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Member Spotlight

The August 2020 Member Spotlight, featuring NJAEYC Members excelling
in the field of early childhood education, goes to: Thera Rocco!
Click to read more about Thera and her work at the Westfield Day Care Center.

COVID19 Announcements & Resources

Stay up to date with the latest important information regarding the current Coronavirus situation and your career, as well as resources to support teachers, students, and children during this challenging time.

#westandtogether against racial, social, and cultural injustice

NJAEYC commits to building an anti-bias workforce by creating opportunities for early childhood professionals that break down implicit bias and move the needle of racial and cultural injustices in New Jersey. Our collective voices must be heard throughout New Jersey so we can begin to make a difference.

New Jersey Shared Resources

An online knowledge hub with access to over 1,200 practical resources! Save time & resources!
Access is Free to NJAEYC members!


Get involved and secure a bright future for young children, educators, and families.

New Jersey Association for the Education of Young Children is dedicated to advancing excellence in the field of early childhood education.





Whether you’re a teacher, assistant teacher, program director, higher ed faculty, student, family member, researcher, policymaker, administrator, or somewhere in between, NAEYC is here to help YOU on the journey to improve educational opportunities for all young children. Click below to explore membership options and benefits to see what’s right for you!
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It’s Time to Vote!

It’s Time to Vote!

The 2020 election is happening right now! With voting by mail available to New Jersey, casting your ballot is easier than ever before. Children can’t vote, so we need to make sure their issues are represented in the election.

New! Grant Applications to Help Child Care Providers

New! Grant Applications to Help Child Care Providers

New Jersey Human Services Commissioner Carole Johnson today announced licensed child care centers and registered family child care providers can begin applying for grants to help meet the increased costs of reopening and remaining open during the ongoing COVID-19 public health emergency.