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We offer access to a wide variety of resources that may prove helpful to you.

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Education & Training

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Unemployment Insurance

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Financial Assistance & Scholarships

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Personal Needs

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Education & Training Assistance

Receive education, training, and support services to help you succeed in the labor market through the WIOA Adult & Dislocated Worker Program and the WIOA Youth Program.

Now is the perfect time to pursue your education. The links below are a quick and easy way to explore adult basic education programs in the Central Region!

As a youth or young adult (16-24), you can receive no-cost education and career technical training through the U.S. Department of Labor’s Job Corps.

To help low-income, unemployed individuals aged 55+ find work, the Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP) matches eligible older adults with part-time training assignments for non-profit organizations. Participants build skills and self-confidence, while earning a modest income. For most, their SCSEP experience leads to permanent employment.

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Unemployment Insurance Assistance

If you qualify for Unemployment Insurance, you’ll receive temporary financial assistance paid for through employer payroll taxes.

Unemployment Insurance is administered by the New Mexico Department of Workforce Solutions (NMDWS). Customers can log into their Unemployment Insurance account by clicking the button below, or can call the NMDWS Unemployment Insurance Operations Center at 1-877-664-6984.

The New Mexico Workforce Connection (NMWC) does not administer benefits, but we can…

  • Assist you with general information
  • Connect you to the resources needed to apply and certify
  • Help you become re-employed

Visit our Contact page for information.

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Financial & Scholarship Assistance for Education

Use the FREE application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA®) form to apply for financial aid for college or graduate school.

CNM has many scholarships, regardless of whether you are a new or ongoing student.

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Personal Needs Assistance


New Mexico Kids makes it easy for you to find information related to:

  1. Early childhood professional development
  2. Training and technical assistance
  3. Educational resources
  4. Childcare
  5. Home visit referrals


The New Mexico Health Insurance Exchange, also known as beWellnm, is  your State-Based Health Insurance Marketplace.

More information is available HERE


You’ll find our partner resources to be helpful in meeting your everyday and workplace clothing needs.


There are several resources that will help provide meals for you and your family.


If you are seeking housing, the following resource will be a great place to start.


Don’t let transportation needs get in the way of searching for and finding a job. Check out the link below.

The Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) program, known in New Mexico as NMWorks, provides a monthly cash benefit used to meet basic family needs such as housing, utilities, and clothing.