“The investment by Triad in education in the region allows LANL Foundation to help teachers achieve certifications that strengthen their practice and increase their pay, to increase academic success for more college students, and to grow a STEM ecosystem in Northern New Mexico that improves STEM education, collaboration and job opportunities,” said Jenny Parks, LANL Foundation president and CEO.
Española, NM — Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) Foundation is now accepting applications for 2019 scholarships in two categories: four-year undergraduate awards and Career Pathways awards.
Computers will be available so participants can complete the online application during the event. UNM-LA has planned this event to provide assistance.  The workshop will be held in building 6, room 639 on the UNM-LA campus, 4000 University Drive. Any community member who plans to file a FAFSA is welcome.
“Moving Forward” will be facilitated by Dr. Sanchez, of San Ildefonso Pueblo, Director with TEWA Women United. Dr. Sanchez is trained in sexual assault intervention and prevention and was one of sixteen visionary leaders across the country selected as the first cohort of the Move to End Violence.