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ROI fo­cused ac­cel­er­a­tor pro­gram. It fo­cuses on help­ing high growth, scal­able com­pa­nies led by dy­namic en­trepreneurs who un­der­stand how to lead and ac­cept coach­ing. www.sfid.co

FI­NANCE PRO­GRAMS

AC­CION – Is a mi­crolen­der ded­i­cated to as­sist­ing es­tab­lished and emerg­ing en­trepreneurs who face bar­ri­ers to ob­tain­ing busi­ness credit in New Mex­ico. AC­CION of­fers loans from $200 to $300,000. AC­CION NM – (505) 243-8844 or email ac­cion@ac­cionnm.org, http://ac­cionnm.org/

Col­lat­eral Sup­port Pro­gram – The NM Fi­nance Au­thor­ity ad­min­is­ters this loan pro­gram for busi­nesses that pro­vide ac­cess to cap­i­tal for equip­ment, land and work­ing cap­i­tal. (505) 992-9638 or http://nmfa.net

En­chant­ment Land Cer­ti­fied De­vel­op­ment Com­pany (ELCDC)

– Helps small busi­ness own­ers re­ceive busi­ness de­vel­op­ment loans for the pur­chase of com­mer­cial real es­tate, equip­ment and im­prove­ments. (505) 843-9232 or http://elcdc.com

The Loan Fund – Pro­vides loans, train­ing and busi­ness con­sult­ing to en­trepreneurs, busi­ness own­ers and non­profit or­ga­ni­za­tions un­able to ob­tain fi­nanc­ing through tra­di­tional sources. The Loan Fund of­fers mi­croloans, small busi­ness loans, lines of credit and SBA 504 loans from $5000 to $500,000 with in­ter­est rates rang­ing from 8 to 10%. (505) 243-3196 or http:// loan­fund.org/

WESST Santa Fe – Pro­vides free one-on-one con­sul­ta­tions, we­bi­nars, work­shops and small busi­ness loans. They spe­cial­ize in work­ing with ar­ti­sans, en­trepreneurs, grow­ing busi­nesses and com­mu­nity-based non­profit or­ga­ni­za­tions. (505) 474-6556 or https:// wesst.org/santa-fe/

Ven­ture Ac­cel­er­a­tion Fund – The VAF award is struc­tured as a ze­roin­t­er­est loan – with re­pay­ment re­quired only if a com­pany is ac­quired, achieves cer­tain rev­enue goals or leaves New Mex­ico within a cer­tain time­frame – and is ad­min­is­tered by the Re­gional De­vel­op­ment Cor­po­ra­tion (RDC). Orig­i­nally cre­ated to com­mer­cial­ize tech­nolo­gies de­vel­oped at LANL, the VAF now in­cludes all types of busi­nesses in ev­ery stage of de­vel­op­ment. http:// los­alam­oscon­nect.net/

CA­REER RE­SOURCES

Santa Fe Com­mu­nity Col­lege Ca­reer Ser­vices – Free post­ing of em­ploy­ment or in­tern­ship po­si­tions on the Santa Fe Com­mu­nity Col­lege Ca­reer Ser­vices web pages. Post­ings are for 30 days un­less oth­er­wise in­di­cated. No­tice of th­ese post­ings is broad­cast around cam­pus, to other lo­cal col­leges and ca­reer pro­grams and to the Santa Fe com­mu­nity- at- large. ( 505) 428-1406, http:// www. sfcc.edu/ ca­reer_ ser­vices/ em­ploy­er_ ser­vices

Santa Fe Work­force Con­nec­tion – Pro­vides pre­screened ap­pli­cants, em­ployer tax cred­its, class­room and on-the-job train­ing, list­ings of avail­able can­di­dates, cus­tom­ized work­shops, train­ing pro­grams and on­go­ing men­tor­ing and sup­port for work­ers. Con­tact: (505) 827-6817

SER Jobs for Progress, Inc. – SER op­er­ates the One-Stop Ca­reer cen­ters in 10 coun­ties through­out North­ern New Mex­ico. The ser­vices pro­vided in­clude ca­reer guid­ance, case man­age­ment, busi­ness ser­vices, em­ploy­ment and train­ing ser­vices. http://ser­jfp/org/

North­ern Area La­bor Work­force De­vel­op­ment Board – The NALWDB ad­min­is­ters Fed­eral Work­force In­no­va­tion and Op­por­tu­nity Act ( WIOA) grants funds to adults, dis­placed work­ers and youth in sup­port of New Mex­ico Work­force Con­nec­tion Of­fices One-Stop Ca­reer Cen­ters lo­cated through­out the 10 coun­ties that com­prise the North­ern New Mex­ico ser­vice de­liv­ery area. http://www.north­ern­board.org/ in­dex.html

CHAM­BERS OF COM­MERCE

Santa Fe Cham­ber of Com­merce – The Cham­ber of­fers net­work­ing, ad­vo­cacy, tourism, re­lo­ca­tion in­for­ma­tion and other mem­ber ben­e­fits. (505) 988-3279 or email at info@santafecham­ber. com, http://santafecham­ber.com

Santa Fe His­panic Cham­ber of Com­merce (SFHCC) – Serves as a cat­a­lyst and pro­motes or­ga­ni­za­tional lead­er­ship that fo­cuses on His­panic en­trepreneur­ship. (505) 473-3080, http:// santafe­his­pan­ic­cha­m­ber.com

The Amer­i­can In­dian Cham­ber of Com­merce of New Mex­ico –

Pro­vides net­work­ing, train­ing, mar­ket­ing, re­fer­rals and mi­nor­ity cer­ti­fi­ca­tions. (505) 766-9545, http://www.aic­cnm.com

Santa Fe Green Cham­ber – Through a pub­lic aware­ness cam­paign, the Cham­ber en­cour­ages con­sumers to sup­port lo­cally-owned busi­nesses and con­nects busi­nesses to each other through net­work­ing op­por­tu­ni­ties and events. (505) 428-9123, http://nm­green­cham­ber. com/san­tafe/

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