We are pleased you are exploring avenues to Get Involved in NYSAEYC!
Our organization is built on the strength of our members. We encourage you to participate in your professional organization. There is truly a “niche” for everyone!
Do you have an area of expertise that you would like to share with others? The Ask an Expert page on our web site is a place where students and others can go to email questions to those who have an expertise in a particular area. It is a wonderful way to share your talents with the field and network across the state.
You can pick the length of time you want to be available and the area for which you would be willing to be contacted.
Send our Professional Development Chair, Nancy Gabriel, your contact information. She will call to discuss the opportunities available.
- Current Issues
- Universal Pre-K
- Head Start
- Quality Education
- Occupational Tax Credit
- Click here for advocacy tips!
- Sign up for statewide public policy updates.
- Sign up for NAEYC public policy alerts
Make a call or write a letter to local, state or national representatives:
Call or write today and tell them that early care and education is critical to the future of our state and country!
The Honorable Andrew M. Cuomo
Governor of New York State Executive Chamber
Albany, NY 12224
E-mail: visit http://www.state.ny.us/governor/ and choose “Contact the Governor” from the menu at left.
Speaker for the Assembly
932 Legislative Office Building
Albany, NY 12248
Phone: (518) 455-3791
Fax: (518) 455-5459
Senate Majority Leader
Dean G. Skelos
Room 503, State Capitol
Albany, NY 12247
Phone: (518) 455-3171
Fax: (518) 455-2448
Call your U.S. Senators and Representative toll-free at: 1-888-280-6279.
To find out which elected officials represent you on the local, state, national, level, go to http://congress.org/congressorg/dbq/officials/?lvl=L. This web site allows you to contact them directly by email.
Join a public policy committee?
We have both a statewide public policy committee and local public policy committee. Time (1 hour a month) and commitment to improving the quality of early care and education is the only requirement. Click here to contact the Public Policy Chairs.
Tell your story!
Our legislators need to hear about your personal experiences regarding the need for more compensation, child care subsidies, challenges and opportunities facing the field. Either write a letter (see above) or send an email to our Executive Director.
There are opportunities to advertise in our newsletter (coming out 2x a year); and our conference program (distributed to 3,000) and on our website. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
- Annual Fund
- Conference Sponsorship
- Long term giving
- Sponsor An Intern
The NYSAEYC offices are located in Albany, New York. We welcome interns from all over New York State. We are currently exploring the possibility of long distance internships with work primarily over the internet and phone.
- Public Relations
- Event/Conference Planning
- Administrative Assistant
- Public Policy
- Membership Development
For more information, contact email@example.com