The Preschool for All Pilot Site Application is open March 8th through April 22nd.

Black, Brown, Native American Indigenous, and Providers of Color and providers who speak languages other than English are highly encouraged to apply as Pilot Sites. Families have consistently communicated the importance of providers who reflect their culture and language. Preschool for All is committed to having a diverse set of providers who look and sound like the children and families enrolled in the program.

When applying, please read through the full application before responding and pay close attention to the question scoring criteria. Many Pilot Site applications we received last year did not include enough information or details. Some sections include more than one question. Please read the questions carefully and include examples in your answers when applicable.

English 2024-25 Pilot Site Application

Spanish 2024-25 Pilot Site Application

Russian 2024-25 Pilot Site Application

Traditional Chinese 2024-25 Pilot Site Application

Vietnamese 2024-25 Pilot Site Application

The application form you will complete is a link at the end of the application document. The link will take you to a Google form.

If you have any questions about the application, please review the Preschool for All Provider Frequently Asked Questions page. If your question is not answered there, please email and we will get back to you as soon as possible!  

Once a preschool program qualifies to be a PFA Provider, they remain qualified for multiple years and do not need to reapply.

Attend one of the following info sessions to learn more about the application process!

Register for an info session:

Wednesday, April 10, 2024, 6pm – 7pm (Spanish)

Thursday,  April 11, 2024, 6pm – 7pm(English with interpretation available)

Contracting Details

Micro-Enterprise Services of Oregon (MESO) is the Intermediary Organization for Preschool for All and holds PFA contracts with home-based providers and small centers. MESO works closely with the Preschool & Early Learning Division to ensure that providers’ needs are met and that the system works smoothly to support their participation.

MESO will guide providers through the contracting process and ongoing implementation by sharing information, answering questions, and ensuring that contractual requirements are met. In addition, as the Intermediary Organization, MESO will also: 

  • Offer business development opportunities in areas such as:
    • Budget planning,
    • Purchasing and maintaining appropriate insurance,
    • Record-keeping, and  
    • Staffing and supervision. 
  • Support provider invoicing and pay providers in a timely manner. 
  • Help providers address challenges through resource connections and system navigation.