The New Mexico State Library, established in 1929, is committed to providing leadership that promotes effective library services and access to information to all citizens of New Mexico. The State Library provides services that support public libraries as well as delivers direct library services to rural populations, state agencies, the visually impaired and physically disabled, and students and citizens conducting research.
The State Library is the recipient of the Fast Forward New Mexico grant. The grant is for $1.5 million as authorized in the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act and funded by the Broadband Technology Opportunities Program, Department of Commerce. The State Library is a division of the Department of Cultural Affairs and located at 1209 Camino Carlos Rey, Santa Fe, NM.
Established in 1999, Davis Innovations, Inc. (DI) is a woman with a disability-owned organizational development consulting firm. DI provides research and evaluation, project management, grant writing, and public awareness campaigns throughout New Mexico and the United States.
DI staff members work directly with state and federal agencies, non-profit organizations, tribal governments, associations, and coalitions to tap into insights, intuitions, market trends, and practical information to effectively address identified goals and objectives
In partnership with the University of New Mexico, the Division of Continuing Education has served as the center for lifelong learning by providing innovative educational training and personal enrichment opportunities for students, businesses and community partners in New Mexico. For more than 80 years, Continuing Education has played a major role in community service and outreach for UNM, with a focus on economic and workforce development
The Mission of the UNM Division of Continuing Education is to lead and collaborate with the community and within the University to develop concepts, strategies, and delivery systems which generate relevant lifelong learning opportunities for a diverse, evolving society.
The Vision of the UNM Division of Continuing Education is to enrich the personal and professional lives of people through quality, creative and innovative learning experiences.
The UNM-LA branch campus is located in Los Alamos, a community that is home to the Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL). UNM-Los Alamos offers a number of outstanding programs and services to meet a variety of student needs and interests. The mission of the UNM-Los Alamos Library is to provide for the information needs of its students, faculty, and staff, and to contribute to the information resource base of the communities which it serves, through its resources (both traditional and electronic), services, staff, equipment, and facility.
We envision a world in which cultural entrepreneurship creates cultural value and economic wealth, self-determination, and cultural diversity in communities across the globe. We envision a world in which cultural entrepreneurs are catalysts for cultural innovation through their cultural enterprises. Toward this vision, we are creating the globe's first networked community of cultural entrepreneurs, cultural investors, and cultural entrepreneurship educators.
GCCE cultivates thought leadership and advocacy to foster an environment in which cultural entrepreneurs can successfully scale their cultural enterprises. GCCE connects cultural entrepreneurs with the:
- Technical assistance.
- Market links and information.
- Access to financial capital necessary to the success of their venture.
The 1st-Mile Institute is being established to conduct broadband networked society research, education and demonstration projects, with a dedicated focus on economic quality-of-life enhancing issues and initiatives for the state, the communities and the people of New Mexico. The 1st-Mile Institute is now being established. A New Mexico Board of Directors and an international Advisory Board are being formed.