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    • Lori Killough, Education Program Lead
    • Career Paths available at LFCCEarly Childhood Pre K – 12 Education Education
    • Early Childhood Education DSS DOE Dept. of Dept. of Social Services Education• Children, birth – age 8• Govern and License: • Child Day Centers • Family Day Home Care • Short-Term Child Day Centers• Regulate, but do not license: • Religious Exempt Child Day Centers • Certified Pre-Schools
    • Early Childhood Education DSS DOE Dept. of Dept. of Social Services Education• Children, birth – age 8 • Children, Pre-K – grade 3• Govern and License: • State DOE teaching license is required for • Child Day Centers all teachers • Family Day Home Care • Short-Term Child Day Centers• Regulate, but do not license: • Religious Exempt Child Day Centers • Certified Pre-Schools
    • Career Paths available at LFCC Early Childhood Pre K – 12 Education Education•Employment: Child Care Centers, HeadStart•Good credential: CDA (Child DevelopmentAssociate) awarded by a national, privateagency•Better credential: a CSC from a communitycollege•Better yet: an AAS from acommunity college
    • Career Paths available at LFCC Early Childhood Pre K – 12 Education Education•Employment: Child Care Centers, Head •Employment: public schoolsStart •AA&S required to transfer smoothly to•Good credential: CDA (Child Development university.Associate) awarded by a national, privateagency •Bachelor’s degree minimum to teach.•Better credential: a CSC from a communitycollege•Better yet: an AAS from acommunity college
    • Employment Outlook Early Childhood Pre K – 12 Education Education 471,000 openings through 2012 •Critical Shortage areas: •Math Median annual earnings: $16,350 •Sciences •English •Foreign Language •ESOL •Special Education •Average Teacher Salary in VA: $42,500
    • “The key to success is planning and Academic Advising!”Contact:Lori KilloughMiddletown CampusFairfax Hall, room 113F540-868-7239lkillough@lfcc.edu