UNLV Continuing Education's voiceover instructor, Melissa Moats, is profiled in VEGAS INC.
“Maybe traditional college isn’t for you.”
That’s not exactly a statement one would expect from a major university, but at UNLV Continuing Education, we hope to be saying it more often. The alternative? Registered apprenticeship.
The President has been talking about expanding apprenticeship programs. So has Governor Sandoval. So what are registered apprenticeships all about?
A new Medical Interpretation: Spanish Certificate Program launches this fall and is open for registration. Effective communication between health care providers and their patients is key to successfully serving Nevada’s Spanish speaking familie
Back-to-school sales are popping up in local stores, preparing kids to head back to the classroom. Here at UNLV Continuing Education, we are prepping to get grownups back to class, too! The Fall 2017 Continuing Education catalog is available online and registration is open. Which of our more than 150 classes will you be taking to build career skills, explore a new hobby, or prepare for a new phase in life?
Summer is a great time to try something new! Long days and Las Vegas' sizzling weather may have you looking for ways to stay busy in air conditioned comfort. UNLV Continuing Education just published its summer course brochure featuring more than 100 options for boosting professional skills, transitioning careers, getting creative, or venturing out of your comfort zone.
Melissa Moats has quite the story to tell -- from voiceover student to instructor. Read more in this article.
UNLV Continuing Education collaborates with The Learning Center to address the growing demand for IT and cybersecurity professionals
With hundreds of open information technology (IT) jobs across the region, UNLV is preparing to meet the demand for trained, skilled, and certified IT talent. UNLV Continuing Education is now collaborating with The Learning Center to offer more than 60 IT and cybersecurity courses.
The Division of Educational Outreach Information Desk at the UNLV Paradise Campus has adjusted its office hours due to the Presidential Debate. The Information Desk will close at 5 p.m. on Tuesday, October 18 and remain closed Wednesday, October 19. The regular hours of 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. will resume on Thursday, October 20.
UNLV Continuing Education instructor Jessica Kennedy shares advice on internet privacy in a Las Vegas Review-Journal article.