To help raise awareness of men working in early years education – and the need for more – we want to produce some posters. These will feature images of diverse male early years educators/ practitioners, holding up signs saying ‘Together we are #MITEY’. The one above features Thomas Pickering, who works at a nursery in … Continue reading Send us your #MITEY selfies!
We are delighted to announce that registration is now open for our FREE national MITEY conference, which will take place in central London on 4 September. Speakers will include Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Children and Families Nadhim Zahawi; Gina Rippon, author of the brilliant The Gendered Brain; and a host of experts and innovators … Continue reading MITEY 2019: register for our FREE conference now
Whatever your kids do to celebrate Father’s Day this year, take a few minutes to congratulate yourself on the care and education you’ve given them over the years. And then think…maybe you could use all that experience as the starting point for a new career in early years education. Why not? You know what makes … Continue reading Why not think about a new career this Father’s Day?
We are looking for male early years practitioners who would be happy to act as case studies four our campaign, to help encourage other men to take up a career in early years education. If you would be happy to tell us the story of how you decided to work in early years, what your … Continue reading Help us inspire more men: be a MITEY case study
Do you want more men working in early years education? Maybe you run a nursery and only ever get women applying for the jobs you advertise. Perhaps you’re a male practitioner feeling isolated and demotivated. Well now’s the time to join the MITEY campaign and connect with like-minded individuals and organisations doing their best to … Continue reading Join us and help make early years education a male-friendly career