Job Announcement – Financial Manager

The Alabama Partnership for Children (APC) is hiring a Financial Manager. The Alabama Partnership for Children is a statewide nonprofit located in Montgomery, AL. This is a full-time position and requires a Bachelor degree in accounting or related field with experience in nonprofit accounting preferred. Description: Responsible for overall administration of internal accounting and financial […]

Announcing Strolling Thunder

Announcing Strolling Thunder™ 2022 We invite all who advocate for young children to walk with us, pushing babies and toddlers in strollers to help bring awareness to the vital investments needed in programs for Alabama’s children from birth to age 3. There will be events for children and information for adults on helping young children […]

Job Announcement – Executive Assistant

The Alabama Partnership for Children is hiring for the Executive Assistant position! The Executive Assistant (EA) should have knowledge and expertise in nonprofit management, human services agency management and support, or experience with agency operations. The EA provides support to the T.E.A.C.H. scholarship program and supports general agency bookkeeping and record-keeping functions. The EA also […]

News Release: ‘Feed Me Words’ Promotes Talk With Me Baby Program

News Release: 'Feed Me Words' Promotes Talk With Me Baby Program 4

Download News Release (.doc) THE ALABAMA PARTNERSHIP FOR CHILDREN LAUNCHES “FEED ME WORDS” CAMPAIGN   Statewide Campaign to Promote Free Family Resources Supporting the Healthy Brain Development of Their Children – Even Before They are Born   Montgomery, AL – All babies need “language nutrition.” It’s just as important as food nutrition, and it has […]

News Release: Alabama’s Economy Depends on Working Parents and Child Care

News Release: Alabama’s Economy Depends on Working Parents and Child Care 5

Download News Release (.doc) Alabama’s Economy Depends on Working Parents and Child Care Alabamians are going to work. Nearly 100,000 more of the state’s residents were employed in August 2019 compared to two years earlier.[1]  That’s based on the latest data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics and works out to roughly an extra […]