Join us for the 26th annual Early Childhood Day at the Legislature on Wednesday, March 11, cohosted by the Vermont Early Childhood Advocacy Alliance, Let's Grow Kids, and Building Bright Futures.
ECDL brings early childhood professionals, parents, and employers together with their legislators to discuss the importance of investing in early childhood. Register now for this inspiring day of advocacy, education, and networking!
See below for an agenda, registration options, and more information.
2:00 – 3:00 pm Advocacy seminars, meetings with legislators, State House
All Day Meetings with legislators, State House
All Day Card room display, State House
8:00 am – 1:00 pm Vendor displays, Capitol Plaza Hotel
Member Registration: $35
Non-Member Registration: $40
Alliance Membership and Registration: $50
Reserve a Half Display Table: $75 (includes event registration for one person)
Reserve a Full Display Table: $100 (includes event registration for one person)
Find more information on the benefits of membership on the Alliance website.
Scholarships and a certificate of attendance are available. Please contact Amy Russo-Perler at email@example.com for more information
Tell Us Which Issues You Care About
Take this brief survey to let us know which of the issues on the Alliance's 2020 Legislative Agenda you are interested in. Responses will be used to help the Alliance tailor our communications to your interests and deliver you timely resources, events, and calls to action.
The Vermont Early Childhood Advocacy Alliance is a statewide coalition formed in 2000 of early childhood professionals, parents, organizations, businesses, and strategic partners committed to improving public policies that impact young children between birth and age eight in the areas of health, safety, food security, economic security, and early care and education.
The Alliance crafts an annual Legislative Agenda in partnership with early childhood organizations, provides year-round advocacy support, and facilitates meaningful interactions with policymakers at key times during the decision making process.