Welcome Providers

Grow your practice and improve learning outcomes.

Early care and education providers play a critical role for families and communities. By offering quality care and education, you create a two-generational economic impact, helping parents go to work and support their families, while nurturing the next generation of leaders and thinkers.

Early Learning Indiana supports providers with resources and programs to support your operations, improve program quality and support early childhood educators in attaining advanced credentials.

Program Supports

We work closely with the Indiana Office of Early Childhood and Out-of-School Learning, Indiana’s Child Care Resource and Referral Network and a statewide network of supporters and stakeholders to drive system-level supports that help providers with their operations, program resources and costs. Through Brighter Futures Indiana we provide leadership to parents, partners and providers.

Workforce Development

To continue offering high-quality care, providers need a strong workforce. We’re creating programs to help attract and retain new talent, as well as offering scholarships for educators to seek professional development opportunities.

Educator Solutions

Programs thrive when their leaders and employees are at the top of their game. Early Educator Solutions offers training programs to develop emerging leaders and early childhood educators through a blended online and job-embedded format.

Funding Opportunities

We partner with philanthropic organizations and foundations to create scholarships and grants that support programs and expand families’ access to quality early care and learning.

Our Priorities

Early Learning Indiana provides leadership, advocacy and early childhood education services to continually improve the early learning landscape in Indiana. Five key priorities drive our work.

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