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You may only apply once for THIS scholarship lottery. If you have applied for previous lotteries, you must also apply for this one.

  • If you ARE NOT A MEMBER of the Charts-A-Course Registry, a Registry account will be set up for you as part of the award process, if you are awarded, so there is no need to also set one up at this time.

  • If you ARE A MEMBER of the Charts-A-Course Registry, and wish to be a part of the scholarship lottery, you must apply for scholarship assistance using the link below.


Welcome to Connecticut’s Early Childhood Professional Registry



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The Connecticut Early Childhood Professional Registry
165 Capitol Avenue, G-35
Hartford, CT 06106
 For support with education advising and registry accounts, please 
contact the appropriate staffer below.

Staff Member
Contact Information
Valerie Parks,
Education Advisor
Individuals and programs in Fairfield, New Haven, Middlesex and New London counties
800-832-7784 x2
  Margaret Westwood,  
Education Advisor
 Individuals and programs 
in Litchfield, Hartford,
Tolland and Windham
800-832-7784 x3

Please fax (860-713-7040) or mail all documents with Registry ID #
and name as it appears on the Registry account.
Do NOT email documents to individual Registry staff!

News and Updates
  • September 2015 Scholarship Update: Click here for the Scholarship At-A-Glance which includes current eligibility and requirements. Click here for Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) regarding the scholarship assistance fund.
  • The Office of Early Childhood's Division of Early Care and Education offers FREE coursework for program administrators. Click here for full details and 2015-2016 application.

WELCOME to Connecticut’s Early Childhood Professional Registry*.

The Office of Early Childhood - Connecticut Charts-A-Course is pleased to offer this tool to Connecticut’s early childhood professionals and programs for young children. The Registry has been in operation since 2007 and currently has over 12,000 participants in roles including teaching staff members, program administrators, trainers and consultants.

  • As a participant in the Registry, you will be able to build a profile of your employment and education (that will be verified by OEC-CCAC). This profile will be accepted by many partners and programs as documentation of your qualifications. In addition, you can take advantage of tools such as the Resume Builder, DPH Head Teacher Request, Employment History, Trainer Search, and more.

  • The Registry offers program administrators a system to capture the employment and qualifications of staff. Reports can be generated and used as verification to funders and accrediting agencies, and creating professional development plans.

  • As a state, the Registry provides a look at Connecticut’s early childhood and school-age workforce. This data has tremendous potential to bring about improvements to the field. By being part of the Registry, you can help to make this happen and raise public awareness about important issues such as the need for better compensation and professional development access.

I welcome your participation in the Registry and hope you will give us your feedback as we develop and improve this site. You can also explore the CT Charts-A-Course website for more information about professional development and program improvement opportunities.

If you are ready to register, you can use the box to the right to login to the Registry.

Myra Jones-Taylor
Commissioner, Office of Early Childhood

*Connecticut’s Early Childhood Professional Registry has successfully completed the National Registry Alliance Partnership Eligibility Review Process and meets all the criteria and standards associated with the best practice in state registries for the early childhood and school-age workforce.

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