Parent to Parent Program

The MCEC Parent to Parent program empowers parents to be their child’s strongest advocate on educational and social issues through MCEC Parent Workshops. More than 225,000 parents have attended these workshops since the program’s beginning in 2006.

In the MCEC Parent Workshops, parent educators share practical ideas, proven techniques, and solid resources to support military-connected families.

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Employment Opportunities

MCEC is always looking for great candidates for our Parent to Parent Teams, and Vacancies are filled on an on-going basis.

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Browse our helpful resources for Parents of military-connected children.

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Programs & Training

Here are trainings available and designed for Parents of military children.

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I can not express enough how wonderful the GLU kits are. I have a few MCEC books and lessons plans from 2012-2014 time frame (before the kits) and now the Seasons of Change kit. I use these books and lessons in so many ways. I can offer small groups here in the Airmen and Family Readiness Program Manager Office, use the books for activities on Family Days, offer children sessions at YRRP, and I have even taught a lesson with a small group using Heart Strings at the funeral of AMN who died of suicide. We even let families sign out the books and plans if it would benefit them at home. I love how the messages transcend ages and have used the books and lessons from ages 1-18. I wold love to to broaden our library here at the DE ANG so others can continue to benefit from these wonderful kits and themes that correlate with military life. Thank you!
Rebecca Price
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