Great Beginnings. Strong Futures.    

About Us

Since 1999, the Randolph Partnership for Children (RPC), a non-profit organization, has made a positive impact on the lives of thousands of Randolph County children and their families. As the community’s lead organization for young children and their families, RPC brings together diverse agencies, individuals, organizations and communities to ensure all children enter school ready to succeed. RPC is a United Way agency.

Our Vision

We believe children are our future, and the community is an essential part of their path to success.

Our Mission

To ensure strong families with healthy, well-prepared children by galvanizing our community to advocate for and invest in their future.

The Randolph Partnership for Children:

  • Conducts research, facilitates county-wide and community-specific planning, and allocates/leverages funds to support programs which benefit young children 0–5 and their families.
  • Is a catalyst for bringing together diverse sectors and interests to help develop solutions.
  • Serves as the central source of information and technical assistance to improve the quality of child care in Randolph County.
  • Educates the community on the critical needs of young children and the importance of early education.

Our Staff

We currently employ 11 full-time staff in the areas of administration, finance, marketing and development, early care and education, and program coordination and evaluation.  Meet Our Staff

Our Board

We are governed by a board of directors that represents parents, health care, public agencies, corporate and area leaders, communities of faith, child care centers, educational institutions, municipal government, civic organizations, and concerned citizens.  Meet Our Board

Employment Opportunities

Our team is passionate about early childhood development and dedicated to ensuring Great Beginnings and Strong Futures for all children in Randolph County. We offer a competitive salary and benefits, and a high-energy workplace.     Job Vacancies