The Culturally Specific Early Learning Advocacy Collaborative works to increase investment in culturally specific early childhood practices and shift the public narrative to make equity a priority in Oregon’s early education system. Through this collective project and intentional capacity building efforts, the CSELAC collaborative also aims to create a lasting strategic partnership that is community-based and community-led.
The Early Childhood Equity Advocacy Collaborative seeks a Contractor to serve as its coordinator and facilitator. A description of duties and services is provided in the link below. Interested parties should submit a two page proposal detailing how they would accomplish the work detailed under “contract responsibilities” and their hourly rate to Rose Rezai (firstname.lastname@example.org) by 5 p.m. on 12/4/19.