The National Association for Family Child Care Accreditation Council is looking for its newest members!

If you are a NAFCC Member who understands Child Care policy, governance and have the ability collaborate with like-minded professionals from around the Early Childhood Education field, we encourage you to apply to lend your time, expertise and talent to the NAFCC Accreditation Council.

Two Council positions are now open
Accreditation Council and Council Alternate

Your role as a member of the NAFCC Accreditation Council will be to ensure the quality, integrity and accountability of the NAFCC Accreditation system.

Three distinct responsibilities are essential to the Council and Council Alternate roles are to:

1. Develop and approve the policies that govern the NAFCC accreditation system
2. Review and, if appropriate, revise the NAFCC Quality Standards for NAFCC Accreditation annually
3. Serve as an advisory committee to the NAFCC Accreditation Manager and other NAFCC entities as needed and plausible

Application Deadline: May 13, 2022

NAFCC Accreditation Council – Leadership Opportunities

Application Deadline: May 13, 2022

To be considered for the NAFCC Accreditation Council:

  • You must be a NAFCC Member
  • Be 21 years of Age

Submit the following information:

  • Application
  • Resume
  • 2 letters of recommendation

The principle functions of the NAFCC Accreditation Council are as follows:

  • Establish goals consistent with the purpose, vision, and mission of NAFCC to encapsulate the principal
function of maintaining the quality and integrity of the accreditation program
  • Determine policies, procedures, and regulations for the conduct of NAFCC Accreditation Council
  • Monitor organizational performance

Council Members have the following skills/qualifications:

  • Possess the commitment, time, and leadership skills to serve effectively in the specified position
  • Have broad knowledge and awareness of issues facing the field
  • Able to conceptualize the appropriate role of NAFCC Accreditation
  • Possess strong communication and interpersonal skills, with ability to objectively consider various
perspectives to guide major policy decisions of NAFCC Accreditation
  • Able to work cooperatively and collaboratively with the early care and education community and allied
agencies
  • Able to interact positively with diverse groups of people
  • Able to be a public spokesperson on behalf of NAFCC Accreditation and its principles
  • Have expertise in special areas needed by NAFCC Accreditation, including knowledge of governance, group
functioning, management, academic research, knowledge and/or experience in other activities and related
professional roles