Joey Georgusis Center for Children
In keeping with Delgado’s mission statement, the Joey Georgusis Center for Children provides a safe, high quality learning environment for the children of the College’s diverse community that stimulates each child’s social, emotional, physical, and cognitive development and provides hands-on training and experience for the students enrolled in the Care and Development of Young Children Program.
The Children’s Center serves as a site for students in the Care and Development of Young Children Program to observe and/or to receive practical guided experience with children. The Center offers students the opportunity to meet training requirements for the Child Development Associate (CDA) credential. Additionally, faculty members and students in other departments will work on special approved projects with the children and the staff of the Center.
New state-of-the art facility
Ages served – six weeks to four years old
Receptive to parent/guardian visits
Contains camera-monitored classrooms
Hours of operation: 7:15 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
Availability of services based on the date of application and vacancy in age group.
Carol Alexander-Lewis, director
Office: (504) 671-6542
Fax: (504) 671-6548