CNM News

To submit items for CNM news and resources, please email news item with a maximum of 150 words to marie.chronicle@gmail.com or call 224-4755.

Free Résumé and Interview Workshops

Whether you need a job now or want to prepare for employment after graduation, you can attend Job Connection Services’ Employability Workshops. Offered on alternating weeks during the Spring Semester, these workshops provide CNM students and graduates with quality instruction in résumé writing and interview strategies. Bring your questions, and let our staff help you prepare for the job search process. For workshop locations and schedules, go to cnm.edu/jobworkshops.

Law Access New Mexico Offers Free Individual Consultations

Low income CNM students who have legal issues or have questions about free civil legal service available to them.

CNM has contracted with Law Access New Mexico for the provision of legal services to CNM students who fall within 200 percent of the federal poverty guidelines.

Students may call Law Access directly – 998-4529 and identify themselves as CNM students; or Students may contact a Connect Achievement Coach to sign up for on-campus individual consultations.

Law Access Attorney Sandi Gilley comes to each campus twice a month to meet with students.

For more information about this free program, contact Law Access, NM directly at 998- 4529 or speak to Connect Achievement Coach Chioma Heim at 224-4080.

Emergency Winter Shelter Available

The Emergency Winter Shelter program will run now thru March 15.

The program accepts families with children aged 10 and under.

Emergency pick up points are located at:

  • First St. and Iron St.
  • Central and Alcazar St.
  • Central and Wyoming (under HillSon’s sign)
  • Central and Eubank (under Home Depot sign)
  • Central and Juan Tabo (northeast corner)
  • Central and Tramway (next to the United Artists sign)
  • Central and Parsifal (in parking lot)
  • Central and Wisconsin (under stop sign)
  • Central and Louisiana (in front of the fairgrounds)
  • Central and Truman (corner of parking lot)
  • Central and Dartmouth (in front of the substation)
  • Central and Sunset Dr. (vacant lot)
  • Central and Coors (Behind the bus stop)

Interested parties can register at Abq. Rescue Mission at 525 Second St. SW, Mon. – Fri. from 3 p.m. to 8 p.m. For more information contact Darryl K. Clark at 346-4673 ext. 248.

Student Film Club Looking for New Members

DAT, a student film group, has just formed and is looking for new members. The group creates student-led films.

Students interested in making films are welcome. Students do not have to be in the film program to participate.

Email Madison Coss at 11mcoss@gmail.com for more information.

ECOS Accepting New Members

The Executive Council of Students is accepting new members.

ECOS meets every Friday at 3:30 p.m. in ST12- A.

 “Action is Our Middle Name”

C N M ’ s Conservative Action Group is moving to bring programs of enlightenment to CNM campuses, such as speakers on the US Constitution and the free market.

Come help us plan a student debate on gun control at CNM. For more information, call Dan at 304-0244.

Free Resumé and Interview Workshops

Job Connection Services’ Employability Workshops are offered on alternating weeks during spring semester and provide CNM students and graduates with quality instruction in resumé writing and interview strategies.

Bring your questions, and let our staff help you prepare for the job search process.

For workshop locations and schedules, go to cnm.edu/jobworkshops.

 Private Rooms for Mothers

Lactation stations available:

Main Campus

•Jeanette Stromberg Hall, Rm. 312-G, 224-3000

•Student Health Center, SSC Rm. 206, 224-3080

Montoya Campus

Front desk staff provides access.

•I Building, Rm. 211,

224-5881

•G Building, Rm. 201,

224-5516

•J Building Rm. 121,

224-5993

South Valley Campus

Staff in Rm. 40 provides access.

•SV Rm. 32, 224-5056

Westside Campus

Front desk staff provides access.

•MJG Building

 

Veterans College Achievement Network (Veterans CAN)

Working directly with CNM’s VetSuccess on Campus program, Veterans CAN is a near-peer AmeriCorps program designed to offer critical support to student veterans and their dependents. The program offers specific, individualized guidance related to your veteran benefits such as the GI Bill, transferring and appealing college credits, tutoring, housing, and/or any additional support you need to be a successful student.

A m e r i C o r p s member Nicholas Aragon is located in the Student Activities Office at CNM’s main campus: (505) 224- 4342 t_aragon@cnm. edu. Stop in today!