Pennsylvania Day Care Centers

A group supervisor in Pennsylvania day care centers needs be have at least a bachelor's degree from a university in the field of child care or a field that is closely allied to this. Information on degrees that serve this purpose is available with the state boards. An alternative is thirty credited hours in child education, or even in human services. This is considered a lesser qualification, however, and must usually be backed up with actual experience working as a lesser staff member in the field. This requirement is usually a year of experience. Pennsylvania reflects the ethic of it's founding father in a deep commitment to childcare, with many childcare programs being run by the state, especially to help families who happen to be in the lesser income groups. There are many non profit organizations dedicated to childcare and to the efficient running of Pennsylvania day care centers as well, further strengthening this already rather iron-clad ethos.

We currently have 4,535 listings for day care centers and child care providers spanning 742 cities in Pennsylvania. Please select your city in Pennsylvania to see the day care centers, nannies, after school programs, and other child care providers for Pennsylvania.

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