The Consortium is seeking an individual to serve as its director. The primary responsibility of the director at the current time is to develop and implement a diversified strategy to broaden recognition of the Consortium’s services and contributions among key stakeholders.
Relevant stakeholder groups include elected public officials at the city and state levels, New York City agency leadership, private funders, and major organizations in the city who provide similar or complementary services. To reach and engage these stakeholders, the director, working closely with the Consortium agency executives and program directors, may prepare written materials, organize events and forums that highlight the Consortium, make presentations to relevant groups, meet individual leaders in public agencies and foundations, and generally represent the Consortium.
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NYC CCR&R History
In 1993, Child Care, Inc. (currently the Center for Children’s Initiatives), Child Development Support Corporation, Chinese-American Planning Council, The Committee for Hispanic Children and Families, and the Day Care Council of New York came together to create the NYC CCR&R Consortium http://www.nycccrr.org/, agreeing to work together to coordinate funding and city-wide program activities.
These activities help to enrich our multiple roles in the community as a resource to parents, service providers, and the public sector. Over the past 20 years, we have worked hard to improve and enhance our services to families and child care programs.
We offer a FREE referral service that can help you find care that meets your needs.
Child Care Provider Resource Days
Child Care in NYC: An Analysis of Child Care Supply and Demand by Neighborhood
The following information is provided, in order, in the links that follow:
- Number of Children Living in Households that Receive Benefits
- Number of Children Living with One or More Foreign-born Parents
- Number of Family Households Between 200 and 300% of Poverty
- Number of Family Households at less than 200% of Poverty
- Common Foreign Languages People Speak at Home
- Median Family Income
- Total Number of Children (age 0 to 11)
- Number of Foreign-born People
- Number of People Who Speak a Non-English Language at Home and Speak
- English less than “Very Well”
- Number of Women Who Gave Birth in the Last Year
Infant Toddler Resource Center
- Providing a coordinated approach to training & professional development in all early care and education settings, in multiple languages for potential & existing childcare professionals.
- Providing center and home-based infant toddler programs, on-site, intensive technical assistance as a quality improvement strategy using standardized tools such as the Infant Toddler Environmental Rating Scale (ITERS -R) and Family Child Care Environmental Rating Scale (FCCERS-R) to assess needs, and measure quality improvement.
- Expanding coordination & partnerships with the public and private groups/agencies with a goal of improving the care of infants, toddlers, and their families.