Toddler Teachers

Toddler Teachers


Supervising Teacher, Room 100
Room 100


Joselyn Gomez

Supervising Teacher, Room 104
Room 104

My name is Joselyn Gomez and I am thrilled to be the Supervising Teacher in Room 104. My passion for working with children began when I was 14 years old and I volunteered at a summer day camp in my hometown of Los Angeles. After obtaining my associates degree in Behavioral Science and my ECE certificate I moved to Denver in search of new beginnings and began working at the AELC in 2015. In my personal time, I enjoy spending time outdoors and attending music shows with friends.

Aimee Carbajal

Supervising Teacher, Room 106
Room 106

Hello, my name is Aimee Carbajal. I have been with the AELC since December 1996, but started my career in early childhood education in 1992. I have loved and appreciated every moment! I have had the opportunity to work with so many wonderful children, families, and staff. We all work together as a team to create a positive environment and experience for all of the children and their families. I began working with children before the age of 12, when I received my Red Cross Babysitting Certification. I have developed a strong passion and great love to work with young children. I have an associate’s degree in ECE and am Director Qualified for the State of Colorado. On a personal note, I am happily married with a young daughter and a son. I enjoy spending time with my family in the outdoors.

Sue Clarke

Supervising Teacher, Room 108
Room 108

I came to the Auraria Campus from Glenwood Springs in the spring of 2015 to pursue my certificate in Early Childhood Education. This campus was like a green oasis in the middle of a bustling city that made me feel welcomed, respected, and encouraged. I was a student observer at the Auraria Early Learning Center during my first summer on campus. I've worked at the AELC as an Aide, a Teacher’s Assistant, and now as the Supervising Teacher in Room 108. I hold a BA and MA in Art History, as well as an AAS in Electronics and Semiconductor Manufacturing. I worked in museums for 25 years, and I've also worked in a variety of elementary and middle school positions. I even spent one summer in Nicaragua teaching English. Working at the AELC continues to nourish and grow my sense of hope and opportunity for all.