The Child Care Program at FAA is a valued WorkLife service that enhances the family and strengthens the workforce. One of the most important benefits we can provide our workforce is quality child care. For our employees with young children, on or near-site child care is often a significant factor in meeting responsibilities both at work and at home. The FAA has developed an exemplary child care program consisting of 15 FAA child care centers across the country. Quality child care is also a solid investment in the welfare of children who are the workforce of the future. It is, and will continue to be, a significant component of our vision of excellence.
Click here to enroll your child(ren) in one of the 15 FAA child care centers.
In support of our child care initiative, a national program manager oversees the development and implementation of child care policy and programs. Under the program's guidance, FAA sites nationwide have established high-quality child development centers designed to meet employees’ needs. All of the child care programs are licensed by their respective state. Additionally, our programs are accredited through the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC).
If you have any questions, please contact Martina Shipman, National Child Care Program Manager.
FAA Child Care Subsidy Program: High-quality child care options for your children can be extremely expensive. But without them, FAA parents may struggle to find peace of mind while at work.
The good news is that the FAA Child Care Subsidy Program may allow you to afford safe and reliable child care. It also helps with children with special needs until they turn 18. Click here to view the Child Care Subsidy Program MOU.
Resources: You can find local resources on child care, health and social services, financial assistance, support for children with special needs, and more on www.childcare.gov.
For more information, contact:
FAA National Child Care Program Manager
DOT Child Care Advisor
703 225 2181 work
703 401 7576 cell
Jennifer Malloy (ZOB)
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The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) WorkLife Program provides the FAA workforce with resource and referral services to promote work life balance and assist with employee resilience.