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Kids Can Learn to Code During ‘Hour of Code’ at Montoya Campus Dec. 6
Nov. 23, 2016 -- Kids in elementary, middle or high school are invited to attend this year’s “Hour of Code” at the CNM Montoya Campus in the Northeast Heights on Tuesday, Dec. 6, from 5:30-7:30 p.m. in the I Building, Room 106.
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Lactation Stations Make the School Day Easier for Student Moms
November 22, 2016 -- Moms now have more private and comfortable places to nurse their babies or pump breast milk on CNM campuses, due in part to the Executive Council of Students (ECOS).
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Anthropology Students Help to Empower Homeless Women
November 21, 2016 -- Fifty students in two of Matt Oppenhein’s Anthropology 1101 classes are helping homeless, near homeless and low-income women through a program designed to empower them with skills they can use to earn a living.
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CNM Offering Three Certificate Programs in Health Care for ESL and ESOL Students
November 21, 2016 -- In the 2017 Spring Term, CNM will offer three certificate programs for English as a Second Language (ESL) and English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) students who want to prepare for a career in a healthcare field.
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Lewis University Offers CNM Students with Associate Degrees a Discount
November 16, 2016 -- CNM recently signed an agreement with Lewis University to provide a convenient, cost-effective way for CNM students who have earned their Associate of Arts degree or their Associate of Applied Science degree to receive a tuition discount at Lewis University’s Albuquerque location.
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STEM Students Participate in Programs Sponsored by Intel, Explora
November 16, 2016 -- Two CNM programs for students majoring in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) fields are giving the scholars experience that will better prepare them to move on to a four-year college and eventually work in their fields of study.
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CNM Student Veterans Mentorship With Foster Kids Aging Out of System a Success
November 16, 2016 -- CNM’s Sky Warriors and Sky Scholars programs have been a huge success, says David Walker, a Vietnam War era veteran, CNM student, Veteran Resource Center Administrative Coordinator and Sky Warrior.
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Colombian Students Begin CNM Experience Via Global Ed Program
Nov. 10, 2016 -- A group of five students from Colombia are taking classes in CNM’s CISCO Certified Network Associate program as part of a CNM Global Education student exchange program with Colombia’s Servicio Nacional de Aprendizaje (SENA), or its National Training Service, which is Colombia’s largest public institution that provides free vocational and technical training to around nine million Colombians annually.
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Students Learn About Acequias While Protecting Water Quality
November 9, 2016 -- Ten CNM students picked up trash and cleaned areas around an acequia at Matthew Meadows Park, near 12th Street and Menaul in Albuquerque. It was the grand finale to CNM’s “Water in the Desert” educational series. Water in the Desert is a Campus as a Living Lab and Sustainability Curriculum initiative at CNM.
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IGNITE Community Accelerator Grads Pitch Their Companies to Community
November 11, 2016 -- The fourth cohort of entrepreneurs from the IGNITE Community Accelerator at the CNM STEMulus Center celebrated the conclusion of an intensive 12-week program by pitching their companies and demonstrating their products to the community on IGNITE Day, Nov. 11.
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