Early Childhood Education
The Early Childhood Education Program at Kaskaskia College exists for students completing the two-year early childhood program. Students enter the profession assuming responsibility for the care and education of an individual group of young children in various settings such as child care centers, preschools, nonpublic kindergartens, before-and/or after-school child care programs, or family day care homes.
All Early Childhood Education degrees and certificates have online options.
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Early Childhood Access Consortium for Equity (ECACE) ScholarshipThe ECACE program was created to address Illinois’ shortage of qualified professionals in the early childhood field. This scholarship seeks to help those individuals who currently work or have worked in the early childhood field and would like to advance their credentials or degrees in early childhood education. Awards are available for the pursuit of undergraduate studies at public or non-profit private 2- and 4-year Gateways-entitled and ECACE member institutions. The award will cover the total cost of attendance for a full academic year at a community college or public university. Recipients of this scholarship are expected to continue or enter into teaching or direct services in the early childhood care and education field in Illinois upon completion of their studies.
Early Childhood Education Faculty
Assistant Professor Child Care