What is Care Camp?

Care Camp is a publication and community for everyone who shares three basic convictions:

  • We believe quality child care is a net-positive for children, families, and our communities

  • We believe a child care businesses is both a way to make a living and to leave an incredible long-term legacy in our society

  • We believe we can only care and educate children if our staff are happy and fulfilled, and we can only keep our staff happy if we’re happy and fulfilled.

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What will Care Camp do?

Care Camp is a platform for publishing interesting ideas related to child care. It is a convener of pressing issues, debates, and solutions. Most importantly, it is the nucleus for a community that seeks to improve their programs, their businesses, and themselves.

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By subscribing to Care Camp, you will never have to worry about missing a thing: every new article will go directly to your inbox.

If you join us as a paid subscribing member, you also get access to:

  • Paywalled articles.

  • Guides.

  • Trainings.

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Running a child care is hard. Always has been. But this decade looks like it’s going to be much harder for child care workers. If you know someone who could use the help, consider gifting them a subscription to Care Camp.

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Write for Care Camp

We’re always on the lookout for new perspectives and interesting pieces, whether from established authors or first-time writers. If you have an idea for a thought-provoking article that contributes to our goal of promoting high-quality child care programs, do send us your idea at:

write@care.camp

The best way to see whether your idea would fit well in Care Camps is to read other pieces we’ve published.

Please send a short pitch, not a full draft. Good pitches should:

  • Add to the conversation. Be original and clearly written.

  • Be short. About three concise paragraphs is usually right. 

  • Give a feel of the piece you want to write. The pitch should model the style of the proposed article, not promise what you’ll do (“I will argue that…”).

  • Please include a short bio of yourself, citing pertinent qualifications and/or why you’re the person to write such a piece. (A sentence or two is sufficient. Feel free to include links to other published material.)


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Elizabeth Garza
Care Camp's child care expert. 15 years in child care business. Here to share what I've learned along the way.