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Receive access to FREE dental and vision coverage, an Employee Assistance Program (EAP), unlimited telemedicine calls, ten teletherapy sessions and an optional Whole Life insurance policy simply for being an active member of The Nevada Registry! (Must be working in a child care center or other Early Childhood-related program in Nevada to qualify.)

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The Nevada Registry Advisory Committee serves as a body to guide, advise and make recommendations concerning issues related to Nevada’s professional development and training approval systems. The Committee operates in accordance with The Nevada Registry’s Vision, Mission and Value Statement.

Composition of the Registry Advisory Committee

The Nevada Registry Advisory Committee is an advising body with a broad range of professional representation across the state. The Committee is comprised of representatives from Early Childhood Programs who guide the vision of The Nevada Registry. Agency representatives are invited to participate based on the population represented by their program/agency (Higher Education, Center-Based Care, Home-Based Care, etc.) as well as the individual’s connection to, and understanding of, the child care industry in Nevada.  Members include, but are not exclusive to, at least one individual representing the following:

  • Funding Agent
  • CCDF Subsidy Representative
  • Higher Education including 2 year and 4 year institutions
  • State Department of Education
  • Quality Rating and Improvement System (QRIS)
  • Child Care Licensing (State and County)
  • Statewide Early Childhood Scholarship Program
  • Nevada Pre-K Standards
  • Head Start/Early Head Start
  • School District-Based Pre-K Program
  • Licensed Center-Based Child Care Provider (Urban and Rural)
  • Licensed Family Child Care
  • Tribal Child Care
Identified agencies have a standing position on the Committee.  Positions on the Advisory Committee are voluntary; however, agency representatives are asked to commit to a minimum of a 2-year term. If an agency is unable to participate in accordance with the Member Agreement by maintaining representation on the Committee, another agency representing the same or similar population will be invited to join the committee.

Duties of Advisory Committee Members

  • Provide guidance to The Nevada Registry Program Director in accordance with the Advisory Committee Member Agreement
  • Serve as an advocate for The Nevada Registry within the ECE community and at public hearings for Child Care Licensing and other Boards, Committees, etc. where the Registry is being discussed
  • Act as a sounding board during the planning stages for new programs, services and miscellaneous activities of the Registry
  • Help create policies and procedures that govern specific aspects of The Nevada Registry’s Training Approval and Career Development systems
  • Participate on project-specific subcommittee(s) of interest
  • Serve on appeals panels when applicable
  • Sign a Confidentiality Agreement and Conflict of Interest Policy annually.

Meeting Schedule and Location

The Advisory Committee meets only as deemed necessary by the Registry Program Director and corresponds primarily via email and conference calling. In addition, independent subcommittees are formed periodically to work on project-specific tasks. All face-to-face meetings are scheduled by The Nevada Registry staff and typically occur at the Professional Development Center in Reno at 240 S. Rock Boulevard, Ste. #143.  No meetings of the Advisory Committee are scheduled at this time.

Reporting Structure

The Advisory Committee functions independently from the day to day operations of The Nevada Registry to provide feedback, input, and recommendations to the Registry. The Nevada Registry has final decision-making authority.

The Nevada Registry Advisory Committee Members

Updated list coming soon!