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Professional Development

NAEYC and Indiana AEYC deliver value to our members through professional development, program recognition, scholarships, research and information and networking

Professional Development & Resources

  • Attend the Indiana Early Childhood Conference, sponsored by Indiana AEYC, Local Indiana AEYC Chapter conferences and professional development events at a discounted member rate
  • Receive NAEYC’s award-winning periodical with the latest information on early childhood education
  • Participate in face-to-face and online learning programs
  • Receive scholarship opportunities from Indiana AEYC and the Local Indiana AEYC Chapters
    for membership, professional development, and accreditation


T.E.A.C.H. Early Childhood® INDIANA

Teacher Education and Compensation Helps, T.E.A.C.H. Early Childhood® INDIANA, is a unique scholarship program that links training, compensation, and commitment to improve the quality of early care and educational experiences for young children and their families.


Indiana Non-Formal CDA Project

What is the Non-Formal CDA Project?  The Project helps early care and education professionals complete the training and assessment to earn the Child Development Associate (CDA) Credential. The Child Development Associate (CDA) Credential is the most widely recognized credential in early childhood education and is the best first step on the path to career advancement in early childhood education.

In a world that never stops spinning, we provide the nurturing and educational atmosphere that all children deserve.
8% Increase annually for the last four years.
Through the Indiana Accreditation Project, Indiana AEYC provides financial and technical support to over 900 early care and education and school age facilities across the state.

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