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Invest in the future: Approaches to Financing Quality Child Care in New JerseyOctober 2, 2001
The establishment of quality child care facilities is a critical component in building economically stable communities. What are the successful vehicles for financing quality child care in New Jersey? What defines a quality child care investment? What part does child care play in workforce development strategies?
This conference will focus on approaches to financing child care in New Jersey and on the importance of making quality child care investments.
The conference is sponsored by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, and the New Jersey Community Loan Fund.
Who Should Attend Bankers Child care providers Representatives of community organizations involved in child care that receive services, grants, loans, and other funding from banks Others interested in community development
Registration Information The registration fee is $15 for nonprofit organizations and $25 for others. Advance payment by check is required. Please make check payable to the Federal Reserve Bank of New York and mail to:
The Federal Reserve Bank of New York Office of Regional and Community Affairs 33 Liberty Street, New York, NY 10045 Please note your registration number on your check. The registration number will be supplied to you upon completion of this registration process. Registration is limited.
More Information For more information, please: Contact Nora Campell at (212) 720-5215 Email the Office of Regional and Community Affairs