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MRTQ PDN Registry Application is now Paperless!!!

The MRTQ PDN Registry is happy to announce that new applicants now have the option of submitting their Registry applications completely online!

The last page of the application now includes a section to sign electronically with nothing more than a mouse.

Once submitted, the application will be processed within 5 business days.

Supporting education and documentation for new applications should be submitted via email (mrtg.registry@maine.edu), fax (207-780-4511), or US mail within two weeks of submission of the application to ensure applicants are listed accurately on Career Lattices.

If you have any questions, please contact Eric Norgaard, Registry Coordinator at eric.norgaard@maine.edu or 207-780-4367.


The Family Child Care Association of Maine strongly encourages all individuals working in early childhood education to join the Registry. There is no cost to join.

Maine Roads to Quality Professional Development Network is here to promote and support professionalism in the early care and education field. It’s work is about Professional Development, not Political Advocacy.

Anyone working or supporting early childhood professionals including those who own a family child care home, works in a center of any size, works with children in an out-of-school time setting, or cares for 2 unrelated children as a legal, licensed exempt provider can be part of this free, voluntary registry.  

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FCCAM works to unify, promote and strengthen quality professional family child care in Maine. We are the state affiliate of the National Association for Family Child Care (NAFCC). We are the only professional association in Maine dedicated specifically to supporting family child care providers. FCCAM understands the critical role of family child care providers in the lives of children and families. We also understand the hard work and long hours that are required to provide the much needed child care services in Maine’s diverse communities. FCCAM provides opportunities to network both locally and statewide with other family child care professionals for training and support. Through collaboration with other organizations we are engaged with advocating for children and their families in Maine, increasing awareness of our professionalism and value to our communities.