The Aspire Registry team has released their fall newsletter. Since 2015, the Aspire Registry Newsletter has discussed the latest Registry news and events, and highlighted the work of New York professionals in the field of early childhood. The newsletter also provides information about useful resources and tips for early childhood professionals. The newsletter is distributed to over 25,000 Aspire Registry members, a number that continues to grow.
In the latest newsletter, Aspire Registry members are encouraged to update their Aspire profile as they plan and prepare for the year ahead. Members can now upload their documents directly into their Aspire profile and those who regularly update their profile are no longer required to renew their membership annually! The Aspire Registry Team also shares that the New York Works for Children website is getting a new look that will make its debut before the end of this year. The main goal for the site update is for the website to be easy to use, the same resources and information will still be available. In addition, the newsletter features a spotlight on Robyn France, an Assistant teacher working in Queens, New York. She shares why she decided to pursue a degree in early childhood and her favorite part of teaching young children.
To read the newsletter, click here.