The 2019 NJAEYC Annual Conference is scheduled for October 18-19 at the DoubleTree Hotel in Somerset, New Jersey. We are staying in central New Jersey to be more accessible to all NJ early childhood educators.
Our conference attracts key people in the field of early childhood education. With the increased need for our services, we are experiencing enormous growth and are always shopping! Our participants are interested and responsible for purchasing developmentally appropriate materials and equipment for their child care centers and family child care programs. We urge you to bring items available for sale and a door prize if possible.
We want our relationship with our vendors to be one that is mutually beneficial and NJAEYC is interested in exploring ways we can better support each other.
Enclosed you will find the Exhibitor’s contract. Please return the contract as soon as possible. Space is limited, so sign up early! You can also register and pay online at www.njaeyc.org . Tables will be assigned on a first come, first served basis.
Step 1: Submit Registration
Step 2: Pay via PayPal/Credit Card
(Add to Cart may redirect you to Checkout Page in a new tab. To select outlets, simply select njaeyc.org browser tab and once you have selected Add to Cart for outlets, you will be able to complete your transaction on the Check-out page.)
Please save the date in your calendar!
Date: October 18-19, 2019
Location: DoubleTree Hotel, Somerset
Do you want to present?
Click image on the right to download the RFP!
Congratulations, Samara Florexil!
Pamala A.Brooks Scholarship in Early Childhood Education Recipient…..
Samara is currently studying at Kean University majoring in Early Childhood Education and Sociology. She is a part of Kappa Delta Pi Honor Society in Education and loves to volunteer – especially for the kids. Her teaching philosophy is to help students understand that their identity and background makes a difference in how they learn and experience the world around them. Samara would like to teach in an urban area to give back to the communities from her childhood. She currently holds a Substitute Certification in New Jersey and speaks Creole & French. Samara looks forward to a May 2018 graduation.