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Beyond the classroom: Internships teach valuable lessons about work, life

June 15, 2015 by Amanda Bradford, NMSU News Center In a time when the job market is starting to show gains after the recent recession, more job-seekers in the U.S. are earning college degrees. The percentage of Americans age 25…
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Camp Innoventure continues summer program Albuquerque session

May 13, 2015 by Vicki L. Nisbett,, NMSU News Center The 2015 Camp Innoventure program at New Mexico State University will host a week-long session in June at NMSU’s Albuquerque Center, in addition to two sessions at the Las Cruces…
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Camp Innoventure summer program accepting middle school student registrars

May 13, 2015 by Vicki L. Nisbett,, NMSU News Center Registration is open for middle school students in New Mexico to participate in the 2015 Camp Innoventure program at New Mexico State University. Two week-long sessions are planned in June…
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Mentoring: Paul Mondragon and Marcelino Gomez visit with students

April 10, 2015, by Steven Romero, Development Officer, via email NMSU’s College of Business hosted visiting mentors on April 10, 2015. During the COB’s Business Advisory Council meeting, Paul Mondragon (’91) and Marcelino Gomez (’94) spoke to BAC members, Student…
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Arrowhead Center receives substantial grant to boost ‘cradle-to-career’ pipeline

April 16, 2015 by Amanda Bradford, NMSU News Center A half-million dollar grant from the Daniels Fund will help New Mexico State University’s Arrowhead Center develop a “cradle-to-career” pipeline for young people throughout New Mexico to practice innovation and entrepreneurship…
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KRWG News: Help Or Hindrance: Evaluation of Economic Incentive Programs

KRWG News Published on Feb 19, 2015 Creating jobs and generating development in New Mexico has largely been approached by giving business incentives and tax exemptions. But some economists say those tools don’t offer a guaranteed return on investment. Some…
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New scholarship for NMSU business students honors Alamogordo businesswoman

November 21, 2014 by Amanda Bradford, NMSU News Center A new scholarship established in honor of an Alamogordo family’s beloved matriarch will support students in New Mexico State University’s College of Business and its community college system. The scholarship fund,…
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Startup Weekend winners develop more than just new business ideas

Jacobs, who works as a leasing manager for the federal General Services Administration, describes himself as an idea guy and a jack-of-all-trades in his personal projects. It was his idea for an app to help people organize and visualize their lists that drew teammates Vinney Kelly and Christopher Barentine into the project, which they’re initially calling Uber List. Continue reading

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Scholarship for American Indian NMSU students will honor Laguna Pueblo governor

A gift from Laguna Development Corporation Route 66 Casino has established a new scholarship at New Mexico State University to support American Indian students on campus.

The contribution, totaling $75,000, will fund the Floyd Correa Endowed Scholarship, in honor of the two-term governor of the Pueblo of Laguna, a federally recognized tribe in west-central New Mexico. Recipients of the scholarship must be members of the Pueblo of Laguna, and first preference will be given to a student with a declared major in the College of Business, though any NMSU student who is a member of the tribe may be considered. Continue reading

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Scholarship for American Indian NMSU students will honor Laguna Pueblo governor

November 7, 2014 by Amanda Bradford, NMSU News Center A gift from Laguna Development Corporation Route 66 Casino has established a new scholarship at New Mexico State University to support American Indian students on campus. The contribution, totaling $75,000, will…
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