New CHDV197A – Fall 2014 Class #74019 – Creating With Children:
Handwork and Handmade Playthings.
If you need assistance with transferring, planning your schedule, applying for a permit or any other information regarding the department, please schedule an appointment with Jenny Fererro, Department Chair
firstname.lastname@example.org or 760-744-1150 x2314
SPRING 2015 ORIENTATION INFORMATION:
- Will be available soon.
New Policy and Enrollment Restrictions on repeatability of classes effective Fall 2013:
Who wants free money???
If you can answer YES to the following questions, you may be eligible to receive $$ for taking classes here at Palomar.
1.) a Child Development Major.
2.) taking at least 3 units of Child Development or GE classes (applicable to the permit).
3.) presently working (must be in a paid position, no volunteer) in a licensed child care center, an after-school program or a licensed family home day care (see Profile for qualifying positions) with children 5 years or younger.
4.) complete your class with at least a C or better— You may be ELIGIBLE for free $$$!
The Child Development Training Consortium is providing funds to reimburse students who meet the guidelines above. Applications are due February 21, 2014.
Please take a few minutes to review the information in the attachment and go online to fill out the application. There are changes to the process this semester, so for those of you who are returning students to the program, please read the directions. I also created a short video to help you get started. You can access it at: http://www.screencast.com/t/i9EQj8vBZ.
Contact Diane Studinka with any questions – (760) 744-1150 extension 2208 email@example.com
If you know of anyone who is a Child Development major, working with young children, and working on a BA, they might be eligible for this grant! Child Development Grant Application Process 2014-2015 – memo