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TNTP Teaching Fellows

Background Checks and Fingerprinting for Nevada

Fingerprints are checked with the Nevada State Division of Criminal Justice Services and the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Incoming Fellows are responsible for the fingerprinting fee.

Fingerprint information and forms

The schools district will evaluate candidates for teaching positions with prior criminal records in accordance with state law and will either approve or deny a candidate based on the nature of his or her conviction, how long ago it occurred, and the age of the candidate at the time of conviction.

Fellows with criminal records will be interviewed and given an opportunity to discuss their records before any decisions to approve or deny are made. Fellows with prior records should be aware that their applications will be subject to further review by the office of Labor Relations, and Labor Relations may deem them ineligible for employment in the classroom. Fellows deemed ineligible to teach in Nevada will not be permitted to continue with the Fellows program.