Working Together to Get Ahead – Sylvia Vasquez’s Caterpillar Clubhouse

Thema Business, Education, Entrepreneurship, Video

September 26, 2017 The average cost of child care in New Mexico is nearly half of a minimum-wage worker’s income. With one in four children living in poverty in the state, child care providers like Sylvia Vasquez have to learn to navigate public funding, which accounts for nearly 50 percent of the industry’s revenue. For Spanish-speaking entrepreneurs this can prove …

The Triple Economic Benefit of Early Childhood Education – Adrián Pedroza

Thema Blog, Education, Policy Change, Talent and Skill Development

By Adrián Pedroza, Social Enterprise Director, Partnership for Community Action | September 20, 2017 By Adrián Pedroza, Social Enterprise Director, Partnership for Community Action | September 20, 2017 By Adrián Pedroza, Social Enterprise Director, Partnership for Community Action | September 20, 2017 My earliest memories as a child are the various caregivers that my parents entrusted to care for me …

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Entrepreneurship Inbetween: Where Bitcoin Meets New Mexico Film

Thema Entrepreneurship, Technology, Technology Commercialization, Video

Two Nonprofits Recognized as Job Creators

City Alive Aligned Contributions, Entrepreneurship, Policy Change

The Mayor’s Prize for Entrepreneurship and Healthy Neighborhoods ABQ recognized with City Alive Job Creator Award for their contributions to job growth in Albuquerque On July 20th two nonprofit programs were recognized for their contributions to Albuquerque’s job growth, which is now in its 43nd consecutive month of positive growth. Healthy Neighborhoods ABQ, a program led by UNM Health Sciences …