Your Child Care Story Brought To Life
Do you want to impact action at your child care center?
Because your story is your message, it’s so important to the results that you’re going to get in your ability to bring believers to your cause, to communicate your campaign, and to just create something that is authentic and real that causes real action. Learn how to formulate your story, identify your audience, prove credibility, and share vulnerabilities, all to impact action.
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Thank you to some of my storytellers...
"We (a nurse and a carpenter) were working holidays, weekends and nights, while trading parenting duties and using a child care facility that did not excite us. I guess that was reason enough to quit our jobs and search for an alternative to our current situation. We thought a preschool was what we would like to purchase. It could potentially solve more than one of our concerns. We sold our home, searched for more than 6 months, and then invested all the equity plus more to purchase our first preschool just a mere two months after our second child was born. That was a bit scary to say the least! Thankfully many years have passed and because our preschool is closed on evenings, holidays and weekends we get the work life balance we desired years ago. We have the freedom to plan when we work outside of school hours and can positively promote the education of many young minds along the way! "
"I worked for and a big nonprofit organization. I was not happy with the lack of diversity shared nor being offered through the organization. I became very unhappy after approaching the program supervisor with her lack of concern. After two years of this I decided to leave and open my own program. My program is an inclusive cultural relevant program with a home like environment."
"I always knew I wanted to give something back to this world so when I left my teaching job I knew I had to do something that will be working with children. I wanted to help people find jobs, college students, people who struggle to get jobs. I also wanted to provide a safe, clean, challenging learning environment for foster children. It is an everyday struggle because I also work with special needs teenagers and I divide my time between providing a quality daycare and a learning, challenging environment for my special needs children."