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Keyword: Tracey Bryan
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If there’s been one consistent message coming from The Bridge of Southern New Mexico over our 12-year history, it’s been the importance of accelerating students not just toward high-school graduation, but also college completion. more
New Mexico’s economic recovery from the pandemic is wholly dependent on how well we can build an “ecosystem of opportunity” between New Mexicans looking for work and our businesses and employers who desperately need them. more
Long before Covid, Doña Ana County set out on a comprehensive workforce development effort to ensure our people had access to everything they’d need to be a part of amazing careers right here in our community. more
Students who are looking for summer jobs this year may be able to find amazing jobs they would have never been able to find before, thanks to the strange dynamics affecting the workforce post-Covid. more
The next five months are going to be critical for our New Mexico True Talent who’ve become displaced from their previous jobs due to COVID. more
At the one-year mark of the COVID pandemic, we’re all pretty familiar with COVID numbers. Throughout the crisis, we at The Bridge of Southern New Mexico have been keeping our eyes on other numbers relevant to the cataclysmic chain reaction of impacts brought on by the COVID-19 shutdowns. more
The work underway in Doña Ana County to build strong, seamless pathways between education, employment in well-paying careers and economic development secured an important boost from a longtime partner in innovation in Southern New Mexico. more
Leaders lead – and in Doña Ana County, we are leaders in the state! That’s why our people are going to be part of two projects currently underway with the New Mexico Public Education Department focused on strengthening the “bridge” between education and employment. more
The New Mexico Chamber of Commerce launched into 2021 with a business-led, strategic plan for New Mexico’s economic recovery. more
2020 has demanded a lot from us. It changed so many aspects of our lives. It has taken away health, jobs, mobility and, yes, lives. more
It’s hard to believe it, but there will come a time when COVID is not ruling our lives. But right now, it’s stealing not just health and wellbeing, it’s stealing jobs, students’ learning, our sense of community and the freedom to move about unencumbered. more
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