As a San Mateo County-based child care provider, you are enthusiastically invited to submit an application to serve on the San Mateo County Child Care Partnership Council (CCPC), a state-mandated council that serves under the joint leadership of the San Mateo County Board of Supervisors and the San Mateo County Superintendent of Schools. CCPC responsibilities include…
identifying priorities for child care and early learning services, and developing policies and strategies to meet the priorities
examining the impact of state and federal child care and family policies and or proposed legislation or regulation
making decisions about the local distribution of child care funding
conducting a mandated community-wide needs assessment, followed by a county-wide strategic plan for child care services for all children, every five years.
The CCPC meets five times per year, on Monday mornings, from 9 am-noon. There are 20 voting members of the CCPC; applications are currently being accepted for three open slots. Click here for more information about the CCPC. Or, find the CCPC application here.
Other Ways to Get Involved
If applying to be a voting member of the CCPC isn’t right for you at this time, you are still encouraged to attend CCPC meetings when you can. It is a great way to find out about current ECE issues and engage with people who are passionate about ensuring that San Mateo County families have access to high-quality child care and early learning opportunities.
The next CCPC meeting is scheduled to take place on Monday, March 23rd at the San Mateo County Office of Education in Redwood City.