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CARES Plus Highlights Y4 (July 2014-June 2015)
Read report (pdf)

CARES Plus Highlights Y3 (July 2013-June 2014)
Read report (pdf)

CARES Plus Highlights Y2 (July 2012-June 2013)
Read Report (pdf)

CARES Plus Highlights Y1 (July 2011-June 2012)
Read report (pdf)

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Santa Clara County CARES Plus has ended

Please click on this link to download more information CARES PLUS community letter

The CARES Plus program has ended. However, below are some resources for early educators in Santa Clara County.

Free and Low-cost Trainings

CECO (CA Early Childhood Online)

CPIN (California Preschool Instruction Network)

DRDP Webinars

DRDP Tutorials

ECE Student Career and Education Program

This program is available to fund specific educational costs at 105 community colleges throughout California. Access to this program is available to eligible students who are pursuing careers in child care/development through the CDTC Campus Coordinator designated at each of the colleges. Each CDTC member community college works with a local advisory committee to develop plans for the use of CDTC funds. Therefore, the use of CDTC funding can vary from college to college.

Please click on this link for more information: https://www.childdevelopment.org/cs/cdtc/print/htdocs/services_cc.htm

Below is a list of colleges and coordinators in Santa Clara County:

  • De Anza College, Cupertino: Li Wei Sun 408-864-5329, sunliwei@deanza.edu
  • Foothill Community College, Los Altos Hills: Claire Koukoutsakis (650) 575-4639, koukoutsakisclaire@fhda.edu
  • Gavilan College, Gilroy: Pat Henrickson 408-848-4817, phenrickson@gavilan.edu
  • Mission College, Santa Clara: Camilla Weiberg (408) 855-5256, camilla.weiberg@wvm.edu
  • San Jose City College, San Jose: Madhavi Sudarsana 408-288-3844, madhavi.sudarsana
  • West Valley College, Saratoga: Leslie Hotta 408-741-4603, leslie.hotta@wvm.edu

Child Development Permit Funds Project

The Child Development Training Consortium will pay the application and fingerprint processing fees (if applicable) for the following Child Development Permit levels including permits with a School-Age Emphasis.

Please click on this link for more information: https://www.childdevelopment.org/cs/cdtc/print /htdocs/services_permit.htm

Permit and Credential Services

The Santa Clara County Office of Education (SCCOE) serves as the local agency approved by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CCTC) to register the credentials of persons hired by county school districts for positions requiring administrative, teaching, service and special education credentials as well as other permits and certificates. The Credential Services Unit supports and assists school districts, certificated employees, and credential applicants. Please call the SCCOE directly to confirm if you are eligible for credential processing services.

Santa Clara County Office of Education Credential Services (408) 453-6500

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