Nevada Continuing Education Funding Resources


What are your career goals for 2021. The Professional Institute of Technology & Accounting helps you look for available funding to go back to school. There are many programs available to you!

UI / Benefits (One Stop Career Center)

Whether you are looking for work, changing jobs or exploring new career options, a One-Stop Career Center is your gateway to many employment and training resources in Southern Nevada. The Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) calls for an integrated public workforce development system that links diverse talent to businesses. Explore the “About” section of this website to access information about all the multiple WIOA required One-Stop partners.

It’s Easy! Learn about all the ways we can help you. One-Stop career coaches are working both virtually and in person to help you find new opportunities and connect you to resources. To make an appointment with a career coach, please call (702) 822-4200 or fill out the interest form below and we will get in touch with you to schedule a meeting.


Click Here to fill out an interest form.


Goodwill is offering assistance to any Adult in Henderson zip code, Youth ages 17-24 yrs, Recent Veterans effected by Covid, or Women involved Domestic Violence

Goodwill is Accepting enrollments for our Henderson resident specific funding for unemployed/underemployed/ or Veterans/or spouses that offers career services and can pay for training (like dental assistant, pharmacy tech, IT certifications etc.), work cards, clothing, and transportation based eligibility-Leslie Mobile (702) 283-2953 Office (702) 750-2766

Click here to book an appointment with our Career Coach!


BVR Bureau Vocational Rehab

The Department of Employment, Training & Rehabilitation’s (DETR) Bureau of Vocational Rehabilitation is a state and federally funded program designed to help people with disabilities become employed and to help those already employed perform more successfully through training, counseling and other support methods. How the Vocational Rehabilitation Program Works Vocational Rehabilitation staff begins with an assessment to determine your current abilities and how you might benefit from available services. You will work with a counselor to create an employment plan that best suits your needs. When necessary, counselors may refer clients to other agencies for resources. Vocational Rehabilitation often collaborates with businesses to assess job sites and implement tools that will improve an employees ability to successfully perform duties. Click the link to view an Orientation video:

Vocational Rehabilitation Locations Southern Nevada Phone: (702) 486-5230 Northern Nevada Phone: (775) 687-6860

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Are You Ready To Give Back?

Learn about FIT- Re-Entry Initiative Program

This program helps ex-offenders re-enter the labor market. Services and funding are available to people with a past criminal history. The program features a strong emphasis on training.

Participation in the program begins with Orientation and Job Readiness classes. Through this, you will learn whether the FIT program is right for you. If you decide that it is, you will be matched with a Case Manage who will work with you one-on-one throughout your program. With your Case Manager, you will identify a job goal and then establish a plan to work toward that goal. This will often include a scholarship for tuition to attend vocational school and become equipped for the job, supportive services and employment related needs. The Re-entry Initiative Program may be the perfect tool to help you start a new chapter in your life and get back into the workforce.

How to Apply The first step is to attend an Orientation. As of now, Orientations are held for the Re-entry Initiative Program every Monday at 8:30am at 1931 Stella Lake Drive, Las Vegas, NV. This is just southwest of the corner of Martin L. King and Lake Mead Blvd. Be sure you are on time because the doors close when Orientation starts. You do not need to bring anything with you to attend an Orientation.

Eligibility To be eligible for the Re-entry Initiative Program you must be:

  • At least 18 years old

  • A U.S. citizen or otherwise legal to work in the U.S.

  • Drug free and alcohol abuse free

  • If you are a male and over the age of 18, you must have registered with the Selective Service

  • Highly motivated and willing to work

  • Have some past criminal history

To find out your status or to register with Selective Service, please visit www.sss.gov.


Nye County Coalition in Pahrump

NYE COUNTY is also “Lead Career Coach - Veteran Specialty


NyE Communities Coalition originated in December 2000, when the Nye County School District (NCSD) contracted with Community Intervention, Inc. to provide training on the process of Community Intervention. The 21st Century Community Learning Center SAFE Schools and the NCSD Safe & Drug-Free Schools grants supported the group, originally known as the Pahrump Awareness League.


Click Here to contact Nye County Coalition



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