Academic Programs & Opportunities for Students
The Arlitt Center is closely aligned with the ECE-Birth-Age 5 Online program, the ECE PK-Grade 5 licensure program, and the Human Development and Community Engagement Program. The Arlitt Child Development Center is the University of Cincinnati laboratory preschool, which demonstrates best practice in early childhood education. Arlitt teachers mentor students coming through these programs and many faculty and staff of the Arlitt Center serve as instructors. Arlitt also houses the Education for Environmental Sustainability undergraduate certificate and partners with faculty and graduate students in Educational Studies.
Undergraduate Partner Programs:
Early Childhood Ed (Pre-K-Grade 5)
Early Childhood Ed (Birth-Age 5 online)
Human Development and Community Engagement
Education for Environmental Sustainability (EES) Certificate
Graduate Partner Programs:
Educational Studies (Masters)
Educational Studies- Developmental and Learning Sciences (PhD)
Opportunities for Students:
In addition to the programs above, Arlitt has partnered across disciplines with students and faculty from Art Education, Industrial Design, Environmental Studies, School Psychology, Allied Health and Communication Science Disorders.
If you are interested in volunteering, observing, partnering with an early childhood professional for a special project, or becoming a student worker, please contact Director Mary Beth Wright.