The Program for Infant/Toddler Care, Partners for Quality (PITC PQ) budgets Federal Child Care and Development Infant/Toddler Capacity Building Funds for each program receiving services. In order to maximize the impact of these funds, resources must be allocated to those programs that are highly committed to and in the best position to benefit from the services.
Center-based: Center must serve at least two of the three following infant/toddler age groups: 0-8 months, 8-18 months, 18-36 months. Must have identified a minimum of five (5) teaching/caregiving staff who work a minimum of 20 hours per week with children 0-36 months.
Family Child Care: A minimum of five (5) Family Child Care Providers must participate in the training and technical assistance services. Providers must serve children from birth to three years of age (36 months) and work a minimum of 20 hours per week. Providers’ assistants are eligible to receive services if they meet the above criteria.
Complete both sections of the application and submit to your PITC Partners for Quality Regional Coordinator. Applications may be submitted to PITC PQ at any time throughout the year.
Center-Based Details and Application | Family Child Care Details and Application
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