Northern Baby Bear Daycare Inc.
Northern Baby Bear Daycare is a nature-inspired, play-based creative learning environment for children where trained staff encourage the young ones to practice problem solving and develop self-help skills. Trena ensures a positive welcoming environment with care that is suited to each child’s specific level of development. Trena also runs a young parent program that supports young parents when they return to high school.
Trena is proud of her business, Northern Baby Bear Daycare and the programs she offers for families. “I love what is happening in my daycare centre with the children and their families – the creativity, the growth, the development and especially all the laughter,” Trena said. She knows her daycare is providing high quality and reliable childcare because enrollment is always at capacity and she is retaining her staff in a competitive market.
One of the best parts of being an entrepreneur for Trena is being able to coach and mentor her employees to be the best they can be.
Meet Trena Hebert
Meet Trena Hebert
Fort St. John is a vibrant, young and happening place according to entrepreneur Trena and she is pleased that Fort St. John offers so many activities for families. Trena loves all the options of things to do in her community especially throughout the winter. When not busy with her business, Northern Baby Bear Daycare, she enjoys spending time with her family and being active in the outdoors.
Trena is passionate about the importance of early childhood education. Owning her own group daycare facility was a lifelong dream. She was so pleased to take over ownership of Northern Baby Bear Daycare in 2008. "I wanted to operate a group daycare so I could do what I loved to do with other like-minded caregivers, to stay inspired and motivate other Early Childhood Educators in the field."
Operating the daycare enables Trena to feel very connected to Fort St. John. As Trena stated, "The staff and I get to be an extended family to every child and every family that enters our program."