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.
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
Mask Mandate as of July 30, 2021
Please see the following message from Washoe County Child Care Licensing: As many of you are likely aware, on Tuesday,...Read More
2021 Child Tax Credit
A message from the IRS to Nevada’s licensed child care providers: Tool available for non-filers with qualifying children to receive...Read More
National Workforce Registry Alliance & Professional Development Registries Team up to Elevate Voices from the Field
The National Workforce Registry Alliance (NWRA) and ECE Professional Development Workforce Registries nationwide (including The Nevada Registry) are collaborating to...Read More
Share Your Experiences as a Child Care Professional During COVID-19!
This message is in English and Spanish. Para leer la versión en español de este mensaje desplácese a la segunda...Read More
New Immunization Exemption Requirement for Child Care and Accommodation Facilities
Changes to Nevada regulations took effect July 1, 2021 Immunization exemption requirements that took effect July 1, require parents to...Read More
Great Basin College Offers New Online BA in Early Childhood Education
PRESS RELEASE Great Basin College (GBC) and the Department of Arts & Sciences are proud to announce that the Bachelors...Read More
Notice of Upcoming Family and Community Engagement Subcommittee Meeting
The Family and Community Engagement Subcommittee Advisory meeting is scheduled for Monday, July 19, 2021 at 10:00 am. Please see...Read More
CDC’s Updated Guidance for Early Childhood Programs
The CDC released updated guidance for Early Childhood Programs. COVID-19 Guidance for Operating Early Care and Education/Child Care Programs (cdc.gov)...Read More
A Conversation About the COVID-19 Vaccine
Click Here to Register Join GEEARS: Georgia Early Education Alliance for Ready Students and the GA CEAL (Community Engagement Alliance Against...Read More
Help Promote the PBS NewsHour Series on America’s Child Care Dilemma
A message from the BUILD Initiative: The Pritzker Family Foundation and PBS NewsHour are partnering on a week-long series entitled...Read More