Technical Experience for Careers
PRO-TEC offers preparatory training for entry-level employment in a variety of industries and is designed for individuals who are currently unemployed, underemployed or looking to increase their hire-ability in Santa Fe County.
Accepted participants will earn digital badges to verify their achievement (social media, IT, customer service, and teamwork) through hands-on workshops and gain key job readiness skills in the 130 hour intensive training program starting on April 22. The classes take place 5:30-8:30 p.m. weekdays and 9-12 p.m. & 1-3 p.m. on two Saturdays April 22 - May 7. After the May 8 graduation, participants will intern with Santa Fe County businesses for 100 hours May 9 - June 14. Training scholarships and stipends are available to qualifying participants.
To view the detailed schedule and for more information visit www.protecsantafe.com/
Join us in creating a Tech, Film, and Emergent Media Corridor at the Santa Fe Business Expo and Job Fair
Thursday, April 18, 2019 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.
at the Santa Fe Community Convention Center,
W Marcy St, Santa Fe, NM 87501
Expecting more than 1,800 attendees, including local students, job-seekers, and customers. Showcase your work, promote your company, and recruit employees plus highlight job opportunities, career pathways, and internship possibilities.
Register your business or organization with a table by contacting Bridget at 505-988-3279 or email@example.com
OR visiting the Business Expo and Job Fair event page: web.santafechamber.com/events/2019-Business-Expo-and-Job-Fair-1239/details
A limited number of spaces are available so register right away!
Join us tomorrow at the Santa Clara Library for a free coding workshop! Give coding a try by playing user-friendly games and activities to build your tech skills. There are over 1,800 unfilled computing jobs in New Mexico.
When: Friday, March 8, 2019
Where: Santa Clara Library
578 Kee St., Espanola, New Mexico 87532
Kick Ass Entrepreneurs is a meet-up group that brings all sorts of creatives, entrepreneurs, techies, investors, and start-ups together to share and listen to the "business ideas, success stories, and struggles" of local Santa Feans. On Thursday, March 7 6:30-8:30pm Jamey Shelton will be sharing his story of his business NMCFO. You will not want to miss out on this chance to listen to an incredible and relatable business journey!
"Before turning back to tech in April, Jamey Shelton, founder of NMCFO http://www.nmcfo.com, will take the KAESF stage on 3.7 to share the story of his 5+-year-old business baby. Succeeding as a service business is never easy, yet Jamey’s managed to grow and expand from Sante Fe to Albuquerque through almost 100% word-of-mouth. As a one-stop shop for consulting, bookkeeping, and office management, including payroll, taxes, and all the other stuff you don't wanna do, Jamey and his growing team of exceptional bookkeepers and accountants clean up what others have left behind. Frankly, I’ve never seen someone so ga-ga about business owners understand their bookkeeping and accounting systems so they can make smart decisions. And if you’re like me and can’t imagine anyone making financial management fun, then you’ve gotta meet Jamey, because I’ve met him and spoken with several of his clients and he undoubtedly delivers on the fun-front." -Kick Ass Entrepreneurs of Santa Fe
New Mexico TechWorks had the chance to interview Lauren Henriksen from Creative Santa Fe. Lauren is the development and outreach coordinator for Creative Santa Fe and has years of experience with nonprofit organizations and community arts. Lauren explains how art and technology can be utilized to find creative solutions to critical issues in the community.