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Our Programs

Education is the most powerful weapon you can use to change the world.

Nelson Mandela

The LANL Foundation invests in education, learning, and human potential through innovative programming, collaboration, and advocacy along the cradle to career spectrum.

We work to understand Northern New Mexico communities and learn better ways to serve them. Guided by our board of directors and strategic plan, we build upon accumulated knowledge, programmatic experience, feedback, evaluation data, best practices, and partnerships not only to meet the needs of students and families but also to effectively grow programs in meaningful ways.

Our programs are the puzzle pieces that bring to life our vision of lifelong learning for all New Mexicans.

Early Childhood

The Early Childhood Program at the LANL Foundation is committed to strengthening children, families, and communities in a culturally respectful way. By supporting children (prenatal to three) and their families through leveraging family support systems such as home visitation, they…

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K-12

The LANL Foundation strongly supports public school education throughout Northern New Mexico through the K-12 Education Program, which serves nineteen public school districts as well as tribal schools and non-profits. The K-12 Education Program has two main goals: Promoting the…

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College, Career & Community Pathways (C3P)

The College, Career and Community Pathways Program (C3P), founded in April 2020, nurtures the potential of Northern New Mexico students and adult learners through initiating and supporting collaborations and partnerships aimed at increasing equitable access to educational and career opportunities…

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Inquiry Science Education Consortium (ISEC) 

The Inquiry Science Education Consortium (ISEC), the LANL Foundation's flagship K-12 program, provides Inquiry STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) curriculum focusing on physical and earth sciences for students in grades K–6 throughout Northern New Mexico.  
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