Meaningful Makeover Application
Cultivate Learning is recruiting for the next season of Meaningful Makeover!

What is the makeover?
Over the course of a weekend, a team will work with you to “makeover” your family childcare center. The whole experience will be filmed. To learn more, check out previous episodes on the Meaningful Makeover webpage.

Why? To spread the word about exciting, productive, and safe early childhood environments that promote learning! Cultivate Learning is doing makeovers to provide concrete examples to the field that are relatable, manageable, and affordable. Low cost but big impact on the environment.

What will happen?
First – We will meet with you to observe your space in action then collaborate around what the focus of the makeover should be. This is at no additional cost to you or your program, but it does require your time, flexibility, and willingness to work with us.
Next – We do the makeover! The plan is to do the makeover over the weekend so that it does not interfere with your regular operating hours.
Last – We’ll come back to see how the makeover is working. We interview the director, teachers and film children interacting in the environment.

Who? Family childcare owner, any additional staff, possibly parents (optional), and the children!

What would I have to do?
• Provide us with guidance and input.
• Get media consent forms signed by families and staff.
• Make time for a meeting before the makeover, find a weekend for the makeover, do a post-interview and visit.

Questions? Contact us at cultiv8@uw.edu
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Name of your Family Childcare
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Your email and phone number to contact you. *
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Number and ages of children enrolled
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Your coach's name, email and/or phone number
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Briefly tell us why you want to participate in Meaningful Makeover
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What is the biggest challenge in your learning environment you would like help with?
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