NMTC Peer Groups
NMTC Peer Groups offer valuable opportunities for networking, education, workforce exchange and business development in specific industry sectors and foster the sharing of ideas between industry professionals. Peer Groups are accessible by both members and non-members.
Most often, peer groups are offered online to allow for attendees from across the state to join. One to two times per year, peer groups will meet in-person to bring the community built virtually together for further collaboration and engagement.
The Broadband Peer Group is an opportunity for professionals across the state to discuss and collaborate with local and state government entities. Topics include workforce development, Wide Area Networks, Middle Mile, and more. This Peer Group Meets on the 3rd Wednesday of every month from 1:30-2:30 PM.
The NMTC Cybersecurity Peer group meets monthly to bring together companies, organizations and professionals working in Cybersecurity to share and learn about new developments and best practices and connect to pursue growth opportunities for New Mexico business in this important sector. This Peer Group meets on the 4th Thursday of every month.
Based on feedback from our most recent member survey, NMTC is launching a Digital Inclusion Peer Group to tackle topics such as how tech can be used to serve differently-abled individuals, expanding access to tech and education, and much more. This Peer Group meets on the 1st Wednesday of every month.
WOMEN IN TECH
NMTC’s popular Women in Technology Peer Group meets each month to serve as an educational and uplifting space. The Council has taken up the challenge to serve as mentors and visionaries for emerging female technology leaders, imparting our unique experience and maybe a touch of feminine nurturing. This Peer Group meets the 2nd Thursday of each month.
Join a NMTC Peer Group!
By filling out this interest form, you will be added to the email distribution list for this peer group and sent the event calendar invites.