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lab­o­ra­tory ex­per­tise can seek as­sis­tance from sci­en­tists or en­gi­neers at Los Alamos and San­dia na­tional lab­o­ra­to­ries. Such projects in­clude test­ing, de­sign con­sul­ta­tion, and ac­cess to spe­cial equip­ment. Re­becca Coel-Roback, (505) 667-1710, beck­

Santa Fe In­sti­tute – (505) 984-8800, www.san­ The Santa Fe In­sti­tute is a pri­vate, non­profit, in­de­pen­dent re­search and education cen­ter founded in 1984 for mul­ti­dis­ci­plinary col­lab­o­ra­tions in the phys­i­cal, bi­o­log­i­cal, com­pu­ta­tional and so­cial sci­ences. Un­der­stand­ing of com­plex adap­tive sys­tems is crit­i­cal to ad­dress­ing key en­vi­ron­men­tal, tech­no­log­i­cal, bi­o­log­i­cal, eco­nomic and political chal­lenges. The in­sti­tute is de­voted to cre­at­ing a new kind of sci­en­tific re­search com­mu­nity em­pha­siz­ing mul­ti­dis­ci­plinary col­lab­o­ra­tion in pur­suit of un­der­stand­ing the com­mon themes that arise in nat­u­ral, ar­ti­fi­cial and so­cial sys­tems.

Na­tional Cen­ter for Genome Re­sources (NCGR)

(505) 983-5314, Since its in­cep­tion in 1994, NCGR, a non­profit, bio-in­for­mat­ics re­search cen­ter, has de­voted it­self to pur­su­ing re­search in the sci­en­tific com­mu­nity and cat­alyz­ing col­lab­o­ra­tive projects that con­trib­ute to im­prove­ments in agri­cul­ture, health and qual­ity of life.

San­dia Na­tional Lab­o­ra­to­ries – http://www.san­­ing_

with­_san­dia/ in­dex.html

The Small Busi­ness As­sis­tance Pro­gram (NMSBAP) – is specif­i­cally for New Mex­ico small busi­ness and it pro­vides up to $10,000 worth of tech­ni­cal as­sis­tance an­nu­ally per busi­ness in ru­ral New Mex­ico and $5,000 in Ber­nalillo County at no charge for the work of a sci­en­tist or en­gi­neer at San­dia. San­dia’s Men­tor/ Pro­tégé Pro­gram matches vol­un­teer men­tors with small busi­ness pro­tégés to cre­ate an ad­vi­sory re­la­tion­ship fo­cused on busi­ness de­vel­op­ment goals, i.e, ef­fec­tive

pre­sen­ta­tion, train­ing, com­pet­i­tive process work­shops and more.


Three in­ter­state high­ways in­ter­sect the state – In­ter­state 40 (east­west), In­ter­state 10 (east-west), and In­ter­state 25 (north-south).

The New Mex­ico Rail Run­ner Ex­press be­gan com­muter rail ser­vice from Al­bu­querque to Santa Fe in De­cem­ber 2008. www.nm­rail­run­ner. com. The Am­trak South­west Chief runs daily be­tween Chicago and Los An­ge­les. The clos­est Am­trak sta­tion to Santa Fe is Lamy (18 miles).­­west-chief-train


Al­bu­querque, NM 54 Dal­las, TX 698 Den­ver, CO 322 El Paso, TX 305 Hous­ton, TX 894 Las Ve­gas, NV 585 Lub­bock, TX 310 Mid­land/ Odessa, TX 400 Ok­la­homa City, OK 525 Phoenix, AZ 515 Salt Lake City, UT 540 Topeka, KS 657 Tuc­son, AZ 575

Al­bu­querque In­ter­na­tional Air­port (one hour south of Santa Fe via In­ter­state 25) is served by 11 ma­jor car­ri­ers and of­fers non­stop ser­vice to 28 cities http://www.abq­sun­

Santa Fe Mu­nic­i­pal Air­port of­fers daily com­mer­cial flights to Den­ver

and Dal­las that con­nect to and from any­where in the world. http://­port. The air­port is also home to nearly 200 based gen­eral avi­a­tion air­craft and 11 mil­i­tary fixed and ro­tor­wing air­craft (NM Air Na­tional Guard).


