Doing great work takes great talent. Join Early Learning Indiana and help us achieve our mission of ensuring every child is empowered with essential skills to be successful in kindergarten and beyond.
The Bilingual Solution Center Representative will provide support to families, the early childhood professionals, existing partners, and others. They will identify service needs of each call, take steps to meet those needs, and deliver with accuracy and courtesy.
The Day Early Learning Classroom Support Professional works with the Teacher to implement lessons designed to stimulate growth across all developmental learning domains and establishes routines, rituals and structures to support individualized care for children. The Classroom Support Professional contributes to a school culture that promotes children’s success evidenced by the articulation, implementation and stewardship of Early Learning Indiana’s approach to teaching and learning.
Early Learning Indiana an Early Head Start-Child Care Partnership Grantee is supporting the implementation of the Early Head Start model (birth to age 3) within three high-quality child care programs. We are seeking a Curriculum and Instruction Specialist. The focus of this position is to assist center directors and teachers in implementing the highest-quality instruction, curriculum and assessment, in order to improve child outcomes and meet the program goals.
The Head of Talent Experience is responsible for executing the human resource strategy designed to support Early Learning Indiana’s strategic mission, specifically in the areas of talent acquisition, compensation and benefits, team member relations, performance management and enablement, and compliance.
The Operations Manager works in partnership with the School Leader to ensure a high-functioning and well-run school. The Operations Manager is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the school, including staff schedules, proper child/staff ratios, student enrollment and family engagement, and office processes and procedures. The individual is also responsible for establishing and maintaining a welcoming office environment for the children and families we serve.
The School Leader is responsible for leading the day-to-day affairs of the school, focused on providing instructional leadership to promote growth in student learning, and ensuring a safe, supportive and productive learning environment for the children we serve, their families, and our team members. The School Leader is committed to implementing Early Learning Indiana’s mission to empower children with the essential skills to be successful in kindergarten and beyond.
The Senior Manager, Network Initiatives manages the work of the Child Care Resource and Referral Central Office (CCRRCO) – working in close partnership with the state of Indiana’s Office of Early Childhood and Out-of-School Learning (OECOSL) – to provide direction, support, and resources to the Child Care Resource and Referral (CCR&R) Network. The Senior Manager will execute initiatives, including direct responsibility for the creation of resources and content designed to strengthen the CCR&R Network’s work of connecting families to quality care, supporting providers, building capacity and engaging community leaders as advocates for high-quality, affordable early care and education.
The Day Early Learning Substitute works with the Teacher to implement lessons designed to stimulate growth across all developmental learning domains and establishes routines, rituals and structures to support individualized care for children. The Substitute contributes to a school culture that promotes children’s success evidenced by the articulation, implementation and stewardship of Early Learning Indiana’s approach to teaching and learning.
The Team Lead works collaboratively with school leadership to lead and nurture growth of team members and to improve teacher practice within the school. The Team Lead also serves as a classroom Teacher, planning and implementing lessons to stimulate learning among all developmental domains and utilizing assessment data to drive individualized instruction. As a Teacher, the Team Lead creates a classroom community that allows each child to feel acknowledged, recognized, respected, and secure and partners with families and colleagues to ensure excellent care and education.
The Day Early Learning Teacher sets the vision for the classroom and is responsible for everything that drives the classroom experience, including instructional activities, the classroom environment, parent communications, assessments and interventions. The Teacher creates a classroom community that ensures each child feels acknowledged, recognized, respected, and secure and partners with families and colleagues to ensure excellent care and education. The classroom Teacher contributes to a school culture that promotes student success as evidenced by the articulation, implementation and stewardship of Early Learning Indiana’s approach to teaching and learning.
Day of Impact
Each year, Early Learning Indiana brings together team members and volunteers from across the community to impact early learning and raise awareness of the need for greater access to high-quality early learning programs for Hoosier children.
Projects include painting and equipping classrooms; outdoor projects like planting trees, landscaping and building outdoor learning spaces; and collecting donations and supplies to ensure classrooms have the resources kids need to succeed.
INDIANAPOLIS (June 10, 2021) – Early Learning Indiana, with generous support from Lilly Endowment Inc, announced today the seven organizations it has chosen to receive $100,000 grants to launch regional shared service hubs. Hubs created through the Stronger Together grant program will allow local child care providers to streamline their operational services, saving money and allowing them to focus their time and energy on providing high-quality child care.
Early Learning Indiana is on a mission to ensure every child is empowered with essential skills to be successful in kindergarten and beyond. Our mission cannot be accomplished with organized and passionate individuals working towards a common goal. Denise Hancock is Early Learning Indiana’s Executive Coordinator and is one of the key organizers that ensures goals are met.
75 new Early Head Start seats will serve at-risk and low-income children and families in Indianapolis
The Indiana Resource Center for Autism is great for individuals on the spectrum and their families. While they are a research-based organization in Bloomington, their work helps all Hoosier families through early detection and diagnosis programs and by connecting families to resources. Additionally, their website has a long list of high quality early childhood and school-age programs that utilize evidence-based practices, family support and other activities for improving quality of life.
After decades in the early care and education field, Vanessa Fletcher spent more than four years as the school leader at Day Early Learning Lilly Family Center before her retirement. Now, Fletcher serves as an active member of the Day Nursery Auxiliary.
The 1828 Leadership Project, offered by IndyHub and presented by Citizens Energy Group, is a program designed to convene cross-sector groups of young leaders and change makers in Indianapolis. Early Learning Indiana’s Development Director, Emily Nelson, was nominated by her peers to take part in the 10th cohort of the project, which began in September 2020.
Tammey Lindblom is the director of Right Steps Child Development Center, and oversees seven child care centers in the Lafayette area. Since the pandemic began, every day presents a challenge they’ve never encountered before.
Early Learning Indiana’s mission to empower all children with essential skills to be successful in kindergarten and beyond cannot be accomplished without great teachers. That’s why we are so excited to announce a second Fast-Track Child Development Associate (CDA) Credential Program kicking off this May!
CARMEL — $4 million has just been awarded to early care and learning providers across the state. It’s part of Early Learning Indiana’s second round of the “Come Back Stronger Fund” grants to help sustain Indiana’s child care centers. Last year was tough on every industry, and that does not exclude child care providers.
The Day Nursery Auxiliary has been supporting Early Learning Indiana and its Day Early Learning centers for over 80 years. Even amid the challenges of COVID-19, the group has not stopped their volunteer work. In the spring of 2020, several Auxiliary members sewed over 100 child-sized masks to be used in DEL centers, and the group hosted its Style Show virtually for the first time in the fall, raising over $20,000.