Annetta Rutland is 4C for Children’s walking historian. Not because she is an avid reader of history but because she has lived and contributed to that history over the past 40 years as an employee—a rare accomplishment in today’s world where the average employee changes jobs every five years. Read More about Annetta Rutland Celebrates 40 Years With 4C »
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Family child care providers have another tool at their disposal to help them earn a Step Up To Quality rating!
The One-Star Tool for Family Child Care (www.4cforchildren.org/getmystar) is now live on the 4C for Children website. It offers the opportunity for unrated child care professionals to independently navigate the steps needed to apply for a one-star Step Up To Quality rating. Read More about A New Tool to Help Achieve SUTQ Goals »
Every child should have access to books.
That’s a core belief of Alex and Hannah Laman and it’s what led them to found Adopt A Book, a local nonprofit organization that works to ensure children in need have access to books—and have books of their own. Read More about Loveland sophomores receive Champions for Children: The Next Generation Award »
What does child care have to do with employers? A lot more than many realize.
Mike Sipple, Jr., invited 4C President/CEO Vanessa Freytag to be his guest on this week’s Talent Magnet Institute Podcast, where they talked about the Cliff Effect, child care, and why business owners need to start paying attention…today. Read More about Child Care and The Cliff Effect with Vanessa Freytag »
4C for Children has received a $100,000 grant from the L&L Nippert Charitable Foundation to help local child care programs become quality rated. Grant funds will help Southwest Ohio child care providers involved in 4C’s Ramp Up For Quality program receive the training and coaching necessary to achieve an Ohio Step Up To Quality (SUTQ) rating. Read More about 4C receives grant from L&L Nippert Charitable Foundation »
4C for Children has received a $30,000 grant from the Vectren Foundation to help increase the number of quality rated child care programs in Fayette and Clinton counties. The State of Ohio has mandated that all child care providers must be quality rated by June 30, 2020, to maintain their license and serve children receiving child care subsidy. Read More about 4C for Children receives grant from Vectren Foundation »
Sandra Woodall has been appointed by Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin to a three-year term on the Kentucky Child Care Advisory Council. Woodall serves as a team leader in 4C for Children’s Quality Programs department and leads the 4C for Children Northern Kentucky team based in Covington. Read More about 4C NKY Team Leader Appointed to Governor’s Advisory Council »
4C for Children will once again honor “Champions for Children: The Next Generation” with its eighth annual youth award. The award celebrates a high school project led and implemented by students in grades 9-12 who are taking action on behalf of children)—locally or abroad. Read More about 4C Seeks Applications for Annual High School Youth Award »
4C for Children will honor Kim Chiodi and Dr. O’dell Owens as Champions for Children at the 13th annual Champions for Children Gala on Saturday, March 16, 2019, at JACK Cincinnati Casino. In addition, 4C will present the Sallie Westheimer Community Impact Award posthumously to the family of Dr. Dorothy June Sciarra, a longtime leader in early childhood education in the region. Read More about 4C Announces Champions for Children »