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Standing Opportunities

Agricultura Network: A cooperative in the South Valley that promotes the economic development, health, nutrition, and cultural heritage of our community through four agriculture related programs (Farm to Fork, Community Supported Agriculture, Mobile Market, Community events and cooking classes/Salud y sabor).

South Valley Economic Development Center

318 Isleta Blvd. SE, Suite 202

Co-director Helga Garza:

Patrick West (food/cooking/nutrition contact):

Downtown Growers’ Market: a program of the DowntownABQ Mainstreet Initiative with a mission to support and promote local agriculture, small business development and community engagement in order to better the economics, health, wellbeing and education of New Mexico residents and visitors.

DowntownABQ Mainstreet Initiative

115 Gold Ave. SW, Suite 205

Albuquerque, NM 87102

Market Manager: Liz Skinner:

New Mexico Solar Energy Association: Educational organization helping to lead the transformation to 100% renewable energy and sustainable living for all life on earth. It can only happen with the power of community.

 Director Athena Christodoulou:

Warehouse 508: Established in 2009 as Warehouse 508, Albuquerque's Downtown Youth Art and Entertainment Center allows for youth immersion in the Creative Arts. Warehouse 508 is a venue for creativity, a lab, an incubator of possibilities, and a safe, structured environment where young people have the opportunity to explore the world through the arts. Warehouse 508 is operated by New Mexico Xtreme Sports Association (NMX); together we provide urban arts and extreme sports programs for young people ages 11-20. Our mission is to offer youth a safe space for creative expression. We work for that moment when a young person is inspired by his or her personal potential. This organization is responsible for 40 new murals put in downtown in 2017.


Rocky Mountain Youth Corps

If you are interested in a research project/internship related to environmental education, urban conservation issues, wilderness conservation issues (forestry, trails, fire), engaging youth in conservation, or something specific to the Fish and Wildlife Service contact Jordan Stone:

Expiring Opportunities-Look carefully at closing dates!


Job Opening: Transportation Planning Intern

 The Mid-Region Council of Governments (MRCOG) seeks a motivated, detail-oriented individual to serve as a Transportation Planning Intern.

 Essential functions may include policy and best practices research, writing, performing various data cleaning and analysis procedures to assist with regional transportation planning efforts, including but not limited to: data collection; data quality checking; data archiving; data entry; GIS data processing. The position will provide the intern with the opportunity to learn about the basics of metropolitan transportation planning. The intern will be paid $10.00 per hour with no benefits, working approximately 10 hours per week for no longer than 9 months after official start date. MRCOG offers flexibility within regular business hours (8:00 am to 5:00 pm, Mon.-Fri.) to accommodate student schedules. Credit hours granted for this work experience are solely at the discretion of the student’s college or university and should be discussed with a program advisor. MRCOG will provide an end-of-term evaluation upon request.


 Enrolled in an associate’s, bachelor’s or master’s degree program in planning, geography, earth sciences, economics, or related field. Proficient in spreadsheet programs such as Microsoft Excel with strong quantitative and data analysis skills, and written and oral communication skills. Ability to work independently in the absence of supervision. Ability to work with a variety of individuals. Previous experience with data analysis and/or GIS is strongly preferred. Multiple positions may be filled. Employment is contingent on passing a background check. MRCOG is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer.

 How to Apply:

 Please submit a cover letter, transcript, current resume, two references with contact information, and a letter of recommendation no later than 5:00 pm Monday, September 24, 2018 to:

 Mid-Region Council of Governments

Attn. Human Resources Manager

809 Copper Avenue NW

Albuquerque, New Mexico, 87102



HACU National Internship Program at UNM- September 17--Details by following link below!