ECE Workforce Resources
Below are resources for the Early Childhood Education Workforce.
Academic Counselors are available at the Child Development & Family Studies Dept to develop Educational Plans for all current and potential CCSF students. Educational plans (ED PLANS), including graduation, certificate and transfer plans should be updated annually.
Similiar Financial Opportunities like SF SEED
"The San Mateo County QRIS Teacher Stipend Program (formerly known as the AB 212 Teacher Stipend) is funded through a variety of grants from the California Department of Education (CDE) and is administered by the San Mateo County Child Care Partnership Council (CCPC) at the San Mateo County Office of Education. It is an incentive program designed to encourage early childhood education teachers working in San Mateo County centers to pursue training and education, and to remain in the field of early childhood education."
"The primary goal of the AB212 Project is to build a skilled and stable workforce, and to provide high-quality early care and education and services through state subsidized child care programs. The program is designed to retain qualified educators by providing professional development supports with financial compensation. Funding for this project is generated from Assembly Bill 212. The Alameda County AB212 Project allocates funding to eligible sites in Alameda County."
City College of San Francisco is FREE to San Francisco residents (who can also verify California residency). For information, contact FREE CCSF at http://www.ccsf.edu/freecity
Resources for Students at Community Colleges that want to Transfer:
City College of San Francisco Transfer Center - SF State counselor available
Learning Assitance Center (LAC) at San Francisco State University
Campus Academic Resource Program (CARP) at San Francisco State University
California Child Development Permit Resources:
There are multiple levels of the California Child Development Permit, for more information about the California Child Development permit please visit the Commision of Teacher Credentialing Website.
The Child Development Training Consortium (CDTC) has funds for paying for application fees associated with permit applications, renewals and upgrades. For more information and details please visit their website.
The Professional Development Project (PDP) housed within the Child Development Department at City College of San Francisco (CCSF) approves and submits Child Development Permit applications on behalf of the Commission on Teacher Credentialing. Reduced processing fees and support often available through a partnership between CDTC and CCSF. For more information, workshops and permit appointments please contact them at 415-452-5605, visit MUB 249 at the CCSF Ocean Campus, 50 Phelan Ave., SF or visit their website at www.ccsf.edu/cdev . PDP advisors also conduct workshops at San Francisco State University each month. Contact Wendy Yu at email@example.com for a schedule of Child Development Permit workshops held in Burk Hall, SFSU.
The CDTC Training Portal Search is a tool to find professional development and courswork opportunities, for example: online courses, tranings, workshops, webinars, etc.
This page was last updated on October, 2017