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become an ECEAP Family Support Staff

An ECEAP Family Support Specialist must maintain flexible hours to build relationships with families, identify strengths and goals, coordinate services for families, link families to community resources, and support family involvement activities at times when parents are available. View ECEAP Standards for more information: http://www.del.wa.gov/publications/eceap/docs/ECEAP_PerformanceStandards...


Must meet one of the following qualifications:

  • employment in the same position in the same agency before July 1, 1999
  • Associate or higher degree with the equivalent of 30 college quarter credits of adult education, human development, human services, family support, social work, early childhood education, child development, psychology, or another field directly related to job responsibilities
  • OR a DEL-approved credential from a comprehensive and competency-based family/social service training program that increases knowledge and skills providing direct service to families

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