Our School of Education Career Resources provide students and alumni with lifelong career connections.
Whether you are starting your first career, changing your career, or looking for business connections, networking is a great way to connect.
Kappa Delta Pi, an International Honor Society in Education
Henderson Chamber of Commerce
Las Vegas Chamber of Commerce
These are some helpful websites that can assist you in your job search:
Nevada Department of Education
Clark County School District
Las Vegas Sun
Las Vegas Review Journal
You can expand your horizon and teach overseas. These websites can assist your search in temporary and permanent teaching positions around the world.
You can serve as a Peace Corps volunteer and work on a master's degree.
TimePlan Education Group
TimePlan is one of U.K.'s top teaching agencies. It places qualified teachers in short and long term teaching vacancies in England and Scotland.
U.S. Department of Defense Education Activity (DODEA)
You will find information about teaching in military schools, being a liason for DODEA schools, and various teaching topics.
Developing your knowledge, skills, and overall experience is a great way to advance your career. Even though you have left the campus, we are still here to help you pursue your potential.
The Purdue Online Writing Lab (OWL) offers free resources including resume writing, interview tips and other information.
How to Write a Resume
It is important that you continue learning about the latest information in education. Here are some programs we offer for our graduates:
Post-Baccalaureate Teacher Education Program (TEP)
The School of Education offers course work leading to teacher certification in Elementary Education, Special Education, and Secondary Education for individuals who have earned their Bachelor of Arts or Science in any area.
The Post-Baccalaureate Teacher Education Program does not lead to a degree. Students completing the program will need to apply for a teaching license through the Nevada Department of Education. For more information on the teacher licensure requirements visit the Nevada Department of Education website.
For more information on our Post-Baccalaureate Teacher Education Program, please click here.
The School of Education offers coursework that leads to teaching endorsements recognized by the Nevada Department of Education (http://nvteachers.doe.nv.gov/). The autism coursework includes content in speech and language disorders, assistive and augmentative communication technology for students with disabilities, behavior management, characteristics of students with students with autism, and methods and curriculum for teaching students with autism. Teaching students with autism is a high need areas in Nevada. The Teaching English as a Second Language (TESL) and bilingual coursework that lead to endorsements have become increasingly popular courses to take especially with our large English Language Learner population in Nevada. The School of Education and CCSD have worked collaboratively on several projects to increase the number of teachers obtain a TESL endorsement.
For more information on our Endorsment Programs, please click here.