The Early Childhood Education Infant Toddler AAS Degree provides solid foundational knowledge, field experiences, and common skills and strategies that prepare students for multiple roles in the Infant Toddler field.
Professional Certificate Pathway Project (PCPP) is a scholarship funded by the Department of Economic Security Child Care Administration through Federal Child Care Development Block Grant Funds. If you are currently working in the field of early childhood (in an AZDES certified family child care or center based program) PCPP will pay college tuition for up to 18 credits a year and provide a stipend for books. Click here for more information about the PCPP Program.
First Things First College Scholarship
The FTF College Scholarship provides the early childhood workforce working directly with or on behalf of young children birth through age five access to education and training to achieve degrees, credentials and specialized skills to promote children’s development. For more information please review the following links:
The ECE Department, in collaboration with the Easterseals Blake Foundation, provide year-round child care at Early Learning Centers at the Signal Peak Campus and Superstition Mountain Campuses. The Centers also serve as lab sites for field experience for CAC students.
The centers accept DES subsidies and CCAMPIS child care scholarships are available for Pell-Eligible students. Click here to learn more.