Community Board

Looking for a way to connect with fellow Develop members? You are in the right place!

The Achieve Community Board offers the MN Early Childhood Education and Care Workforce an interactive way to connect!

The Community Forum is a peer-to-peer support feature. Practitioners, Approved Trainers, and Coaches can submit questions for others in the community to answer. Members can also view announcements from the Minnesota Department of Human Services.

Interested in posting a training or community event? We are here to help!

Our community board offers Achieve approved Trainers, RBPD Specialists, and Professional Development Sponsor Organizations the opportunity to promote professional development opportunities and community events. For just $5 per listing, this resource offers an affordable way to promote training and events.

Achieve reviews and monitors all posts.  Please allow up to 2 business days for your post to be approved and visible to the public. Listings will be displayed for 15 days.

Trainings/PD Opportunities

Trainings/PD Opportunities (Paid)

Are you an Achieve approved trainer or Training Sponsor Organization hosting an upcoming professional development opportunity? Promote your childhood care and education trainings and professional development opportunities here.

This resource offers an affordable way to promote trainings and professional development opportunities for $5 per listing. Listings will be displayed for 15 days.

(Once payment is accepted, you will be redirected to a form to submit your post)



Community Events

Community Events (Paid)

Is your organization hosting a community event such as a 5K, Health Fair, Kid’s Expo, or Family Fun Day? Feel free to share your event with others by posting it here. Price is $5 per listing. Listings are displayed for 15 days. Please remember to include the date, time, location, and contact information for the event.


(Once payment is accepted, you will be redirected to a form to submit your post)


DHS Announcements

DHS Announcements (Free)

The MN Department of Human Services shares announcements for the Childhood Care and Education Workforce here.

Submit A Post

Community Forum

Community Forum (Free)

The Community Forum is a free peer-to-peer support community, exclusive to the childhood care and education workforce. This is a space where practitioners, trainers, and coaches can submit questions for others in the community to answer.


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Nanny
Camp Counselor
Guardian ad Litem
Assistant Teacher
Child Care Center Director
Youth Worker
Recreation Leader/Director
Child Care Lead Teacher
Teacher’s Aide
Family Child Care Provider
Early Head Start Teacher
Food Program Monitor
RBPD Specialist (Coach, Consultant or Mentor)
Home Visitor
MNCPD Trainer 1
Public School Paraprofessional or Teacher’s Aide
RBPD Specialist
Child/Family Counselor
Child Welfare Social Worker
Early Childhood and Family Education Teacher
Special Education Teacher
Registered Nurse or Nutritionist
Human Service Director
MNCPD Trainer 2
Child Support Officer
K-6 Teacher
ECFE Parent Educator
Early Intervention Specialist
Head Start Teacher
Professional Development Advisor
Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health Specialist
Educational Researcher
Achieve Master Trainer
Children’s Librarian
Family Therapist
Child Development Specialist
Early Childhood Professor (College or University)
School Counselor
Speech & Language Pathologist
Child Psychologist
DHS Announcements
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Community Forum
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KCF CONTENT AREACORE COMPETENCY (OLD)CDA CONTENT AREA
I: Child Development and LearningI: Child Growth & Development8: Principles of Child Development and Learning
II.A: Creating Positive Learning ExperiencesIIa: Creating the Learning Environment2: Steps to advance children’s physical and intellectual development
II.B: Promoting Cognitive DevelopmentIIc: Language and Literacy IId: Cognitive Development2: Steps to advance children’s physical and intellectual development
II.C: Promoting Social and Emotional DevelopmentIIe: Personal and Social Development IV: Interactions with Children3: Positive ways to support children’s social and emotional development
II.D: Promoting Physical DevelopmentIIb: Physical Development2: Steps to advance children’s physical and intellectual development
II.E: Promoting Creative DevelopmentIIf: Creativity and the Arts2: Steps to advance children’s physical and intellectual development
III: Relationships with FamiliesV: Families and Communities4:Strategies to establish productive relationships with families
IV.A: Observing, Recording and Assessing DevelopmentIII: Assessment and Planning for Individual Needs7: Observing and recording children’s behavior
IV.B: Assessing and Using Information to PlanIII: Assessment and Planning for Individual Needs7: Observing and recording children’s behavior
IV.C: Assessing and Using Information to Enhance and Maintain Program QualityVII: Program Planning and Evaluation5: Strategies to manage effective program operation
V: Historical and Contemporary Development of Early Childhood EducationN/A6: Maintaining a commitment to professionalism
VI: ProfessionalismVIII: Professional Development and Leadership6: Maintaining a commitment to professionalism
VII.A: Establishing Healthy PracticesVI: Health, Safety and Nutrition
1: Planning a safe, healthy learning environment
VII.B: Ensuring SafetyVI: Health, Safety and Nutrition
1: Planning a safe, healthy learning environment
VII.C: Providing Healthy NutritionVI: Health, Safety and Nutrition
1: Planning a safe, healthy learning environment
VIII: Application through Clinical ExperiencesN/A6: Maintaining a commitment to professionalism