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If you don’t pass 1 or more of the tests, the scores on the tests you did pass will be kept for 12 months. You can re-take the tests you didn’t pass any time during the next 12 months without having to pay any additional fee.
You MUST score no less than 410 points on each subject area with an average score of 450 points. And you MUST get a score of no less than 8 points on your essay with a cumulative score of 45 points.
Most courses are 8 weeks long.
No, it’s FREE! Through Federal funding and grants we are able to offer these proven educational programs at no cost to you!
Adults, 18 years and over, who are Washoe County, Nevada residents.


univ_logo Nevada JobConnect is a branch of the Employment Security Division of the Nevada Department of Employment, Training & Rehabilitation. The Division provides comprehensive employment and training services to Nevada businesses and workers. Employment Service programs offer job placement and training opportunities that assist job seekers in returning to work through the state’s workforce investment system.
DETR2013Logo300 Under the Department of Employment, Training & Rehabilitation, the 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.
ParentU_logo-website The Washoe County School District Parent University will offer classes for parents throughout the community during the school year, leveraging community-based partnerships.  The goal of WCSD Parent University if to build the capacity of families to:
  • Basic human needs resources
  • Navigate the educational system
  • Provide leadership and advocacy in their communities
  • Provide safe, nurturing and healthy environments for children outside of school
  • Be lifelong learners
From basic needs to any health and human service program, one telephone call to Nevada 2-1-1 offers access to:
  • Basic human needs resources
  • Physical and mental health resources
  • Financial stability
  • Programs for children, youth and families
  • Support for older Americans and persons with disabilities
  • Volunteer opportunities and donations
  • Support for community crisis or disaster recovery
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