Night time shot of Lied Library, with Las Vegas Strip in background.

Welcome to UNLV Workforce Education!


The Workforce Education programs at UNLV prepare for current and future career and technical educators, researchers, and leaders in secondary and postsecondary settings as well as training and administrative professionals who oversee workforce education and professional development in public and private settings. Preparation focuses on instructional and curricular decision-making processes, program evaluation, administration, and leadership development.
The University of Nevada, Las Vegas wishes to acknowledge and honor the Indigenous communities of this region, and recognize that the university is situated on the traditional homelands of the Nuwuvi, Southern Paiute People. We offer gratitude for the land itself, for those who have stewarded it for generations, and for the opportunity to study, learn, work, and be in community with this land. We encourage everyone in this space to engage in continued learning about the Indigenous peoples who work and live on this land since time immemorial, including the Las Vegas Paiute Tribe and the Moapa Band of Paiutes, and about the historical and present realities of colonialism. As one of the most diverse universities in the United States, UNLV believes it is important to recognize and appreciate the use of Southern Paiute land as part of its mission to be a welcoming and inclusive place for working and learning.