Partnership and Employment Opportunities

Employment Opportunities

Early Learning Instructional Coach
This position will be responsible for providing group professional development and individualized practice-based coaching for teachers in infant/toddler and/or preschool programs, to support high-quality programing and the implementation of curricula grounded in best practice. The grant-funded position will end on December 30, 2021, with the possibility of a maximum one-year extension to December 30, 2022 based on funding availability.

Building NH's Early Childhood Structure

NH's Department of Health and Human Services, Department of Education, and Preschool Development Grant invite stakeholders to participate in a process that will inform the development of NH’s Network of Coordinated Regional Partnerships in Early Care and Education, Supporting Family Strengthening and Well-being. Insights from community partners, advocates, family members, and child and/or family serving organizations are essential to the success of this effort to better serve the children and families of the State of New Hampshire.

The first step of this process was an Information Sharing Meeting, March 29, 2021, to share the vision and intent of this initiative, describe the process to gather data and invite stakeholder input, and to answer stakeholder questions. Access the recording of the meeting.

Input from Early Childhood partners regarding efforts to develop a network of well-coordinated regional early childhood partnerships, along with a review of external data, will inform the development of this proposed system. An Invitation for Input Survey collected information from interested community partners, especially those in early childhood, the first half of April 2021.


NH Family Survey 2020NH Family Survey

This survey is now closed.

From December 2020 to February 2021, the University of New Hampshire conducted a survey of New Hampshire families with children under age 9, regarding families’ needs and the challenges they face in obtaining supportive programs for their young children. Survey findings will help New Hampshire understand how to improve services and systems for families with young children. Survey findings will be shared with the public via the NH PDG website.




Community Grants


August 1, 2020: The first round of NH PDG Community Grants awarded 13 communities with funds to support Capacity Building as well as project-specific activities. We would like to congratulate the following applicants:

Amoskeag Health

Children Unlimited

Claremont Learning Partnership

Good Beginnings

Granite United Way

Greater Tilton Area FRC

Lakes Region Community Services

Milford Thrives


Monadnock United Way


United Way Greater Nashua


United Way Greater Seacoast




Winnacunnet Cooperative



Through a competitive procurement process, the PDG will provide grants to New Hampshire Communities to allow them to access critical funds to address local needs, informed by and aligned with statewide efforts. Grants will vary based upon community need and prioritize communities based on vulnerability. Grants will be provided to: 1) conduct needs assessment and or 2) strategic plan, 3) implement evidence-informed programs and practices, and 4) expand programs and practices proven to work for their community.


Check back for additional opportunities!