About Bright Learning Stars
Bright Learning Stars, a daycare worker cooperative, offers attentive child care services to children ages 6 weeks to 12 years old, including after school programs. Each member of our team is CPR trained and possesses years of experience as daycare providers, and are eager to create a nurturing environment for your children to learn and grow.
As part of the Bright Learning Stars Family, your children will get to enjoy:
And much more!
Meet our staff
My Name is Jessica. I was born and raised in Brooklyn. I am one of the founding worker-owners of our Co-op daycare. I currently work with toddlers. I have 18 years of experience working in childcare, starting off as a nanny for 6 years and 12 years of working in daycare as a assistant. I’m very happy to be part of this cooperative daycare family. I am dedicated to the social and emotional development of each child and make it my goal to make sure that each child receives the best care and love at Bright Learning Stars.
My name is Beata, I was born in Poland and moved to the USA as a teenager. I am one of the founding worker-owners of our Co-op daycare. I specialise in taking care of infants and have over 5+ years of experience working in the childcare industry. I love children and working with them. I am thrilled to be part of this adventure and would like to welcome you all to the Bright Learning Stars family.
My name is Paula, I was born in Puebla, Mexico and my family moved to the USA when I was in elementary school. I am one of the worker-owners of our Co-op daycare. I have a special affinity with our youngest students. When I'm not at Bright Learning Stars I love spending time with my family.
About Worker Cooperatives
A worker cooperative is a business that is owned and controlled by its workers. Worker cooperatives are values-driven, putting worker and community benefit at the core of their purpose. Worker-owners participate in the financial success of the business, decision making, oversight, and day-to-day management of the business using democratic practices.
Worker cooperatives have proven to be effective in creating and maintaining sustainable, dignified jobs; generating wealth, particularly for people who lack access to business ownership; improving the quality of life of workers, and the stability of the business; and promoting community development.
More information can be found on the United States Federation of Worker Cooperatives' website