Every child is an individual. Yet, they all share one thing in
common – the earlier they learn how to learn, the better they’ll do throughout the rest of their lives.
UMOM’s Child Development Center serves children from six weeks to five years old. Teachers assess each child’s strengths, then create a learning plan that helps them reach developmental goals while encouraging creativity and curiosity. We partner with parents, too, to ensure the healthy learning environment continues at home.
Volunteers assist teachers with art projects, reading, singing, games and play with children ages five and younger.
Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. until noon.
UMOM New Day Centers main campus.
Volunteers must be age 16 and over, and must have completed or will obtain a TB test, and has or will obtain an Arizona fingerprint card. Volunteers under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult.
- TB test
You may obtain a TB (tuberculosis) test from your health care provider. Tests are also available through the Maricopa County Public Health Department for a fee of $65.
- Fingerprint clearance card
You may obtain your fingerprint card through Fieldprint Arizona. There is a fee of $65. On the application form, you’ll be asked to indicate why you need to be fingerprinted. Please check the box that looks like this:
- Department of Economic Security (DES): DES-Domestic Violence/ Homeless Shelters (ARS 36-3008 & 46-141)
UMOM’s Child Development Center is part of Arizona’s Quality First program and is accredited through the National Accreditation Commission for Early Child Care and Education Programs.
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