Jessica Marshall was a 911 dispatcher for many years before becoming an Early Childhood Educator. She graduated from the ECE program with Honours in May of 2011 and has worked at some incredible child care centres within her community.
She became a member of the ECEBC Leadership Initiative for 2013/14 where she belonged to a team of Early Childhood Educators throughout the province of BC, determined to bring about positive change in the ECE field and the lives of children and families. Jessica and her Prince George team studied and encouraged the positive benefits that Rough and Tumble play can bring to children.
Jessica is a mother of 3 children and is passionate about building strong and trusting relationships with the children and families in her care. She recognizes that in order to support a child in their years of growing she must also provide a supportive environment for their family.
Nicole Zabielska has been an Early Childhood Educator for 10 years. She graduated from the ECE program with honours and after a few years of working in the ECE field she continued her education by taking the Infant and Toddler classes.
Nicole's first career as an early childhood educator first began when she developed and worked at The Exploration Place Early Explorers Preschool program. After working for 5 years in a preschool setting she chose to branch out and work in many childcare centres as a sub.
Nicole is now a mother of a wonderful son and has become an essential part of the Early Learning Preschool of the North. She is kind, compassionate and has so much love to give to all of the children in her care.
We are now accepting resumes for substitute Early Childhood Educators and Early Childhood Education Assistants.