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Kansas Future Fellows

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  • Innovation Comm…
    Child Care Innovation Communities is a competitive add-on to the Child Care Capacity Accelerator Community Grant. Innovation Communities will work collaboratively with other communities across Kansas to pilot specific strategies to expand child care capacity that meet the unique needs of their families. […]
  • Accelerator Com…
    The Kansas Child Care Capacity Accelerator will support community-based teams—including early childhood providers and champions, employers, and economic development leaders—in their efforts to create affordable and accessible child care seats in their communities. […]
  • 2023 Early Chil…
    On February 17, groups from the Kansas Early Childhood Governance System presented highlights, including progress to date, goals for 2022, and discuss opportunities to work together to accomplish the goals of the All in for Kansas Kids Strategic Plan. […]
  • Early Childhood…
    See upcoming Early Childhood Conference opportunities across Kansas and nationally. […]
  • Developmental H…
    Are you a parent of a child age birth to 5 (Pre-K) in Kansas? We need your help to improve early childhood developmental health experiences! If you are interested in participating, please register. Participants who attend the full session will receive a $100 stipend for their time, commitment, and input. […]

Why We Need Future Fellows

The lives of Kansans are rapidly evolving—economically, socially, technologically, culturally—yet our human service programs often struggle to adapt fast enough. This fact challenges our ability as a state to ensure that every child thrives.

Future Fellows aims to make certain Kansas is an exceptional place to do business and raise a family.

The Future Fellows innovations program was developed by the University of Kansas Center for Public Partnerships and Research in partnership with the Kansas Children’s Cabinet and Trust Fund and foresight experts at Openfields.

Read more about the Kansas Future Fellows program.