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Enrollment now open for 2022-2023 school year!

CAPC Pensacola is thrilled to announce we are now accepting applications for our Early Head Start and Head Start programs for the 2022-2023 academic term! Access our 2022-2023 Head Start OneApp by clicking this link. Both school-readiness programs assist children in becoming physically, socially, intellectually and emotionally adjusted prior to entering kindergarten in public school, [...]

Enrollment now open for 2022-2023 school year!2022-02-25T12:14:35+00:00

Health Assistant

2 current openings! Catching a visual impairment or developmental delay makes a world of difference in a young child’s life. The Health Assistant will work collaboratively with the family engagement and health team to ensure every Community Action Head Start child receives timely check-ups, screenings, and proper referrals. Are you a socially conscious, dedicated individual [...]

Health Assistant2022-02-10T15:38:43+00:00

Family Engagement Coordinator

2 current openings! Empowering families to grow strong together is the central focus of the Family Engagement Coordinator. The coordinator will supervise a critical content area involving all things parents and parenting adults, providing much-needed support services to Community Action Head Start families, from early childhood education to mental health, disabilities, health, and nutrition. Enhancing [...]

Family Engagement Coordinator2022-02-10T15:19:41+00:00

Early Learning Inclusion Specialist

Coach. Mentor. Trainer. Working as an Early Learning Inclusion Specialist at Community Action will give you countless opportunities to coach, mentor, and lead our Head Start education teams as they implement differentiated instruction for children of all needs and abilities across Escambia County. Are you a socially conscious, dedicated individual who is committed to [...]

Early Learning Inclusion Specialist2022-04-19T15:46:15+00:00

Teachers!

CLICK TO APPLY! Numerous teacher positions currently available at Head Start locations throughout Escambia County! Our teachers are heroes and the lifeblood of our Head Start program. We welcome teachers who are passionate about early childhood education to join our team and start making a real difference in the lives of our youngest learners [...]

Teachers!2022-02-10T15:12:55+00:00

Job Fair – Pre-School Teacher & Assistant Teacher

We have 15 openings for Pre-school Teachers and Assistant Teachers for our Early Head Start & Head Start programs! Teacher Description: The Teacher is responsible for planning, and implementing the curriculum for the child development program. Teaching, planning, record keeping, nurturing children and promoting parent participation are among the major responsibilities of this position. Assistant [...]

Job Fair – Pre-School Teacher & Assistant Teacher2019-10-29T15:24:06+00:00

Center Director as Educational Leader

CLICK TO APPLY! 2 positions currently open at Myrtle Grove and Brigadier! Salary: $24.47 per hour / 40 hours per week / 52 weeks per year (full-time and eligible for benefits)**Open: Immediate openings available. Voluntary Pre-Kindergarten (VPK)-endorsed directors welcome! Are you a socially conscious, dedicated leader who is committed to building a better future for [...]

Center Director as Educational Leader2022-02-10T15:08:01+00:00

Career Advancement Course: CDL Freight Transportation & Logistics Course

CAPC's Freight Transportation & Logistics Career Advancement Class, which is offered in partnership with Doorknob® Life Purpose Books, is designed to prepare students for a career in a field that pays good wages and hires those from a variety of backgrounds. Instructed by Teri Haggerty, a certified life coach and organization developer, this three-week [...]

Career Advancement Course: CDL Freight Transportation & Logistics Course2019-06-05T20:58:48+00:00

CAPC Honors Heroes on Memorial Day

This Memorial Day, CAPC Pensacola honors those who paid the ultimate sacrifice in the line of duty, and those who lost their battle with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) after returning stateside. According to a study by the Department of Veteran Affairs, suicide rates among US Veterans are 22% higher when compared to non-Veteran adults due to PTSD [...]

CAPC Honors Heroes on Memorial Day2019-05-27T14:01:28+00:00
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