You may have noticed that this year we’ve updated/expanded our inclusion statement
Emmitt Smith, philanthropist, businessman, family-man, Pro Football Hall of Famer, and three-time Super Bowl champion with the Dallas Cowboys, will be the keynote at Camp Fire First Texas An Artists’ Christmas gala and art auction on November 19 at the Fort Worth Convention Center.
Tarrant County College (TCC), together with Camp Fire First Texas Early Education Apprenticeship Program (EEAP), was awarded a $120,000 Texas Workforce Commission (TWC) ApprenticeshipTexas Expansion grant.
Current research indicates that COVID-19 has greatly increased the amount of depression and anxiety in children and adolescents (Current Psychology, 2020). As children return to school, they show increased anxiety and depression. Depression and anxiety are often expressed as anger in children and adolescents.
I am Dr. Mayra Olivares-Urueta, one of the newest members of the Board of Directors for Camp Fire and I wanted to let you know my why…why I have chosen to devote my time to this wonderful organization.
While working remotely quickly became the new normal for some, there were others who – because of the nature of their work – could not work from home. Such is true of the early childhood education workforce.
Camp Fire First Texas will be offering scholarships for early childhood educators to earn their Child Development Associate Credential (CDA). A CDA is nationally recognized and according to a 2020 poll on LinkedIn, it is one of the top credentials employers seek when hiring early educators.
Camp Fire Early Childhood Conference Features Groundbreaking Documentary & Expert Business Leader Panel
Camp Fire First Texas will open the 13th Early Childhood Conference on Friday, March 5 with a special screening of the groundbreaking documentary film, No Small Matter. This is the first documentary to explore the most overlooked, underestimated, and powerful force in America: early childhood education.
Keep your family relationships healthy during this time. Our family is our foundation, and we need to ensure that we are building those connections to keep the foundation solid.
Unprecedented, unusual, strange, challenging and pivot have all been adjectives to describe 2020. Looking forward to 2021, Camp Fire First Texas is embracing a new adjective, hope.
Camp Fire First Texas launched the first Early Education Apprenticeship Program (EEAP) in Texas in 2020. The inaugural class began meeting virtually in September and this month they will join registered apprenticeships across the country celebrating National Apprenticeship Week (NAW) taking place November 8 - 14, 2020.
One day in early spring 2020 I packed up a few things from my office, picked up my two preschool-age children from child care and drove home thinking we’d hunker down and enjoy a vacation/work-from-home couple of weeks. Oh, how very little did I know. And how quickly did I have to learn.