Joining the EarlyEdU Alliance®

Our members are a diverse community of higher education, government, non-profit, and philanthropic stakeholders dedicated to strengthening the nation’s early care and education workforce. Find the membership level that’s right for you.

Alliance membership is free. The membership period runs from August 1, 2017 through to June 30, 2020. Email info@earlyedualliance.org for details about the membership process.

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Third Annual EarlyEdU Institute Held in Seattle

The EarlyEdU Alliance®, led by University of Washington faculty PI Gail Joseph and CO-PI Susan Sandall, hosted its third annual Institute in Renton, WA May 21, where over 135 early childhood faculty and representatives from state agencies across the country gathered to share ideas, hear from experts in the field, and plan for using Alliance resources to strengthen the early childhood workforce in their states. Keynote speakers included Gail Joseph, and Sharon Yandian, Co-Director of Comprehensive Services and TTA, Office of Early Childhood Development, and the Office of Head Start. Alliance members and the EarlyEdU team presented sessions on.

In addition to showcasing new features and tools such as the Coaching Companion and the EarlyEdU Media Library, workshop sessions explored instructional innovations, using video to see and deep reviews of new courses. The institute also featured a "deep dive" with successful partners, like the Utah Education and Telehealth Network, that have taken on a number of courses and successfully launched their own programs to provide greater access to early learning courses in higher education.

Alliance members can access Institute materials on the EarlyEdU members site.

2015-2018 Alliance Members and Pilot Participants

Institutions for Higher Education

EarlyEdU Alliance® Membership Map

This map shows our Institutions of Higher Education and Stakeholder members. Join the Early EdU Alliance® today!

Early EdU Alliance Members Legend

As of 08/10/2018

Institutions of Higher Education (4 Years)

4-year colleges and universities offering a bachelor’s degree in early childhood education or a related field.

Institutions of Higher Education (2 Years)

2-year community colleges that have, or are developing, articulation agreements with 4-year institutions offering bachelor’s degrees in early childhood education or a related field.

Stakeholders

State/regional/national government agencies or nonprofit organizations leveraging EarlyEdU Alliance course work and tools to strengthen their state’s early childhood workforce.

Contact us for more information about our Institutions of Higher Education and Stakeholders.

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Early EdU Alliance Member Map 2018