From their website: New Mexico has one of the most generous training incentive programs in the country. The Job Training Incentive Program (JTIP) funds classroom and on-the-job training for newly-created jobs in expanding or relocating businesses for up to 6 months. The program reimburses 50-75% of employee wages. Custom training at a New Mexico public educational institution may also be reimbursed.
From their website: The TechHire movement aims to level the playing field for tech jobs in three key ways: Expanding Learning Pathways, Transforming Hiring Practices, and Building Inclusive Tech Communities.See also NMTC’s Workforce Development Program
From their website: All for Good is a digital hub for volunteerism and community engagement, and a service of Points of Light. Volunteer opportunities from many sites around the web are pulled into All for Good by feeds to provide the most comprehensive database of volunteer opportunities around the world. We pull in opportunities from Idealist, AARP, United Way, the Hands on Network, and more, to help connect you to the projects and organizations that inspire you to serve. The All for Good platform also helps individuals host volunteer projects, whether with an organization or on their own, find volunteers, and connect with friends through civic service.
From their website: Are you 55 or older? Are you interested in volunteering? Would you like to share your talents and expertise in your community? Not sure where to start? We have something for everyone! Call us today at 1-800-432-2080 or Click Chat Online at the top of the page. There are several exciting volunteer opportunities throughout the state.
From their website: As the designated State Commission on service and volunteerism, the New Mexico Commission for Community Volunteerism (NMCCV) administers funding to AmeriCorps State programs in New Mexico. Here you’ll find information for existing programs and current members, as well as for those interested in bringing AmeriCorps to their community.
From their website: It can be difficult to summarize everything that our Senior Corps volunteers do. After all, Senior Corps volunteers serve our communities in so many amazing ways including tutoring and mentoring students, assisting and caring for the elderly, and even supporting relief teams when disasters strike.
From their website: United Way of Eastern New Mexico unites neighbors and changes lives in Curry and Roosevelt counties by seeking partners who will give, advocate and volunteer to benefit our local community– especially through work that promotes child well-being and youth success.