Items of Interest
Upcoming NM MESA Events
All advisors are highly encouraged to attend this important two-day conference. It allows you to renew acquaintances and provides valuable training and resources to take back to the classroom. We…
WHAT IS THE IMPORTANCE OF THE LEGISLATIVE EFFORT AND LEGISLATIVE FIELD TRIP? NM MESA is a nonprofit program that currently receives a majority of their funding from our State Legislature. It…
MESA Day is designed to encourage the concept of problem solving through teamwork. It salutes NM MESA students for their commitment to academic excellence.
For 2020, the MESA USA Event will be held the day prior to the MESA Day Competition as part of New Mexico MESA’s Competition Series. For full rules on either…
The Senior Incentive Field Trip (SIFT) has been scheduled for April 7-10, 2020 to Miami, Florida! Up to Twenty-four seniors and four advisor chaperones from our NM MESA statewide programs…
NM MESA News
01/14/2020 – New Mexico MESA will be hosting a Professional Development Conference for their teacher advisors in Albuquerque, NM at the Embassy Suites hotel on January 21 and 22, 2020.
08/01/2019 – Once again, the West Region was able to provide an abundance of resources all thanks to the support and contributions from the Navajo Transitional Energy Company. Nathan Tohtsoni is the Education…
07/17/2019 – NM MESA’s North Central Region recently facilitated a three-day STEAM workshop during the City of Santa Fe’s Summer Youth Program. The workshop, entitled Circuits and Sounds, explored the intersection between electronics and sound…
NM MESA, Inc.
Santa Fe Community College
6401 Richards Ave, 211B
Santa Fe, NM 87508
Nicholas Kunz has worked in a wide variety of positions relating to the field of Education for over 20 years. He has spent time with many different organizations as a youth mentor, classroom teacher, nonprofit administrator, and board member. Nicholas earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Music Performance and Composition and a Master of Arts in Education of At-Risk Youth, both from the College of Santa Fe.
As NM MESA’s North Central Regional Coordinator, he is grateful for the time he spends with many of the brightest, most inspiring and most promising youth throughout New Mexico. When he is not at work, Nicholas can probably be found chopping wood, passing precious hours with his three young daughters, or playing the banjo or some sort of percussion instrument.