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Parent Webinars from the Child Care Aware Parent Network

Child Care Aware Parent Network webinars are presented by child care experts to give you information about high-quality child care and other topics that are of interest to you. They are designed specifically for busy parents, grandparents, advocates, and professionals who to learn more but have very little time. Our educational Webinars are FREE exclusive content for our members.  

For information on upcoming webinars, please visit the Child Care Aware Parent Network homepage at www.CCAParentNetwork.org/webinars.php.

The Child Care Aware Parent Network Team - National Association of Child Care Resource & Referral Agencies (NACCRRA)

Indiana Youth Institute (IYI)

The Indiana Youth Institute promotes the healthy development of children and 
youth by serving the institutions and people of Indiana who work on their behalf.

http://www.iyi.org/

Check out the numerous workshops and online webinars that IYI offers.

http://www.iyi.org/trainings.aspx

NAFCC Offers Online Training for Family Child Care Professionals

Visit the National Association for Famiy Child Care's website to see what upcoming online training opportunities they are offering.

Additional Information and Resources

Small Business and Indiana Nonprofit

Small Business Development Center

South Bend Small Business Development Center, 401 E. Colfax Ave., Ste. 120

Please visit their website/online calendar at http://www.southbendbcg.com/calendar.htm to see what upcoming business related workshops are being offered. Pre-registration is required for all workshops, please call (574) 282-4350 ext. 0

Indiana Nonprofit Resource Network

The Network is a regionally-based service providing affordable, accessible, and high quality public and private workshops, board retreats, and consultant referral. Services are designed to meet the needs of nonprofit organizations anywhere in the state. Topics range from cutting edge to basic content. Be sure to visit their calendar to see what sessions are coming up near you. http://inrn.org/calendar/calendar.aspx

If you have general questions about the Network, please contact: Indiana Association of United Ways, 3901 North Meridian Street, Suite 306, Indianapolis, IN 46208-4026; Lisa Hanger, 1-800-457-1450; FAX 317-921-1397; E-mail: statewide@inrn.org

RIF - Reading is Fundamental

Reading Is Fundamental wants you to go shopping for them! Visit http://www.bookabrighterfuture.com/ and learn how through a $3.00 donation, you can help support RIF. Also, check out the RIF website for reading and language development activity ideas and more.