North Central New Mexico Economic Development District is looking for a VISTA Volunteer to help with the new regional Cybersecurity economic development initiative. Make a year-long commitment to serve and receive a monthly stipend and benefits plus a bonus upon completion. Work with a terrific career mentor and gain valuable skills and connections while interacting with leading technologists in government, federal laboratories, and private firms to help our region grow a successful Cybersecurity industry.
To learn more or apply, contact Scott Beckman 505-395-2676 firstname.lastname@example.org
Design has its own order and finding the right “shape” to communicate complex ideas and rich threads of content in a way that inspires engagement is an art. Come meet Andrea Multari and see how she managed the process of rethinking function, reshaping narrative, and reorganizing content with her entire team to support development of a stunning new and responsive website for LANL Foundation. If you have ever struggled to figure out what information to put where on a website, this TechBivvy free monthly Friday-morning BizBrew session is for you!
Register for FREE BizBrew - Friday Morning Coffee Series - August 18, 2017
@ First National Santa Fe, Main Office
62 Lincoln Avenue Board Room Second Floor
Santa Fe, NM 87501
8:30 AM - 9:30 AM
Our new YouTube Channel is up and running now and we are building the online video bank with student-generated interviews with local Tech professionals in New Mexico. New videos were jut added by Mario Martinez. A graduate of Espanola High School and an aspiring film major heading to college in Las Cruces this fall, Mario arranged, filmed, and edited New Mexico Career Profile interviews while serving as an intern this summer at Los Alamos National Laboratory. Special Thanks to Lauren McDaniel at Project Y Co-Working Space in Los Alamos for helping with the filming and interviewing process and to LANL Community Partnerships Office for supporting the project. Plus, we are grateful to the tech professionals that were willing to be interviewed in Los Alamos and Santa Fe including Meow Wolf (stay tuned and check back soon, as more videos are in the editing process, too!).
If you are willing to be interviewed or would like to sponsor a student media team who will train and produce videos, contact us at email@example.com.
Honored to speak with Gwyneth Doland on New Mexico in Focus, Zane Fischer of MIX Santa Fe and Kelley Francis of Meow Wolf about tech opportunities in New Mexico including New Mexico TechWorks, and explore creative ways to diminish "Brain Drain." Visit the Link
High school students are invited to create an app of any kind to be submitted to the nationwide app-creation competition! As an individual or in a team of up to 4, develop a game, productivity, health app
- whatever you can dream up. Winners will be selected by a panel of judges, given Congressional recognition, and featured in the U.S. Capitol in Washington DC, on the house.gov website, and on the Congressional App Challenge website.
Thanks to our Congressional Representatives - Michelle Lujan Grisham of District 1, Steve Pearce of District 2 and Ben Ray Luján of District 3.
To read eligibility guidelines and to participate, click here http://www.congressionalappchallenge.us/
This Friday Morning Coffee Series, known as BizBrew, is dedicated to Tech, Women & Values-Rooted Entrepreneurship. The first gathering is June 16 at City of Mud @ 114-A Hickox Street in Santa Fe. Merridith Ingram of 66&Co will share insights on the changing landscape of business and the impact of values-based entrepreneurship. To learn more about local Tech resources and these on-going, monthly conversations with like-minded women who are building a better future for our community through innovative technology, digital enterprise, and socially-conscious business practices, visit www.techbivvy.com. BizBrew is sponsored by TechBivvy, New Mexico TechWorks, City of Mud, and the City of Santa Fe Office of Economic Development.
The Northern New Mexico STEM Mentor Collective, the Española Tech Hub, and the Math Circles Collaborative of New Mexico invite teachers of grades 7 through 12 to our 2017 Summer Math Teacher Institute July 10th - July 19th at Northern New Mexico College
From July 10-14 we will meet 9am-3pm, developing mathematical and computational thinking along the Math Circles Model in a small group setting. From July 17-19 we will meet 9am-noon and offer teachers an opportunity to practice their new skills on participants of our summer student STEM camp. Each teacher will receive a stipend of $590.
For details and application visit https://sites.google.com/a/nnmc.edu/stem-mentor-collective/
We gratefully acknowledge the support of: the National Science Foundation and SN3: Stoller Newport News Nuclear. For More Info Contact Barbara @747-5469
Alexandra began her journey in Texas, working for Whole Foods Market, where she began her career in marketing. She took on a number of various duties, such as creating, planning, organizing and executing events, educating guests on wellness, creating marketing content, doing demos for the demo team, and learning graphic design to assist the graphic artist there. Alexandra was swept up by a full spectrum digital marketing agency which hired her to run many of their operations such as creating and managing their contact database, maintaining email and phone communications with clients, creating marketing and content strategy, and all manner of content creation from articles to press releases to web content and more, as well as learning WordPress web design and Search Engine Optimization. Alexandra went on to start her own small business, working one on one with those needing help in the realm of WordPress web design, SEO, graphic design and content creation. In recently returning to New Mexico, she connected with Jennifer Nevarez and has become the Marketing Director of NM TechWorks’ initiatives, since it aligns with her goals of genuinely helping others. Education is also close to her heart, and she believes it is invaluable. She's beginning to teach courses in the fields of her specialty and has a website of her own, both of which you can reach below. Join her on May 20th and 21st at MAKE Santa Fe for the first two in a series of courses on digital marketing: Web Design 101 and Content Writing/Search Engine Optimization.
US Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts there will be 1.4 million unfilled software developer jobs by 2020. Help us bridge the gap by sponsoring a local youth to participate in a summer Coding Bootcamp with Cultivating Coders or contact us to learn more about TechHIre Santa Fe and Northern New Mexico and upcoming Tech educational opportunities in our region. www.nmtechworks.com
Dennis Branch grew up in New Mexico, and now works as a Coder and Networking Specialist for "A Sound Look," a technology integration and and networking company based in Santa Fe. This short, informal video is part of a growing collection of student-oriented interviews with local professionals working in the Technology and Emerging Media fields.. Learn more about what is happening in our own community, and join our mailing list for updates. Plus, visit the online video bank regularly to view new additions to the New Mexico Career Profiles project.
New Mexico TechWorks is a community coalition to support New Mexico Emergent Media and Technologies and implement the White House TechHire initiative. TechHire is a multi-sector effort to give Americans pathways to well-paying technology jobs.