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NMSU Grants hosts Technology Summit for Casinos

The NMSU Grants Computer Science Program hosted the first Technology Summit for Casino technology leaders. Students, faculty and campus administrators met with representatives from Sky City Casino and Apache Nugget Corporation in order to build a solid pipeline to jobs for NMSU students. The Computer Science program offers an IT Boot Camp format that provides…
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Fiscal Assistant Intermediate Position Available- Apply now!

NMSU Grants is seeking a Fiscal Assistant Intermediate for the Business Office. For more information, click on the title above.     291 total views, no views today

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Opportunity for Online Work Available Now!

Soloworks Cibola is accepting new students to training for a variety of online jobs. The training is free and starts on June 12. If you are interested, come to one of the informational Orientations below: Tuesday, June 6, 2017 at 6:00pm Wednesday, June 7, 2017 at 6:00pm Thursday, June 8, 2017 at 6:00pm Friday, June…
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Completely Online Degree Programs allow student in Okinawa to graduate.

Completely Online Degree Programs allow student in Okinawa to graduate. The May 2017 NMSU Graduation Ceremony was marked by the first graduate from outside the country.  A student who is living in Japan with her military husband was able to complete her degree completely online. “This is the beauty of a completely online program”, stated…
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IT Bootcamp Expansion Project receives funding from New Mexico Higher Education Department for Displaced Worker Training

IT Bootcamp Expansion Project receives funding from New Mexico Higher Education Department for Displaced Worker Training The  program is intended to support colleges that retrain workers whose jobs were eliminated.  This year, the New Mexico Higher Education Department awarded $139,000 in Displaced Worker funds. Nine community colleges applied for these funds but only four were…
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