From the Great Basin to the Mojave Desert, residents of Nevada enjoy a topography as beautiful as it is diverse. Nevada, the “Silver State” was made famous with the discovery of the Comstock Lode in 1859, the richest recorded U.S. silver deposit. Nevada is also the nation’s largest gold-producing state, second in the world only to South Africa. When you take a position as a special education teacher in Nevada you'll experience a wide variety of weather from an arid desert climate in the South, to snow covered mountains to the north.
As a special education teacher in Nevada, take advantage of the natural beauty of a wildly diverse terrain. There are beautiful deserts for the adventurous hiker or ATV enthusiast, skiing in the Sierra Nevada mountain range, or mountain climbing in the country’s most mountainous state with 172 summits. For those less outdoorsy, you can easily find accommodations in the gambling and entertainment capital of the U.S. Visit Las Vegas or the “Biggest little city in the World”, Reno, for world class casino’s and shows, or enjoy the serenity of beautiful Lake Tahoe. Nevada has it all. From Las Vegas to Reno, we have the special education teacher job for you.