Detroit Parent Collective/WSU Child Care Town hall
This event is in the past.
Detroit, MI 48202
Wayne State University is in the process of establishing a partnership with the Detroit Parent Collective (DPC) to provide student parents with an on-campus co-working space with onsite cooperative childcare for children 0 to 24 months.
Join DPC’s Inspired Director, Krista McClure and representatives from WSU's Childcare Implementation Committee to learn more about the Detroit Parent Collective on Wayne State University's Campus. In the weeks to follow we will have additional series to tackle items such as; hours, fees and physical design.
5 pm -6:30 pm
Student Center Hilberry D
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What is the Detroit Parent Collective?
The Detroit Parent Collective (DPC) is an organization dedicated to offering a supportive co-working environment, together with high-quality onsite childcare. Driven by its commitment to a social impact model, DPC is inclusive to Detroit area families with emphasis on bridging societal divides in all their forms. The DPC began with one location in Detroit’s Bagley Neighborhood and is partnering with WSU to offer services to the campus community.
What makes this different from traditional day-care?
DPC's innovative model blends co-working space with childcare support. Imagine a home-like co-working space, located on campus, which offers an eco-friendly environment to its families and children. The esthetics make the space warm and inviting. There are comfortable workspaces where you can settle into your work. Children are being supervised and engaged by DPC staff, playing within close proximity of the parent and utilizing natural aesthetic materials.