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Las Vegas, NM 87701
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NM MESA News
08/01/2019 Navajo Transitional Energy Company Rocks!»
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 […]
07/17/2019 Santa Fe Summer! MESA STEAM Workshop»
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 […]
06/28/2019 MESA USA National Engineering Design Competition (NEDC)»
Students from Chaparral Middle School and nex+Gen Academy traveled to Tucson, Arizona with their MESA advisors last week for the MESA USA National Engineering Design Competition (NEDC). MESA programs from […]
06/20/2019 NM MESA Announces 2019 Recipients of the Dr. Arthur H. and Joan Guenther Advisor Achievement Award»
NM MESA has selected recipients of the 2019 Dr. Arthur H. and Joan Guenther Advisor Achievement Award. Rebecca Merrill and Mariejune Abergos are this year’s outstanding MESA advisors! Each of these two fine […]
Alejandra Carmona is the Northern Region Coordinator and is honored to take on this new journey! She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, Spanish and American Studies from the University of New Mexico. Having graduated from South Valley Academy Charter School, where she learned and found love for community service and the importance of higher education, she brings to the table passion for improving the livelihood of historically marginalized people and communities. Alejandra believes in giving back to the communities that have given her a space to grow, learn and become an all-around better person. As North Region Coordinator she envisions to support schools and empower students of all cultural backgrounds to attain high achievement in STEM fields and in any other learning endeavor they might have.