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    Preschool Teacher

    Providence Connections has an open position for a qualified Preschool Teacher! In addition to a fully equipped classroom, the Preschool teacher and their class use our full gym, outdoor learning space, and maker space.

    This person enhances the growth & development of children by: planning daily age appropriate activities; creating weekly lesson plans to incorporate the PA Early Learning Standards; supporting routines & activities that meet Keystone STARS standards; conductingassessments on children throughout the year & meeting with parents at least 2x annually; observing all policies and procedures of the PA DHS regulations; maintaining & improving professional competence through participation in workshops, seminars, classes and in-services.

    Education/Qualification: Keystone Stars Lattice level 5 or 6; Associates degree required, Bachelors degree preferred in early childhood ed, child development, special ed, EL ED, or human services with 2 yrs. experience with children; Min. 2 yrs. documented child care; min. 2 yrs. supervisory experience in a classroom; current ACT 33/34 & FBI clearances; knowledge of DHS State Code & Keystone Stars Quality standards.

    To apply email your resume and cover letter to


    Being part of Providence Connections can be a fulfilling and rewarding experience.

    Our administrative and support staff are called to be solid model citizens and to uphold the Principles of Family Support:


    • Family Support is governed, designed and improved by participants and community members.
    • Family Support is relationship-based, fostering respectful partnerships between and among parents, peers and professionals.
    • Family Support is strengths-based, building on existing individual, family, community, and cultural abilities and vitalities.
    • Family Support services are designed by and for participants to meet their priorities and are collaborative among agencies to insure easy access and use.
    • Family Support reflects, respects and enhances the cultures of the neighborhood through the staff it hires, and the materials and activities it provides.
    • Family Support services are enhanced through program evaluations that reflect family support principles and that contribute to continuous program improvement.
    • Family Support services are based in the community, serve the entire family, without eligibility requirements and are voluntary.

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