Early Education Member Benefits
Early Education Membership Benefits
ACSI Membership Benefits
School and program membership
Additional ACSI membership benefits for Early Education Programs and Early Educators
• EE Resource Center with content geared to teaching young children
• Discount pricing for training/professional development events
• Consultation services with professional early childhood educators
• On-demand training courses
• Peer to peer networking
In person conferences and workshops as well as virtual conferences are offered during each new school year. These events are designed to renew teaching skills and spiritual growth for early educators and anyone who ministers to young children. The conferences feature a keynote speaker who encourages, equips, and inspires you. Conferences also include breakout sessions allowing for peer-to-peer interactions and active learning engagement. Workshops offer a deep dive into a topic relevant to best practices in early education. ACSI members receive special pricing for registration, earn customized CEUs, and can access discount pricing for a subscription to ACSI Professional Development powered by Campus.
ACSI members can gain skills for best practices while earning professional development CEU's. Early Education webinars are one-hour topic-specific sessions led by early education experts. Monthly webinars are offered in September, October, November and February, March, April.
ACSI members have access to special pricing for ACSI Professional Development powered by Campus. This offers over 500 hours of on-demand content to enhance skills across all areas of educating students. Topics are arranged in a wide variety of channels to include an Early Education channel with over 500 hours of courses available on-demand.
ACSI provides an engaging opportunity for Christian educators to network through community. You can network with people from around the world through ACSI's online community group, Community, where all ACSI members can connect in "communities of practice" based on teaching assignment, academic discipline, or area of interest or expertise. The Early Education community group is where educators network and collaborate to share ideas related to serving, supporting, and teaching young learners.
Contact us to learn more about ACSI benefits.