We are so excited to announce the Grand Prize winner of our Maryland CDA Training Initiative incentive program! Perseverance pays off! Congratulations to Ms. Kathy Lyles our Grand Prize winner!!!
In collaboration with the CDA Council and Maryland Family Network, ChildCareEd launched this pilot back in July and to date, 84 people have completed the training within the timeframe agreed to with the CDA Council.
Today our grand prize winner has earned up to $1,000 in #classroom materials/ supplies.
Perseverance, often defined as steadfastness in doing something despite difficulty or delay in achieving success, is a quality that can truly transform lives. In the realm of #early-childhood education, where dedicated professionals strive to enhance their skills and make a positive impact on young minds, perseverance becomes a cornerstone for success. ChildCareEd's recent success story exemplifies this virtue, as Ms. Kathy Lyles not only completed the 30-hour CDA training in record time but is now eligible to receive her CDA Credential and has also clinched the prestigious grand prize.
The Importance of Perseverance in Early Childhood Education:
In the field of #early-childhood-education, professionals play a vital role in shaping the foundation of a child's learning and #development. Pursuing additional training and certifications, such as the Child Development Associate (CDA) Credential, is a testament to their commitment to providing high-quality care and education. However, the journey toward such qualifications is not always easy, and obstacles may arise along the way.
Perseverance is crucial in overcoming these challenges, and it often separates those who merely aspire from those who achieve greatness. ChildCareEd recognizes the significance of this trait and has been a driving force in supporting #educators through initiatives like the CDA Training Initiative Grant.
The Inspiring Journey of ChildCareEd's CDA Training Initiative Grant Participant:
Our spotlight is on a remarkable individual who, against all odds, completed the demanding 30-hour CDA training in an unprecedented timeframe. Ms. Lyes's dedication and unwavering commitment to her professional development not only positioned her as eligible to receive the coveted CDA Credential but also secured her a well-deserved spot as the winner of ChildCareEd's grand prize.
The Accelerated Learning Experience:
ChildCareEd's CDA Training is designed to empower #early-childhood-educators by providing them with the tools and resources needed to excel in their roles. The accelerated nature of the program, while challenging, encourages participants to push their boundaries and discover the depth of their capabilities.
The Ripple Effect on Early Childhood Education:
The success story of ChildCareEd's grant participant is not only a testament to her achievements but also highlights the broader impact of perseverance on the field of early childhood education. As professionals strive for excellence, their commitment to ongoing training and education creates a ripple effect, positively influencing the quality of care and education provided to young children.
ChildCareEd's CDA Training Initiative Grant participant's journey is an inspiring tale of perseverance, resilience, and the pursuit of excellence in early childhood education. As she stands on the brink of receiving her well-deserved CDA Credential and basking in the glory of the grand prize, her story serves as a beacon of hope for educators navigating their paths. The importance of perseverance in the face of challenges cannot be overstated, and the transformative power it holds is evident in the lives touched by ChildCareEd's initiatives. This success story resonates as a reminder that with dedication and determination, the possibilities for personal and professional growth in the field of early childhood education are limitless.
If you are excited to take this step in your career to earn your CDA Credential FREE, the CDA Council and Maryland Family Network will be accepting applications on a first come, first serve basis through January.