Tuesday, January 16, 2018

Employment Opportunities


The Children's Center has the following positions opening available.


Family Service Worker

Work as a member of a Head Start team to partner with families to promote children’s healthy development and school readiness.  Responsibilities include advocating for Head Start families whose children are presently enrolled in the center based program.  The Family Service Worker will also assist with the development of goal plans for participating families to promote self-sufficiency and work with families to achieve goal success.  Additional responsibilities include recruiting and enrolling children into the program.


Qualifications:

  • ·         Associates degree in sociology, social work, human services or related field (Minimum)
  • ·         Computer skills required.
  • ·         Bilingual in English/Spanish required.
  • ·         Knowledge of Head Start preferred


To apply please contact Beverly Dawson, Head Start Director at 708 652-1284 or email resume to b.dawson@childrenscenterciceroberwyn.org



Part-time Grant Writer.
Experience necessary. Please send resume to Lurlean Chodora at l.chodora@childrenscenterciceroberwyn.org.

Volunteers welcome


Substitute teachers needed


For more information about employment opportunities, please email us at contact@childrenscenterciceroberwyn.org.  

Friday, January 12, 2018

Agency Closed: Martin Luther King Day


In observance of Martin Luther King Day,
all sites will be closed on:

MONDAY, JANUARY 15TH, 2018
We will reopen, Tuesday, January 16, 2018.






Tuesday, September 5, 2017

September Book of the Month: Llama Llama Misses Momma

SEPTEMBER 2017
Llama Llama Misses Mama by Anna Dewdney
This story starts when Mama Llama takes little Llama to his first day of preschool.  He is unsure of this new place, kids, and teacher so he is very shy and misses his mom.  As the day goes on his classmates encourage him to join them in learning and playing.  He is not sure if his mom will be back but he starts to have some fun. Then, at the end of the day, his Mama comes back to pick him up.  He discovers that he can love his Mama and school too!  Great book to help children with serpration anxiety.
Make your own popsicle puppets with these free printables.  You can make them yourself to pair with the story, or turn it into a craft and have the kiddos color and print their own!  The free printable is found at Making Learning Fun's website in color and black and white.  Just print, and glue on popsicle sticks for a quick and easy craft.
Don't have the book?  Watch it instead.
Check out the BOOK OF THE MONTH from months past.