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Reasons to join the Early Edge California team

Apply your skills to improving Early Learning in California.

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Join a leading advocacy organization with a proven record of results. 

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Work with a team committed to Early Learning. 

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Job Openings

Director of Communications

Early Edge California is seeking a talented individual with a deep commitment to early education to take on the challenge of improving early education in California through high-quality early childhood educators. The Director of Communications will be an exceptional communicator with a knack for developing communications to influencers and decision-makers, facilitating coalition communication, and implementing a day-to-day communications strategy that will enhance Early Edge California’s profile and further the organization’s policy.

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Senior Policy Advisor

Early Edge California is currently seeking a Senior Policy Advisor with strong relationships in Sacramento to play a key role in establishing and executing Early Edge’s policy priorities, specifically in Early Childhood Education workforce development and Dual Language Learners. This is an exciting opportunity to work closely with the Executive Director and senior policy team to make a difference in the lives of children by affecting policy and practice change. We are seeking someone who is passionately committed to early education, able to think strategically and act pragmatically, and who is ready to serve as one of the organization’s key advocates and spokespeople in Sacramento.

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Communications Associate

Early Edge is seeking a talented individual to join our communications team to assist with shaping and executing EECA’s communications activities in support of our policy and advocacy agenda. This is a great opportunity for a communications professional  with a deep commitment to early care and education issues who is interested in taking on the challenge of improving the early learning system in California. The Communications Associate will execute communications plans, draft messaging, develop relationships with media outlets that reach key audiences, pitch reporters and secure coverage, manage organization’s social media presence, support event execution, and complete administrative tasks as assigned, with a focus on high-quality early learning programs, early learning workforce development, and Dual Language Learners.

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