The Nevada Registry is governed by policies and procedures that are carefully constructed to protect the privacy of our members and to support the professional development of individual members, registered trainers and the field of Early Care and Education as a whole.
Online Application Process for NEW Members Now Available!
Anyone applying to The Nevada Registry FOR THE FIRST TIME, can now do it electronically. No more paper, copying, mailing costs or postal service delivery delays!
What is The Nevada Registry?
Serving Early Childhood educators throughout Nevada, The Nevada Registry is a workforce data system that captures important information about the Early Care and Education (ECE) workforce in Nevada through career development, recognition and data collection.
The work of The Nevada Registry is guided by a number of guiding principles that establish the framework for the program. These guiding principles also form the foundation to our vision, mission and value statement.
Reports & Statistics
As a recognition and data collection system for Early Care and Education (ECE), The Nevada Registry is in the unique position to gather a vast amount of data about the workforce in our state that is otherwise unavailable.
New, Updates & Events
Financial Relief Available for Small Businesses, Including Child Care Facilities
The Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) is a forgivable loan program to help very small businesses, such as child care programs, with much...Read More
Time’s Up! Online Membership Applications Required
The Nevada Registry’s new online Membership Application process launched on January 13, 2021. As a result, paper Membership Applications submitted...Read More
Upcoming Children’s Advocacy Alliance Town Hall Meeting
Link to Register: https://p2a.co/TDhENuWRead More
2020 Early Childhood Workforce Index and Upcoming Webinar
The Center for the Study of Child Care Employment (CSCCE) recently announced the release of the 2020 Early Childhood Workforce...Read More
Two National Workforce Centers Think About the Issue of Minimum Wage Increases
Marsha Basloe, President, Child Care Services Association and Kimberlee Belcher, PhD, Executive Director, The National Workforce Registry Alliance In September 2014, Seattle made...Read More
Attention Directors: New Process for Requesting Membership Applications for Your Staff
The Nevada Registry launched the online application process in January for anyone applying for membership for the first time. With...Read More
COVID-19 Vaccine Call Center
The Nevada Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) has launched a vaccination call center to answer questions and assist...Read More
Special Offer from CCEI! Take CUR120 as a No-Cost Trial Course Today!
CCEI is proud to offer CUR120: Trouble-Free Transitions that Teach as an online no-cost trial child care training course to...Read More
Goodbye Paper! Online Membership Application Required
As a reminder, The Nevada Registry’s new online Membership Application process launched on January 13, 2021. Effective immediately, paper Membership Applications submitted...Read More
Bringing Home-Based Child Care Providers Into the Fold (Publication)
Sharing a piece on home-based child care providers that Bellwether Education Partners recently released. The piece, called Bringing Home-Based Child Care...Read More