Amer­i­can Air­lines – non­stop jet ser­vice from Dal­las/ Ft. Worth

(800) 433-7300

United Air­lines – non­stop jet ser­vice from Den­ver, (800) 864-8331


MIX Santa Fe – is a struc­ture for in­ter­ac­tion and col­lab­o­ra­tion among in­spired in­di­vid­u­als, en­trepreneurs, in­no­va­tors, busi­nesses and or­ga­ni­za­tions. Through monthly events that show­case tal­ent and lo­cal re­sources, MIX pro­vides an av­enue for per­sonal con­tact and net­work­ing. Through in­no­va­tive web tools, so­cial me­dia and mi­cros­tim­u­lus, MIX pro­vides a mech­a­nism for the de­vel­op­ment of ideas, busi­nesses and projects with corol­lary op­por­tu­ni­ties for pro­mo­tion, recog­ni­tion and start-up fund­ing.

Lead­er­ship Santa Fe – lead­er­ship­ - Lead­er­ship Santa Fe’s ar­ray of pro­grams are de­signed to en­hance lead­er­ship re­sources for the com­mu­nity of Santa Fe. We ac­com­plish this by giv­ing civic-minded peo­ple a ve­hi­cle for their com­mu­nity-ori­ented en­er­gies, and pro­vid­ing ac­cess to com­mu­nity lead­ers and pol­i­cy­mak­ers by of­fer­ing two pro­grams — The Adult Pro­gram and the Youth Lead­er­ship Santa Fe Pro­gram.

In the Adult Pro­gram, 30 Lead­er­ship Santa Fe par­tic­i­pants will, over the course of eight months, at­tend work­shops fo­cused on build­ing lead­er­ship skills and ses­sions ded­i­cated to var­i­ous civic aware­ness

top­ics. Par­tic­i­pants meet with es­tab­lished lead­ers in county and city gov­ern­ments, busi­ness, education, hu­man ser­vices and the arts, and ex­plore ways to meet the chal­lenges of Santa Fe’s fu­ture.

The Youth Pro­gram ( started fall of 2014) pro­vides 30 9th, 10th and 11th graders the op­por­tu­nity to en­roll in the Santa Fe Com­mu­nity Col­lege and earn up to three col­lege cred­its and one dual high­school credit ( school de­pen­dent) for nine Satur­days that will fo­cus on civic and com­mu­nity is­sues, a ropes chal­lenge course, and lead­er­ship de­vel­op­ment.

This in­te­grated form of lead­er­ship build­ing en­sures that in­di­vid­u­als iden­tify their strengths as lead­ers in the com­mu­nity, learn how to work with oth­ers to find sus­tain­able so­lu­tions and cul­ti­vate a net­work of com­mu­nity lead­ers.

Lead­er­ship Santa Fe is a pro­gram of the Santa Fe Cham­ber of Com­merce.

Bien­venidos was char­tered in 1961 as the Women’s Divi­sion of the Cham­ber of Com­merce; it was re­named Bien­venidos in 1995. The pri­mary func­tion of Bien­venidos is to serve the thou­sands of vis­i­tors from all over the world who come to Santa Fe. From early May through the se­cond week in Oc­to­ber, mem­bers op­er­ate the Plaza Tourist In­for­ma­tion Booth. Bien­venidos func­tions with gen­er­ous sup­port from the Cham­ber of Com­merce, lo­cal banks and busi­nesses. Monthly lun­cheon meet­ings with speak­ers are held from Fe­bru­ary through De­cem­ber, ex­clud­ing June and July. The speak­ers, from var­i­ous busi­nesses and or­ga­ni­za­tions in Santa Fe, pro­vide valu­able in­for­ma­tion, which vol­un­teers use while work­ing in the In­for­ma­tion Booth. Bien­venidos has nearly 100 mem­bers and is truly one of Santa Fe’s premier vol­un­teer or­ga­ni­za­tions.

For more in­for­ma­tion, con­tact: Joella Mor­tillaro, (505) 695-0160, joel­lam@com­


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