The Ingham Great Start Collaborative

About the Ingham Great Start Collaborative

DSC_0851We are a coalition of human service agencies, families and other partners working together to ensure every child from birth to eight in Ingham County has access to a universal, comprehensive and collaborative system of community-based early childhood programs, services and supports.

The Ingham GSC is part of the Michigan Great Start partnership with the Early Childhood Investment Corporation (ECIC) and the Michigan Office of Great Start.

* To learn more about what we do, visit Our Work page.

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Michigan Child Protection Registry

Michigan Child Protection Registry

Learn about a free program to stop adult advertisements from reaching e-mails, mobile phones (text messaging ads) and instant messenger IDs.

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Strong Start | Healthy Start January Newsletter

Strong Start | Healthy Start January Newsletter

View Strong Start, Healthy Start's January e-newsletter

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Great Start Weekly Communications Bulletin

Great Start Weekly Communications Bulletin

This week's ECIC Great Start Technical Assistance Communications Bulletin

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Job Openings at CACS Inc. Head Start

Job Openings at CACS Inc. Head Start

Job openings are for the following positions: Early Head Start Partner Liaison and Early Head Start Program Supervisor

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Job Posting: Creative Content Consultant

Job Posting: Creative Content Consultant

Want to join the Public Sector Consultants team? They are currently looking for a creative content consultant.

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C.A.C.S., Inc. Head Start Job Posting – Nurse

C.A.C.S., Inc. Head Start Job Posting - Nurse

C.A.C.S., Inc. Head Start and Early Head Start Programs has a job opening for a Nurse. Please see the post for details.

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Winter/Spring 2015 Play and Learn Group Schedule

Winter/Spring 2015 Play and Learn Group Schedule

Registration is limited to one group per family, with the exception of the Outdoor Group at Fenner Nature Center.

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New report identifies policy options to support children from birth to age three

New report identifies policy options to support children from birth to age three

Report analyzes current research on early childhood programs to find those most likely to produce the best outcomes for Michigan's children.

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Save the Date: MHSA 24th Annual Conference

Save the Date: MHSA 24th Annual Conference

Registration is now open for the Michigan Head Start Association's 24th Annual Conference

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