Save the Date: Conference is Oct. 6-7, 2017

Just announced! The annual Together for Children conference will be held October 6 and 7, 2017 at a new venue: the Gwinnett Technical College - Alpharetta North Fulton Campus. This is a beautiful new campus, with all sessions and rooms in one building. It has plenty of parking, numerous food options nearby, and we think … Continue reading Save the Date: Conference is Oct. 6-7, 2017

Don’t forget to register for the GAYC conference!

Have you registered for the GAYC conference yet? Come help us celebrate GAYC's 50th anniversary at the conference. Don't miss the fun and learning — go to the conference registration page to sign up.  Every 50th registered 2-day conference attendee will receive a conference t-shirt for free!

Check out the conference schedule at a glance

Wondering what GAYC is planning for this year's conference? Curious about all the events planned to celebrate our 50th anniversary? Want to know what time things are happening during the conference? Check out this handy schedule at a glance.

Register for the GAYC conference!

  Registration for the 2016 GAYC conference is now available online. Come help us celebrate GAYC's 50th anniversary at the conference. Don't miss the fun and learning — go to the conference registration page to sign up.  

Be a student volunteer at the GAYC conference

Attending the GAYC conference is a bargain for students at Georgia colleges and universities. Register at the reduced student rate to save money, or volunteer as a conference session host/hostess and attend some sessions for free. Volunteers may host sessions, help out in the exhibit hall, or fill in other places as needed. If you're interested … Continue reading Be a student volunteer at the GAYC conference

Deadline extended for 2016 conference proposals

Are you interested in being a presenter at the Georgia Association on Young Children’s 50th annual conference, but missed the June 1 deadline? Know someone who would be a great presenter who hasn't submitted a proposal yet? Good news -- the deadline to submit conference proposals has been extended to July 10, 2016. We are still looking … Continue reading Deadline extended for 2016 conference proposals

Seeking Proposals for 2016 Conference Sessions

Would you like to be a presenter at the Georgia Association on Young Children’s 50th annual conference? The conference will bring together more than 1,500 early childhood professionals from around the state for two days of professional development, learning, and networking. We are looking for proposals that offer new and innovative ideas, evidence-based best practices, and presentations … Continue reading Seeking Proposals for 2016 Conference Sessions

Now Accepting Nominations for 2016 Quality Service Awards

Know an outstanding ECE professional or program? Each year GAYC recognizes individuals and early childhood programs that have made a significant difference in the lives of children ages birth through third grade in the state of Georgia through our annual Quality Service Awards. The awards are divided into 14 categories to acknowledge all spheres of influence in … Continue reading Now Accepting Nominations for 2016 Quality Service Awards

Spread the Word: Training for Trainers 3 in March

Interested in building your skills to provide more advanced ECE training? Consider attending the Training for Trainers 3 course in Savannah March 2 - 4. The TFT 3 course covers ways to help early childhood professionals evaluate and co-author new ideas, and prepares trainers to teach advanced-level ECE training classes in Georgia. The 3-day class will be … Continue reading Spread the Word: Training for Trainers 3 in March

Let’s go shopping in the exhibit hall!

Are you getting excited about the 2015 GAYC conference? In addition to fantastic learning sessions on both days, we have 25 confirmed exhibitors, and several more still planning to come. See who's exhibiting and check out their websites in advance on the Conference Exhibitors page. Get ready to shop, and plan to check out the … Continue reading Let’s go shopping in the exhibit hall!