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ChildCareEd and the Conference By the Sea

image in article ChildCareEd and the Conference By the SeaThe Maryland State Child Care Association (MSCCA) Conference by the Sea is quickly approaching! We encourage all Maryland child care providers to join MSCCA as they celebrate their 40th anniversary as an organization! 

If you are planning to attend the conference you will find opportunities to speak with and learn from industry experts, attend quality training, network with fellow professionals, explore excellent exhibitors, and have a chance to win one of the many raffles.

The Conference by the Sea offers 18 hours or more of MSDE approved Core of Knowledge continued training. In addition, attendees are eligible for 2 Professional Activity Units for attending a statewide conference.

ChildCareEd is a proud member of the Maryland State Child Care Association (MSCCA). We look forward to supporting MSCCA in their ongoing efforts for the advancement of professional licensed child care and learning centers in Maryland.  ChildCareEd is excited to be a part of the Maryland State Child Care Association (MSCCA) Conference by the Sea and support our Maryland child care providers. Visit the ChildCareEd booth and check out the fabulous giveaways we have for conference attendees!

We encourage all Maryland childcare providers to visit the MSCCA website to find their local MSCCA chapter. Through membership in MSCCA, providers are able to advocate for #early-childhood-education and the childcare industry and to lobby for change at the government level. Your voice matters!

The Maryland State Child Care Association (MSCCA) is an organization dedicated to supporting the child care industry in Maryland. Its primary objectives include:

  • Advocacy: MSCCA advocates for policies and legislation that support quality child care and #early-childhood education. This includes lobbying at the state level to ensure that laws and regulations support the well-being of children.
  • Networking and Collaboration: The association facilitates networking opportunities for child care professionals to connect, share ideas, and collaborate. This fosters a sense of community within the industry and allows providers to learn from each other's experiences.
  • Resources and Support: MSCCA provides resources and support to help child care providers navigate the challenges of running a child care business. This may include assistance with licensing and accreditation, business management tips, and access to resources for providing high-quality care to children.

Overall, the Maryland State Child Care Association plays a vital role in advocating for the interests of child care providers and ensuring that children in Maryland have access to #safe, nurturing, and high-quality early childhood education and care services.






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