Santa Fe New Mexican - Chamber of Commerce Directory - - TABLE OF CONTENTS -

LO­CAL BUSI­NESS AS­SO­CI­A­TIONS As­so­ci­a­tion of Com­merce and In­dus­try New Mex­ico:

(505) 842-0644, www.nmaci.org

In­for­ma­tion Sys­tems Se­cu­rity As­so­ci­a­tion: www.issa.org NAIOP Com­mer­cial Real Es­tate De­vel­op­ment As­so­ci­a­tion New Mex­ico Chap­ter: (505) 345-6976, www.naiopnm.org New Mex­ico Brew­ers Guild: (505) 660-2951, www.nm­beer.org New Mex­ico Hos­pi­tal­ity As­so­ci­a­tion: (505) 506-8624


New Mex­ico Restau­rant As­so­ci­a­tion: (505) 343-9848


New Mex­ico Tech­nol­ogy Coun­cil: www.nmtech­coun­cil.org Santa Fe As­so­ci­a­tion of Realtors: (505) 982-8385

www.sfar.com, www.sfahba.com

Santa Fe Down­town Mer­chants As­so­ci­a­tion: (505) 474-3806


Santa Fe Gallery As­so­ci­a­tion: (505) 982-1648 www.santafe­galleryas­so­ci­a­tion.org

UNM Bureau of Eco­nomic Re­search: (505) 277-2216

www.unm.edu/ bber


Santa Fe is a small com­mu­nity – the best way to seek a job or pro­ject is through per­sonal con­tacts and net­work­ing. Pa­tience may be re­quired, and op­por­tu­ni­ties are not as preva­lent as in larger cities. The Cham­ber Busi­ness Direc­tory can help you con­tact lo­cal busi­nesses. Go to http:// www. santafecham­ber.com/ em­ploy­ment. html for more in­for­ma­tion. The Santa Fe Cham­ber does not main­tain a list of job post­ings, but does have mem­bers that can as­sist with job searches and place­ment.

Santa Fe Work­force Con­nec­tion 301 W. DeVar­gas St., (505) 827-7434 The Santa Fe Work­force Con­nec­tion is New Mex­ico’s on­line por­tal to vir­tual job-match­ing ser­vices and many other work­force re­sources.

Ca­reers First, Inc.

Shan­non Boni­face, (505) 995-0404 Ca­reers First is a tem­po­rary and per­ma­nent em­ploy­ment agency ded­i­cated to find­ing the per­fect match be­tween em­ploy­ers and em­ploy­ees.

The Hire Firm

(505) 983-7775 Santa Fe’s pre-em­i­nent staffing ser­vices provider, of­fer­ing per­ma­nent and tem­po­rary em­ploy­ment so­lu­tions. Since 1987, the firm has built last­ing re­la­tion­ships with com­pa­nies and can­di­dates by ad­her­ing to the high­est lev­els of pro­fes­sion­al­ism and ser­vice.


• Santa Fe New Mex­i­can News­pa­per Clas­si­fieds: www.santafe­newmex­i­can.com/ jobs/ • City of Santa Fe: www.santafenm.gov/ job_op­por­tu­ni­ties • Santa Fe Com­mu­nity Col­lege – Job Post­ings: http:// learn.sfcc.edu/ ex­tjobs/ex­tjobs.asp • Los Alamos Na­tional Lab­o­ra­tory: www.lanl.gov/ca­reers/ca­reerop­tions/ in­dex.php • Santa Fe Com­mu­nity Foun­da­tion: www.santafecf.org/non­profit/ jobop­por­tu­ni­ties

Santa Fe Univer­sity of Art and De­sign

http:// www.santafe­u­ni­ver­sity.edu/ Busi­nesses should con­tact depart­ment chairs that help stu­dents find and

ob­tain in­tern­ships in their fields. Be pre­pared with a job de­scrip­tion.

Ca­reer Ser­vices at Santa Fe Com­mu­nity Col­lege

http://www.sfcc.edu/, (505) 428-1406 In­tern­ships are ar­ranged on a case-by-case ba­sis through in­di­vid­ual de­part­ments. The col­lege of­fers classes in a va­ri­ety of sub­jects, from com­puter-as­sisted draw­ing to para­le­gal stud­ies — check the web­site for a com­plete depart­ment list­ing.

New Mex­ico Depart­ment of Work­force So­lu­tions

http:// www.dws.state.nm.us/ Cap­i­tal High School (505) 467-1166

Santa Fe High School (505) 467-2431 Flex­i­ble in­tern­ships are avail­able dur­ing the sum­mer, af­ter-school hours or week­ends. Stu­dents are not of­fered school credit, so an em­ployer stipend is help­ful in re­cruit­ing stu­dents.

St. John’s Col­lege

http://www.stjohn­scol­lege.edu/ad­min/ SF/ca­reer.shtml (505) 984-6132 In­tern Co­or­di­na­tor (505) 984-6067 Ca­reer Ser­vices Of­fice Sum­mer in­tern­ships through a com­pet­i­tive pro­gram — stu­dents ap­ply by Fe­bru­ary for col­lege-awarded in­tern stipends. In­tern­ships can be in any type of busi­ness, with ei­ther a for­mal job de­scrip­tion or in­di­vid­u­al­ized “build-your-own” job de­scrip­tion.


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