AZECA’s Full Partnership Meeting and the Rollout of the New Membership Model

The Arizona Early Childhood Alliance (AZECA) will hold a full partnership meeting on August 29th, 2022 to discuss the roll out of the new membership model and updated website.  

AZECA is an alliance of 50+ cross-sector partners statewide who are working together to give every Arizona child a great start in life. AZECA serves as Arizona’s shared and unified voice on early childhood, providing informed messages and credible resources that help leaders create positive change for Arizona’s children. These efforts are designed to ensure that all Arizona children are prepared for kindergarten and are on track to succeed by the end of third grade.   

Starting in 2023, AZECA’s new membership model will offer partners exciting new benefits including access to the AZECA Children’s Policy Institute and an opportunity to participate in the annual Early Childhood Day at the Capitol lobby event.    

AZECA welcomes new partners to join in on their critical work of directly influencing program and policy solutions for early childhood by collectively working together with lawmakers, practitioners, foundations, businesses, and other supporting collaboratives. 

Please join AZECA virtually for the Full Partnership meeting:  

  • When: August 29th, 2022 from 12:00 p.m.-2:00 p.m.    
  • Where: Zoom   

 Discussion and Insight on:    

  • Legislative Update   
  • The rollout of the new AZECA Membership Model   
  • AZECA Member Benefits   
  • Membership Drive Activity    
  • Leadership Team Nomination Process   
  • Partner Information, Celebrations and Announcements    

 Click HERE to register for the meeting 

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