Early Childhood Capitol Day 2023

Join us in Lansing on March 15, 2023.

On March 15, 2023, join parents, early childhood professionals, researchers, and other advocates as we educate legislators about the importance of the earliest years. The 2023 Early Childhood Capitol Day will be an opportunity to share your experiences and recommendations for how policymakers can best support and invest in early childhood.

REGISTER

Agenda and other materials coming soon.

Thank You to Our Sponsors

The 2023 Early Childhood Capitol Day is co-sponsored by Think Babies Michigan and Michigan AEYC

 

Resources: Prepare for Early Childhood Capitol Day

• Think Babies Michigan – 2023-2025 TBM Policy Priorities
Questions to Ask Lawmakers
Tips for Engaging with Lawmakers
Finding Commonalities and Solutions with Decision-Makers
Meetings with Your Elected Officials

FAQs and Answers

Q. Will there be a virtual component to Early Childhood Capitol Day?
A. We are currently exploring the possibility for a virtual component to the day. Continue to check back here for updates.

Q. Is lunch provided?
A. Yes, lunch will be provided. Please indicate any dietary restrictions on the registration form.

Q. Is there a cost to participate in Early Childhood Capitol Day?
A. No, there is no cost to register or participate in Early Childhood Capitol Day.

Q. Can I bring my child(ren)?
A. The event is not intended for children and space is limited. However, there may be a child care stipend available, if that is a barrier to your attendance. Please contact Kelly Walden, kwalden@ecic4kids.org, for more information.

Q. How do I find out who my State Representative is?
A. Look up your State Representative using your address here.

Q. How do I find out who my State Senator is?
A. Look up your State Senator using your address here.

 

Think Babies is staffed by the Early Childhood Investment Corporation.