We are excited for you to join us at our Michigan District Early Childhood Conference this summer! Dr. Rebecca Isbell will be our keynote speaker, focusing on “Nurturing the 4 C’s in Young Children to be Creative Communicators, Collaborators, and Critical Thinkers.” We’ll also have a variety of breakout sessions and a full day of learning, fellowship, and growing in our service of sharing the Gospel with the little ones and families God has called us to serve.
For a listing of the breakout options please download the schedule.
You will receive 5 clock hours for this conference.
When & Where
August 14, 2019Martin Luther High School
2001 E Grand River Ave
Lansing, MI, 48912
Registration is closed.
Registration Cost: $50 per person (Early Bird rate has now expired.)
Let’s make a difference in the lives of women in local domestic violence shelters. Collect gently used purses and unused beauty products and bring them to the conference. These items will be shared with the Women’s Center of Greater Lansing and EVE (End Violent Encounters)
Women’s Center of Greater Lansing
The Women’s Center of Greater Lansing is a private non-profit organization that provides support services to women in the Lansing area. Since their doors opened in 2005, they have served more than 8,500 women. The Women’s Center is dedicated to helping women realize their potential, support each other, achieve economic self-sufficiency, and develop emotional and physical well-being, regardless of income level. Our services include career counseling and resume preparation, individual counseling, a wide variety of support groups and workshops, a legal clinic, domestic-violence-specific services, and a professional clothing closet. All services are free or low-cost.
To learn more visit: www.womenscenterofgreaterlansing.org.
EVE (End Violent Encounters) is the oldest domestic violence shelter in the Lansing area, and over the past few decades it has added a number of services designed to help and empower survivors of domestic and sexual assault. Today, EVE has grown to provide supportive services such as advocacy, counseling, crisis intervention, children’s program’s and community education to survivors of many forms of violence, including domestic, sexual, stalking, and elder abuse.
To learn more visit: www.eveinc.org.
Goals & Objectives
- Network and fellowship with other workers serving in a similar role. Create a feeling of connectedness for our EC workers who many times feel on an island.
- Quality professional development that educators can use to strengthen their centers.
- Christian witness among participants where they feel the love of their Savior the day of the conference (many times their PD is from secular organizations and not centered on Christ).