Child Development - Ellen Brewer House
The Ellen Brewer House (EBH) is an on-site child care program serving children whose ages range from six weeks to two years of age. The primary goal of EBH is to provide a model infant program in which students enrolled in the child development program can observe and work. The program has been cited statewide as an exemplary program, and has been recognized by Partnerships for Inclusion. There are work-study opportunities for students during the academic year. If you would like to learn more about the EBH program, please contact:
Sarah Edwards, Director
Ellen Brewer Infant Toddler Lab Home
Child Development – Ellen Brewer House
- The Ellen Brewer House is an infant and toddler center located on Meredith’s campus. It serves as a demonstration site for Child Development majors, as well as a high-quality learning environment for the children. Students from child development courses come and observe the enrolled infants and toddlers to track and compare their developmental milestones.
- The center is staffed by a full time director and assistant director.
- Sarah Edwards - Director
- Carly Lantz - Assistant Director
- The Ellen Brewer House also hires current Meredith students majoring in Child Development. Once students have completed a required number of child development courses, they are observed and evaluated by the director and assistant director before joining the staff.