by Gloria Welton
- Do you enjoy experiencing new learning adventures?
- Are you curious about how young children learn?
- Ever wonder why children ask so many questions, and are always willing to take a risk?
- Would you like to help PEI families make the early years count?
Full-time, part-time, summer, and year-round positions are available throughout PEI at a variety of licensed early learning centres, and family resource centres.
“So many investments are being made to the early learning and childcare system in Canada and on PEI,” says Jennifer Nangreaves, Executive Director of Early Childhood Development Association (ECDA) of PEI
“Qualified Early Childhood Educators are needed for this expansion! It is a great time to consider our profession.”
Wages for those working in designated Early Years Centres
FOR MORE INFORMATION
about this profession, contact Jennifer Nangreaves at firstname.lastname@example.org or 902-368-0070.
Jennifer says there are a lot of summer employment opportunities in the sector right now as well as year-round careers. Check out their website for career opportunities at www.ecdaofpei.ca/educators/careers/openings.php
“Volunteering at a centre, working for the summer or becoming a substitute is a great way to find out if working in an Early Childhood Centre is for you!”
Check out the substitute list at www.ecdaofpei.ca/educators/careers/substitute.php
“We would love to speak to anyone interested in learning more about early learning and child care on PEI. You can email email@example.com
“The Early Learning and Child Care Board, through the Department of Education and Early Years, provides certification based on education credentials.”
For more information on certification or to apply for certification, contact Monique McClean, Manager Early Learning and Child Care at 902-368-6518.