responsibilities, operations, development, fundraising, and advocacy. It is based on the Boards in Gear resources developed in partnership with some of our state’s leading board experts. You will leave with concrete action steps, tools, and connections.Strengthening the practice of nonprofit boards within a community will lead to more effective and sustainable results as that community addresses poverty, education, the environment and other critical issues.
Who Should Attend
This workshop is designed for board members and the people who work with them, namely executive directors and program staff. It offers ideas for new board members and those who have served for a long time. It is appropriate for organizations of all sizes, whether they have staff or not.
Washington Nonprofits is pleased to offer its members a discounted price. If you are interested in becoming a member, please find more information here.
$15 Members of Washington Nonprofits (Check the Member Resources Page for the Member-only Promo Code)
Cost should not be a barrier to participate. Please contact us if you have any requests, concerns, or questions.
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OSPI CTE Department will grant up to 750.00 to 20 teachers school districts. These funds are to be used to reduce the costs of participating in the Careers in ed. training to be given at the WA-ACTE conference to be held at the Davenport Hotel in Spokane Washington, August 5-8, 2018.
Please fill out grant application b by Friday, June 28 at 4:00 PM to Mary Nagel.
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Summer Educator’s Culinary Workshop is coming up on June 25-27, 2018– Registration is now open!
This summer educator institute will focus on the Farm to Table cooking movement, sustainability practices and other related food sourcing issues. Class will be visiting farms, purchasing ingredients, creating menus based on fresh harvested ingredients. Then the group will prepare the menus for lunch tasting. We will end the three day session with brainstorming session on writing lesson plans to use in class rooms for farm to table and sustainability practices.
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Take a deep dive into what it takes to STEMIFY your FCS program! Where the Part I webinar–“Teaching STEM Through FCS Education” answered the “why” FCS is linked to STEM, the follow up webinar will walk you through the “how”—how to build the mindset for STEM lesson planning, content connections, and administration support. Get a head start on next year’s planning with these steps to STEMIFY your lesson plans! Read more
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Washington State University Extension is offering the ServSafe Manager Certification training for teachers, food service managers, culinary instructors, students and other individuals who have responsibility for teaching, learning or implementing best practices in food safety and food preparation.
Food safety training is a commitment, a mindset and a smart business practice for everyone involved in food preparation or food service operations. Trained people in the food business support safe food handling practice.
- Date: Sunday, October 21, 2018
- Location: Washington Annual FCS Conference
- Great Wolf Lodge – Centralia, WA
- Time: 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. (includes testing)
ServSafe is a nationally recognized, comprehensive food safety training and certification program for anyone involved in food preparation or the food service industry. The training includes the latest updates in food safety and best practices used in the industry to implement critical food safety procedures. It is the highest standard in food safety training and certification to keep food safe and protect the public from foodborne illness. In addition to learning about preventive measures to keep food safe, the course also includes crisis management and handling emergency situations. ServSafe training is an opportunity to obtain nationally accredited food safety certification from the National Restaurant Association.
The cost for this course is $130 and includes the textbook and test. Each participant needs his/her own textbook. Pre-study is highly recommended. Upon receipt of registration money, the textbook will be mailed to you. Successful completion of the course includes a ServSafe certificate for 5 years.
Please fill out the registration form below and mail to WSU Extension with your payment. Registration should be received by October 1 to assure a textbook and ample study time. Class size is limited to 25 people.
If you have any questions about the class, please contact Margaret at 509.745.8531 or email@example.com.