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Teach in Clark County

Nevada's largest school district.

Teach in CCSD

Clark County is the fifth largest school district in the country and is comprised of 358 schools with more than 42,000 employees. CCSD is also the largest employer in the state, so there are many jobs available year-round.

How it Works


  • Enroll in the Nevada Teachers of Tomorrow program
  • Pass state required testing
  • Complete Nevada Teachers Classroom Readiness online training modules
  • Submit principal reference
  • Teach for four academic semesters with full pay and benefits under a Conditional License
  • Receive your Standard Teaching License

Clark County Specifics

Clark County requires that all licensed teachers have some classroom experience in conjunction with a Principal reference. There are two ways to satisfy this requirement.

Previous Classroom Experience

If you have worked as a teacher, aide, substitute teacher or paraprofessional, in any state, and can obtain a principal reference from that school, on your behalf, that reference will suffice as the necessary classroom experience required by CCSD.

-OR-

Substitute Teaching

If you have no prior classroom experience, you can apply to become a substitute with Clark County School District. Substitute teaching will give you helpful insight when you’re ready to teach in your own classroom. Working as a substitute teacher in that district will also help you get your foot in the door and most often these turn into full time teacher positions. Make sure you have completed some of your Nevada Teachers classroom readiness training modules before you begin your substituting position. Those modules will give you a foundation of knowledge to help you be successful.

  • All substitutes must have a substitute license from the Nevada Department of Education. Fill out this form and submit to the DOE.
  • Set up your CCSD substitute account on their online portal
  • Search and apply for substitute positions online
  • Complete all required interview steps to earn the position

-In order for the principal to be comfortable referring you the average length of time for a new substitute to obtain a principal reference is around 10-15 days, but has been shorter in some instances.

Once you have your principal reference

Apply to Full-time CCSD Teaching Jobs


Log into your CCSD account and submit a Licensed Application to start applying and teaching with full pay and benefits. You’ll need to upload a few documents:

Resume

Transcript(s)

Score Report

Submit References

References from your ARL program are required. Provide the following information in your CCSD online portal:

  • ARL Supervisor  (Nevada Teachers Program Director)
  • Cooperating Teacher  (your online instructor)
  • Administrator  (principal reference)

 

Resources


Once you have completed all required steps on the CCSD website, you can login and search for open positions. Depending on how far along you are in our program, you may be searching for a substitute position, or a full-time teaching job. Either way, Nevada Teachers has many resources to help you prepare for your interview.

Need more information?

Clark County School District
http://teach.vegas

Nevada Department of Education
http://www.doe.nv.gov

The Hive / CCSD
http://thehive.vegas/

Clark County HR – CCSD Applications Team
(702)799-5427 (Option 3)

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