The Children’s Campus has received the Department of Education’s “Child Care Access Means Parents in School” (CCAMPIS) grant, which supports single and lower-income student parents through campus-based child care services. The grant will help student parents pay for childcare services at the Children’s Campus while they are enrolled at RVCC. In addition, the grant will provide academic and emotional support for these student parents with the hiring of a part-time CCAMPIS Coordinator
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High Quality Childcare
Our goal is to increase access to post-secondary education for RVCC student families by providing quality, affordable and accessible childcare services while they further their education. Childcare tuition subsidies are available for qualifying families.
Parenting and student success workshops to empower student parents to meet the challenges of work, school and family.
Connections to on and off campus resources to assist with reaching academic and personal goals.
A Laboratory School Experience
The CCAMPIS Grant also provides funds to pay students of Early Childhood Education and related fields to gain skills by working in the Children's Campus.
The Child Care Access Means Parents in School (CCAMPIS) Grant awarded to RVCC by the Department of Education will help parents of young children stay in college by offering access to quality care for their children, while reducing the cost of childcare tuition, and providing academic and emotional support for student parents trying to integrate work, school and family.
The Children’s Campus Preschool and Childcare Center offers flexible scheduling to fit the needs of student parents while attending classes. Children three months to five years may attend three to five sessions each week all year long. This CCAMPIS Grant is to provide quality childcare for student parents. For a tour and enrollment information contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Help with the Cost of Childcare
Quality Childcare is expensive for families, especially for students attending college. This CCAMPIS Grant is there to reduce the cost of childcare for student parents. In addition to financial aid and funding supplied by county agencies through Childcare Aware – Community Child Care Solutions and NORWESCAP – this CCAMPIS Grant has dedicated grant funds to further reduce childcare tuition costs for qualified parents.
Support to Integrate Work, School and Family
Along with the Director of The Children’s Campus, this CCAMPIS Grant will provide academic and emotional support for student parents as they navigate enrollment, advising and counseling, tutoring, studying and graduating through the services of a CCAMPIS Coordinator. Parents will attend workshops and meetings dealing with time management and parenting to empower them to meet the challenges of work, school and family.
This CCAMPIS Grant aligns with RVCC’s efforts to focus on student success, especially addressing the challenges faced by lower-income, underserved, and first generation college students. RVCC’s Guided Pathways helps to streamline a student’s journey through college by providing structured choice, support and learning outcomes. Add a one-stop support network of The Children’s Campus and the CCAMPIS Grant, and more student parents will be able to achieve their college and career goals.
Early Childhood Education
The RVCC Children’s Campus Preschool and Childcare Center is located on the RVCC campus, close to classrooms and services that support student parents’ learning. While they attend classes and study, their young children are learning too. The Children’s Campus, staffed by experienced and highly educated early childhood educators, follows a research-based curriculum to guide the children to learn through play. Parents can rest easy that their children are part of a high quality experience.
A Laboratory School Experience
The CCAMPIS Grant also provides funds to pay students of Early Childhood Education and related fields to gain skills by working in our early childhood center The Children’s Campus.
Early Childhood Education students who apply and accept an Assistant Teacher position will gain:
- A space to observe and interact with young children from infant to Pre-K
- A better understanding of the predictable stages of growth and development
- An opportunity to learn from experienced early childhood educators
- New skills in building relationships with young children
- The ability to put early childhood and developmental theory into practice
- A hands-on experience of developmentally appropriate practice
- A knowledge of curriculum that is not just cute and fun, but research-based!
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The Children’s Campus
Raritan Valley Community College
118 Lamington Road
Branchburg, NJ 08876