On April 19, 2018, the Governor’s office submitted 63 tracts to the Department of the Treasury to be designated as Opportunity Zones. NMEDD worked with local stakeholders via county governments to submit a detailed questionnaire on eligible tracts in their area. Local stakeholders included private enterprise, economic development organizations, business organizations, councils of government, property owners/developers, tribal entities, and community organizations among others. New Mexico had 249 eligible tracts of which 128 were submitted for consideration. In turn, New Mexico nominated to the Treasury its full allotment of 63 tracts
Press Release from the New Mexico Economic Development Department
Learn more at www.nmtechworks.com/opportunity-zones.html
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Teeniors will soon be starting small pilot programs in Belen, Los Lunas and Las Cruces. Interviews will take place in August. Very good for young resumes and very meaningful work, even at only a few hours a month.
If you are interested in becoming a Teenior apply at their website here: www.teeniors.com.
(They will also be hiring a couple of teeniors in ABQ and Santa Fe, but won't be prioritizing those hires until Sept/Oct.)
What is Teeniors?