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Virtual Event Calendar

Participate in these interactive presentations from the comfort of your home or office, without the expense and disruption of travel. Check back often for new events and be sure to mark your calendar!

ZERO TO THREE virtual events, developed and presented by our expert staff and affiliates get you up to date on the latest research and critical information that is invaluable to the important work you do in the field.

ZERO TO THREE members have unlimited access to most virtual events, free of charge, as well as access to our virtual event archives. Non-members can pay a fee to participate. Interested in becoming a member? Learn more here.

Up Next

Member Exclusive: Re-broadcast from ZERO TO THREE’s Scientific Meeting

June 30, 2021, 2PM ET with Walter Gilliam and Brenda Jones-Harden

Member Exclusive
Register Tomorrow!

Our Scientific Meeting this spring had the theme of Race, Equity, Bias, and Early Childhood, continuing and deepening the conversations that have been occurring among Board and staff these months. Appropriately, we involved Board members, staff, and Fellows in the discussion.

During the first part, several Board members who have studied the impact of racial bias and inequity on young children will describe their work. We heard from Andy Meltzoff concerning the ways that young children pick up racial bias from everyday experience; Brenda Jones-Harden on maternal experience of discrimination and its impact on mothers’ functioning and parenting of their young children; and Walter Gilliam on racial bias experienced and exhibited by early childhood educators.

Coming Soon

Leading with Dignity in Turbulent Times

July 28th, 2021 2 PM ET
Featuring Bela Moté and Sonya Knight

Registration Opens Tomorrow

How can early childhood leaders stay true to their ideals of leading and serving with dignity, regardless of the circumstances at play? Like many, the Carole Robertson Center for Learning faced this question head on during the COVID-19 pandemic and a year grounded in the fight for racial justice. One of the largest early childhood and youth development nonprofit organizations in Chicago, the Carole Robertson Center serves more than 1,000 children and their families every day, with a significant presence on the city’s West Side. In this talk, the Center’s President & CEO and Vice President of Programs & Impact will share their leadership philosophies and lessons learned in service to their community and staff members during an extraordinary year.