Advocating for Young Children: Your Voice Matters | Wednesday, June 9, 2021




Quality Early Learning Starts Here

Training and Tools to Elevate the Early Childhood Experience


Advocating for Young Children Training

Attend a training to build your skills. Advocating for Young Children explores ways that you can use your voice to influence and shape policies that affect children in your care. We’ll look at specific steps you can take to educate others and start to make your voice heard.

Attendees of this training will:

  • IDENTIFY types of advocacy
  • UNDERSTAND importance of advocacy for early learning field
  • EXPLORE ways to educate others and advocate for relevant policies
  • DISCUSS strategies for overcoming barriers to advocacy and staying informed and engaged

KCF: VI: Professionalism


Wednesday, June 9, 2021
6:30pm – 8:30pm (Central Standard Time)


For questions, please email or call 651.641.3549.


Marie Huey

Public Policy and Advocacy Coordinator, Think Small

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Marie Huey supports early childhood professionals to advocate for better funding and public policies for the field. She does this through communications, trainings, and coaching. Previously she worked at Way to Grow as a Family Educator and with Minnesota Reading Corps as a K-3 Literacy Tutor. She has a B.A. in Hispanic Studies and English Writing from Illinois Wesleyan University.


Important Registration Details

Minnesota attendees: A Develop account and ID number is required to receive training credit for attending this event. If you do not have an account, please see these instructions for help creating one. If you already have an account, you will find your Individual ID number on the right side of the summary page of your Personal Profile after signing in.

Please make sure to review our training policy here.

Registration closes 3 days prior to training date.

To register a group please email, or call 651.641.3549.