Dec. 6, 2012
-- ChildCareInfo.com enables child care professionals to easily list their openings and parents to easily find child care on the Child Care Classifieds/
Child care professionals with limited budgets can list their child care openings. While many child care professionals use other directories to list their businesses, they do not always have the opportunity to list the actual openings. Child Care Classifieds/
Exchange addresses this gap in these services. Many have been using Craigslist to fill the gap in online advertising but Craigslist isn’t always viewed as a source for finding credible services. At this time it is free to list openings for centers and family child care providers. There will be a small fee announced after the New Year.
Parents can now go to ChildCareInfo.com to search for child care openings in their area by zip code. It is the perfect first step to finding quality child care that has current openings. Parents can find openings for their child’s age group, learn a little bit about the facility and then double check it against their state’s licensing database to verify the child care provider is licensed. If the facility is certified by the National Association for Education of Young Children (NAEYC) or the National Association for Family Child Care’s (NAFCC) the parents can double check against these organizations databases.
“The reasons we are excited to launch this new category in the Child Care Classifieds/
Exchange are two-fold: 1) we can help providers with limited resources easily advertise and share their openings and services and 2) we can provide a valuable first step for parents searching for quality child care with current openings,” states Samantha, ChildCareInfo.com Manager. For more information, contact Samantha at firstname.lastname@example.org
)# # #About ChildCareInfo.com:
ChildCareInfo.com is a part of the Minute Menu Systems community. ChildCareInfo.com has set out to bridge the gap of communication in the child care profession by enabling child care professionals, organizations and parents to interact with one another, building a cohesive knowledge base through information sharing and ultimately making that information easily accessible to the child care community as a whole.