At the heart of every successful family recruitment strategy is effective relationship-building — with the families themselves, with the community organizations that may refer them, and with local media outlets. Join us to learn how a school district in Texas and a library system in Colorado have built buzz around their LENA programs and how they’ve translated that buzz into successful program implementations.
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Explore key learnings on how community programs can recruit and retain families.
There are intentional methods you can integrate within your virtual communication to cultivate a space that welcomes vulnerability, trust, and collaborative participation.
Family engagement specialist Kai-ama Hamer shares strategies for involving parents in community and school-based programs.
The team at the West Central Health District drew on a range of existing community partners to find space to run classes, recruit parents, and scale impact.
San Mateo County Libraries has built successful partnerships to boost the reach and impact of their programs. Learn about how they are delivering LENA Start through partnerships with San Mateo County Housing Authority, Ravenswood Family Health Center, and The Primary School.
A Recruitment Specialist shares her strategies for recruiting parents and families to participate in early childhood intervention programs.