Child and Youth Program Assistant positions available at the CDC and Youth Center

  • Programs Assistants needed to provide care for children and youth 5-18 yrs.
  • Full time or Flex positions available.
  • On-the-job training provided.
  • Tuition assistance and benefits available for full time positions.
  • Must be 18 and high school graduate.
  • Must be able to complete a background check.

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Pete East Child

Peterson’s Main Child Development Center, Bldg 1350, offers full-day and hourly childcare for children six weeks through 5 years. The center has 21 classrooms and the capacity to provide care for 268 children. The Main CDC is located on the corner of Paine St. and Peterson Blvd., near the Shoppette and Bldg 1.

For information on placement in the Child Development Center, call the CDC Main at 719.554.9573.

Alert Status Care

In order to meet the demands of our military families, the Child Development Program does provide extended care during alert hours, such as for exercises or recalls when notified by the Installation Commander. The extended hours of operation are 5:30 AM to 7:00 PM Children will be permitted to stay beyond the ten-hour daily limit. However, the applicable hourly rate for childcare will apply. We request that parents give notification of intended use as soon as possible to ensure adequate staffing.

Ages Served

All children between the ages of 6 weeks and 5 years whose parents or legal guardians are either active duty military, DoD civilian personnel paid with either APF or NAF, reservists on active duty or during inactive duty training, and DoD contractors are eligible to enroll in the Child Development Program.

Contact Information

For information, call the CDC Main at 719.554.9573.

Tax ID Information

The Child Development Program’s tax identification number is 84.061.7273. The address for the program is 125 E. Stewart Avenue, Peterson SFB, CO 80914. The Child Development Program will provide parents with a print out listing all child care fees paid for the year; however, parents are encouraged to maintain receipts given at the time of payment in their personal records.