Early Childhood Education Club
What’s the Early Childhood club all about?
The ECEC exists to facilitate the professional development of its members through participation in a variety of early childhood activities at the local, state and national levels.
What does the club do? The club participates in a number of worthwhile activities. Members also attend conferences where we learn about the early childhood field and network with professional educators and other early childhood students. We create awareness of the issues affecting young children and their families by sponsoring events during the Week of the Young Child.
The Club hosts professional development workshops for early childhood educators.
What are the benefits of membership?
Members of the Early Childhood club make a difference and in so doing enjoy opportunities to develop leadership and communication skills, to practice advocacy, to network with other early childhood educators and to learn in enriching, supportive environments. In the past, they have received funding to attend local, state and/or national conferences.
When and where does the club hold its meetings?
The club meets at the following times:
1. On the first Friday of every month - Time: 6:00-6:30 pm
2. All meetings take place in the Auditorium at Harris I Campus.
Can anyone join? How much does it cost to join? Whom do I contact for more information?
Any currently enrolled CPCC student can become a member. Annual membership dues are $10. For more information or to obtain a membership form, contact club president, Sidney Lewis at slewis21 or 980-335-7300.
Friday, March 7th at 6:30 pm - First Friday Film Series: Our House. Harris 1 Auditorium; free for club members; $2 for others