Thu, 8 December 2016
On Monday at the State Capitol in Santa Fe, community college educators, state legislators and New Mexico state officials gathered. They were there to hear about the first two years of federal funding for eleven New Mexico community colleges delivering certificates and basic skills training to students who didn’t finish high school. The programs prepares students to fill high paying healthcare jobs.
The Santa Fe Community College is the lead institution. Ellen Berkovitch was at the Capitol to learn more.