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from Bruce County Children's Services:

Working as a registered Early Childhood Educator is more than a job - it's a rewarding career! Child Care Providers in Bruce County are now recruiting Early Childhood Educators (ECE) who can make a positive and lasting impact on children’s lives in our region.

In support of ongoing recruitment and retention efforts, Bruce County Children’s Services is excited to launch a new showcase video that highlights the rewarding opportunities and benefits of being an Early Childhood Educator in Bruce County. The video features talented local Early Childhood Educators and Children’s Services Staff, as well as families and children that rely on and enjoy the quality programming that ECEs provide in our communities.

View the new ECE showcase and recruitment video at:

This ECE showcase and recruitment video was produced using Workforce Strategy Funding from the Ontario Ministry of Education and was created in partnership with Astrodog Media, who have produced a number of award-winning economic development videos for Bruce County in recent years.

Bruce County’s Acting Director of Human Services Tina Metcalfe shares, “Early Childhood Educators are integral to the provision of high quality child care and early years programming for families in Bruce County. We encourage all those interested in early childhood education to pursue this rewarding career in our beautiful, caring, and engaged communities.”

Be An ECE in Bruce County
Registered Early Childhood Educators enjoy a diverse range of rewarding opportunities and benefits, such as flexible hours and schedules, indoor and outdoor experiences for learning and play, home-based business opportunities, and collaboration with other professionals creating engaging environments and experiences to foster children’s learning and development.

Early Childhood Educators are urgently needed by licensed child care providers in Bruce County. Ongoing job postings can be found at or by contacting licensed Child Care Centres directly to learn more about their job openings.

Education: Fanshawe College and Georgian College offer great Early Childhood Education diploma programs in Bruce County and Grey County. Both colleges work together with local employers for ECE field placements.

Financial Support: You can now apply for the ECE Education Grant, scholarships and bursaries, and OSAP to help cover tuition costs. There is also a Leadership Certification Grant for registered ECEs to continue their education. 

Ongoing support: To help ECEs grow, learn, and reflect on their practice, there are a number of free professional development opportunities from Bruce County, as well as the Ontario College of Early Childhood Educators.

Interested in becoming an Early Childhood Educator? Discover more at:

source:media release





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