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Family Engagement Manager RFP

Building Bright Futures seeks a consultant to support a family engagement assessment to be conducted across Vermont in partnership with BBF Regional Councils. The purpose of the family engagement assessment is to inform BBF on ways to improve the ways Vermont families with children 0-5 are given timely, accurate information about programs, services, and supports in a culturally and linguistically sensitive manner; improve systems to smooth families’ transition experiences within and across the early childhood system and into kindergarten; increase opportunities for families to play a leadership role in Vermont’s Birth to Five (B-5)
Early Childhood system.

Family Engagement Manager

Deadline to respond is noon on November 30.

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