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Group Symposium1Table of ContentsIntroduction......................................................................................................................................1Grants resources available for day care students.............................................................................1Grants resources available for Faculty and Staff.............................................................................3Recommendations............................................................................................................................4Conclusion.......................................................................................................................................5References........................................................................................................................................6
Group Symposium2IntroductionThe university of Alaska-Fairbanks is considered as a public institution which was established in1917 with the sole motive of imparting necessary child care services. It is considered the bestuniversity in the US. UAF have various daycare which is known as the Bunnell House EarlyChildhood Lab School. In this paper, we will study about the grants available for the Universityof Fairbanks in Alaska to have a daycare on campus or utilize the daycares in Fairbanks. Grantsare necessary for the university to reduce the high cost of child care for faculty, students and thestaff members working with the organization. Reductions in the cost of imparting child careservices will necessary introduce the new way of child care and manage them. Bunnell HouseChild Care School partners with Open Arms Child Development Center to send children whenthey are full. On the other hand, Fairbanks, Alaska also has more than 20 licensed child careoffices where they care the child ranging from 6 weeks to school age before and after care. Dueto the less profit, sometimes faculty of the staff also has to use such places which are not licensedand out of their authority. With the help of effective and sufficient grants, the university able toimplement day-care centers effectively and can also able to give discounts to low-incomestudents who can’t afford it.Grants resources available for day care studentsUAF has started a large number of grants programs to promote literacy, physical activity, andnutrition at preschools. It provides a huge amount of its income for grants. The main motive ofthe institution behind giving grant is to promote food gardens, playgrounds, outdoor classroomsand necessary facilities (Barrera, 2016). Daycare students have a large number of grants