Early Childhood Care and Education
Gwinnett Tech's Early Childhood Care and Education program provides a unique combination of theory and practical application sure to make graduates a welcomed addition to any early childhood environment.
Students gain Early Childhood Care and Education experience with:
75 hours of practicum at D. Scott Hudgens, Jr. Early Education Center located on the College’s Lawrenceville campus
425 hours of internship in Gwinnett County Public Schools, and
three specializations offered for the Degree Program: Paraprofessional; Management; and Exceptionalities.
The Gwinnett Technical College Early Childhood Care and Education program is accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC).
Gwinnett Tech’s Early Childhood Care and Education program currently offers four HOPE Career Grants. HOPE Career Grants provide free tuition assistance toward educational costs for eligible students enrolled in an approved designated program of study. Students must be eligible for, and receiving, the HOPE Grant or Zell Miller Grant to be awarded the HOPE Career Grant. It provides assistance with educational costs that are not covered by the HOPE or Zell Miller Grants.