The Informal Family Child Care Project (IFCC) – a project of the Institute – works to elevate the quality of care for children in home-based child care settings in New York City. IFCC assesses, supports and advocates for childcare providers, and builds their skills and capacity to provide safe, high-quality care through a comprehensive array of professional development opportunities and services.
The Project Assistant (PA) will provide direct support for implementation of IFCC programs for home-based childcare providers across New York City. Specifically, the PA will support implementation of targeted strategies to recruit and retain participants and data collection to track implementation and assess program impact. The Project Assistant will report to the IFCC Director and work closely with all program staff.
Outreach and Recruitment
Data Management and Program Administration
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