FREE 2021 Rocky Mountain Early Childhood Conference!
By Beth Crist, Youth & Family Services Consultant, Colorado State Library
Here's an exciting announcement about the FREE 2021 Rocky Mountain Early Childhood Conference (it's in March, but reserve your spot now; registration is first-come, first-served!). RMECC is the region's largest and leading conference focused on promoting and advancing early childhood education. It provides an opportunity for educators, practitioners, and advocates to learn, share, and connect.
General Registration is Now Open for the Virtual 2021 Rocky Mountain Early Childhood Conference (RMECC)
We can't wait for RMECC 2021 - coming to a screen near you on March 25-27! We're looking forward to offering great professional development sessions and networking opportunities just like we have in the past, but this year at no cost to attendees. Register here! https://www.rmecconference.com/event/6b42165b-a1d8-4de8-a803-011e6be9f71b/regProcessStep1:cf16b014-aad0-4f65-a3ab-f502117425e7?environment=P2&5S%2CM3%2C6b42165b-a1d8-4de8-a803-011e6be9f71b= Session spots are reserved on a first-come, first-served basis so register early to hold your spot in the sessions you want. Please only register for sessions you are sure you can attend. You will be able to edit your schedule later and remove sessions or add ones with available space.
4 Amazing General Sessions including a Welcome and Kick Off with Zac Brown Band Guitarist, Keyboardist, Singer and Songwriter, Coy Bowles!
100+ Breakout Sessions in 9 different categories like Child Development and Learning, Educator Empowerment and Well-being, Inclusive and Equitable Practices, and Advocacy, Systems, Governance and Policy.
An Interactive Game and Exhibitor Playground. Earn points by exploring the virtual conference portal and exhibitor playground to win great prizes!
Opportunities to meet and connect with other early childhood professionals in breakout sessions, on the event portal message board, and on social media.
Check out the conference website for more info: