Dependent Care Support for Faculty & Staff
Georgetown University realizes that balancing the needs of family and work can be challenging and stressful. The following resources are available to help support you in managing your dependent care needs.
Bright Horizons Back-Up Child, Adult and Elder Care
Don’t stress about school breaks, bad weather, or when your elder loved one is recovering from surgery. Each year you can reserve up to seven days of high-quality center, or in-home care for your child, adult, or elder relatives at no cost to you.
Bright Horizons Care Advantage Parent Supports
Working parents need support to balance the many responsibilities that you face each day. Your Bright Horizons Enhanced Family Supports™ benefit can help, every step of the way.
Need child care? Post your job with HoyaWorks
If you would like to hire a Georgetown University student to provide child care or tutoring support, you can post the position through the Student Employment Office’s HoyaWorks program.
- Watch this on-demand webinar introducing the suite of Bright Horizons enhanced family supports available to faculty and staff. (new window)
Monthly Parenting Discussion Group
All GU parents are invited to this virtual monthly discussion group, facilitated by speaker and parent educator, Paige Trevor. Each month a new topic is explored, but there’s always room for your questions. You will leave with new tools and ideas to solve your daily family problems.
Discounts from GUAdvantage
From child care centers, tutoring, laptops to Au Pair placement services, explore the employee discounts available at beneplace.com/georgetown (new window). Enter password “GUSAVES” when registering.
Dependent Care Resource Coordinator
Finding the right support can be challenging and the dependent care resource coordinator is here to help. Reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org (new window).
Are you eligible for DC Paid Family Leave?
The District of Columbia’s Paid Family Leave program provides employees with benefits when they are out on leave from work to bond with a new child, take care of a family member, or take care of their own serious health condition. Paid Family Leave is an
insurance program, which means that only employees who have worked in a covered job can receive benefits and only when they experience a covered event. You can visit the How to Apply (new window) section of the DC PFL website and view the Employee Handbook (new window) to learn more.