LANL Foundation Named One of 2022’s Best Places to Work

LANL Foundation Team
The Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) Foundation has been recognized as one of the Best Places to Work for 2022. Following a nomination and evaluation process, Albuquerque Business First named 41 New Mexico-based companies as this year’s Best Places to Work. The awards are given to companies that go above and beyond to ensure the overall wellbeing of their workforce. Honorees were celebrated at a special event today at Topgolf in Albuquerque.

Early Childhood 3rd Quarter Update

GIVING THANKS AND RECOGNITION to Amory Malin, our Early Childhood Program Summer Intern. Amory is a member of the Cow Creek Band of Umpqua Tribe and a rising junior at Bowdoin College with an academic focus in sociology and gender…

Scholarships 3rd Quarter Update

LANL Employee Fundraising Campaign LANL Foundation once again collaborated with the LANL Community Partnerships Office and the LAESF Advisory Committee to conduct the annual LANL Employee Fundraising Campaign in support of the Los Alamos Employees’ Scholarship Fund. This year marked…

C3P 3rd Quarter Update

Northern New Mexico Coalition for Work-Based Learning Partner Wins $6.4 Million Federal Grant LANL Foundation is celebrating the recent announcement by US Secretary of Commerce Gina Raimondo that North Central New Mexico Economic Development District and other Northern New Mexico…

K12 3rd Quarter Update

Professional Development with Alcalde Elementary In June, staff from Alcalde Elementary in Española participated in a professional development session facilitated by Mike Dabrieo, Education Enrichment Director, and Dr. Kersti Tyson, Director of Research and Evaluation. The goal for the time…

2nd Annual Professional Learning Series

In response to your requests, the LANL Foundation has designed a set of personalized Professional Learning Opportunities for educators! You choose the topics that will support you and help deepen your professional practice. Each workshop is 3 hours long. Sign up for as many workshops as you would like to attend. All sessions are free to New Mexico Educators.

2022 ISEC Teachers’ Institute

In-Person Professional Development for new ISEC teachers and those changing grade level. The 2022 Teachers' Institute is REQUIRED for: Newly hired ISEC K-6 teachers, Teachers who have changed grade levels, and all Kindergarten Teachers this year who have not trained in the new Kinder Earth and Physical kits Science curriculum. This will be a four day, IN-PERSON training held at Northern New Mexico College in Espanola.

Hotels bring on Santa Fe students for summer

Fernando Tapia checks the group reservations at La Fonda

By Teya Vitu tvitu@sfnewmexican.com Matejo Heitzman figured he’d have a summer job flipping burgers. The 17-year-old rising senior at The MASTERS Program charter school at Santa Fe Community College instead is doing sales and marketing and working the front desk…