For your calendar

By David Moore | May 5, 2021

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Laboratory researcher Ray Newell discusses cybersecurity at an event on May 26.

In-person and Online events

May 13 - Centering youth in nonprofit work
Santa Fe Community Foundation hosts a free workshop with Steven Eric Lucero discussing best practices around working with young people, and ways to establish a foundation of partnership, trust and empowerment.

May 15 - College and University Commencement Ceremonies
Many of the region’s institutions of higher education are hosting online commencement ceremonies this year on May 15:

May 17 - Science on Tap
Laboratory geophysicist Charlotte Rowe will discuss the use of SMART cables to explore the Earth’s secrets beneath the sea at this relaxed online event from the Lab’s Bradbury Science Museum.

May 18 - Free pop-up co-working
ProjectY Cowork in Los Alamos is hosting free outdoor coworking from 2pm-5pm once a month throughout the summer. Bring your laptop and enjoy working alongside like-minded professionals.

May 20 - Beginning English Classes
Family Strengths Network in Los Alamos is offering free online beginners’ English classes for people with little or no English experience who are looking to improve their abilities. Registration required.

May 20-21 - Santa Fe Chamber Business Expo and Career Resource Fair
This virtual event connects businesses with job seekers and includes workshops and panels on careers in healthcare, technology and hospitality, and a special session on careers at the Laboratory.

May 26 - Frontiers in Science: cybersecurity and energy grids
Join Laboratory researcher Ray Newell at this virtual science conversation, as he discusses cybersecurity and new developments in protecting the energy system. Registration required.

May 31 - Memorial Day

Ongoing COVID-19 Resources

New Mexico Health Department
Latest news and advice from the state.

Assistance for Individuals
List of organizations and programs offering assistance for individuals, categorized by the type of need.

Meals for Children
Organized by school district.

Assistance for Businesses
The New Mexico Economic Development Department is a good starting point for businesses looking for assistance.

Resources for Nonprofits
The Center for Nonprofit Excellence, United Way of Central New Mexico (CNPE), the New Mexico Association of Grantmakers (NMAG) and New Mexico Thrives have collected a valuable list of information and resources for New Mexico nonprofits.

Online Education Resources
Laboratory-supported hub for online and remote family-friendly and place-based learning in science, technology, engineering, arts, and math for Northern New Mexico, including a map of free internet hotspot sites.

Have a community event you think we should feature? Email the details (including web link) to connections@lanl.gov