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Registration Open for April 29th ECE Conference in York!

Saturday, April 29th 2023 from 8am to 3:30pm at Sanford High School & Regional Technical Center

Join us for a day of connecting, learning, networking and celebrating the field of early education and care! Breakout sessions will be focused around what fuels your passion for early education, supporting families, child development, learning through play, policy and advocacy in ECE and more! 

6 professional development hours will be awarded.

Conference Registration Costs:

  • $50 General Conference Registration
  • $25 Discounted rate for Higher Ed Students, MaineAEYC & FCCAM Members
  • Free for CTE Students

Conference costs include: keynote session, lunch, and three breakout sessions.

Register today. You will receive a future email to sign up for your breakout sessions in late Feb. or early March. 

If you are an Owner or Director registering more than one attendee, please include individual email addresses for each individual. We will use each email address to contact conference attendees to select their breakout sessions in February or March. If we don’t have individual email addresses for them, they won’t receive this information. 

Register Today

Questions about the Spring 2023 conference OR the York County Early Childhood Coalition? Email us:

**Registration to Fueling Your Why, Building Your Balance is managed by  The Maine Association for the Education of Young Children (MaineAEYC). Charges for conference registration will appear on statements as “EveryAction” or “Paragon” Please feel free to contact MaineAEYC with any questions about the registration link or registration process,  **


FCCAM works to unify, promote and strengthen quality professional family child care in Maine. We understand the critical role of child care providers in the lives of children and families. Through collaboration with other organizations we work to increase awareness of our profession and the value of a strong child care system to Maine's diverse communities.