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Be an influencer in a way that really matters.

Early childhood educators help provide children with life-long learning skills that empower them to succeed in life. Children that participate in quality early childhood education programs before age 5 are more likely to graduate from high school, more likely to receive advanced degrees and even earn more as adults. What could be more influential than that? 

Successful childhood learning programs are dynamic, challenging, and enriching, and yes, fun. They can incorporate songs, books, games and hands-on experiences each day. Early Childhood Educators plan, organize, and initiate activities to help children develop and learn intellectually, physically, and emotionally.  

The need for early childhood educators is greater than ever. There is a mass shortage of qualified individuals to provide high quality services in the early education sector.

Interested in a Career in Early Childhood Education?

QUEST can help you reach your goal!

We can help provide the building blocks to your career in Early Childhood Education (ECE). At no cost to you, QUEST can provide: 

  • Core training courses needed to enter the childcare field. 
  • Paid work experience at a State-certified, quality Childcare facility.
  • Supportive services necessary to complete your training and work experience programs.
  • One-on-one appointment with a career counselor to assess your options and career path.
  • Professional career counseling and placement assistance.

 

See what the QUEST program can do for you. Are you in? 

Start an application to meet with a Career Counselor

 

 

ECE Providers:

QUEST Worksite Inquiry Form

 

 

Questions?

Contact us at 414-270-1717

Or send us an email!

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