The LANL Foundation offers scholarships via the Los Alamos Employees’ Scholarship Fund (LAESF) to high school graduates and current undergraduate students from Northern New Mexico to pursue 4-year degrees. The application for 4-year awards opens in October and the deadline is in late January.
LANL Foundation introduces NEW 2020 Education Enrichment Grant Cycle, requesting proposals from educators ready to pioneer New Mexico’s evolving learning frontier.
LANL Foundation is excited to report increased funding and impact from previous years in response to community feedback.
LANL Foundation’s Vice President of Career Pathways & Advocacy, Alvin Warren, is partnering with the UNM Center for Social Policy.
Pojoaque Valley High School’s Michaela Martinez will get to continue playing the sport she loves after signing a National Letter of Intent to attend and play basketball at New Mexico Highlands University in Las Vegas, NM during a ceremony attended by family and friends, May 26, at her home in Chimayo.
Welcome to our very first monthly news e-newsletter. With this newsletter, the LANL Foundation will share some of the GOOD happening in Northern New Mexico.
LANL Foundation’s Jovanna Archuleta Appointed Assistant Secretary For Native American Early Education & Care
Los Alamos National Lab Foundation announces the appointment of Jovanna Archuleta to Assistant Secretary for Native American Early Education & Care. Jovanna joined the LANL Foundation in 2017 as its Early Childhood Pueblo Outreach Coordinator.
Los Alamos National Laboratory Foundation Hires Alvin Warren to Lead Foundation’s Expanded Focus on Career Pathways and Advocacy
“I believe that every child in the North and across our state deserves to have the best array of academic and technical opportunities so they can pursue their interests, become self-sufficient and sustain the beautiful cultures of the communities we love,” said Alvin.
The Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) Foundation has just awarded $62,250 in Career Pathways Scholarships to 28 students from the seven-county region of Northern New Mexico.
The impact of educators often extends beyond the classroom as they mentor and inspire other teachers and take on leadership roles in their school and district.