UNM Valencia Campus

 

Community Education
   
  Community Education Services is located on the second floor of the Student Community Center, along with the Small Business Development Center. Community Education is comprised of the following programs providing learning opportunities for citizens of all ages. Dual Credit Program: Academic and career-technical courses at Los Lunas, Valencia, Belen, Infinity, Socorro, Mountainair, Magdalena, School of Dreams Academy and Alamo High Schools whereby high school students can receive both high school and college credit for the same courses.Bachelor & Graduate Programs at UNM-VC: ITV (Instructional Television) broadcast live from UNM-Main Campus. Online and correspondence course offerings also available.
     

 

 

CPR and First Aid Training: Classes offered monthly through our American Heart Association Training Center open to the public. Employers can call 925-8973 for information on becoming a training site.Workforce Training: Customized training for business, industry and government entities, offered on campus or at your place of business to prepare your employees to better serve your company's needs. A variety of career-technical programs are also available for individuals to enhance their skills in order to enter the workforce or to embark on hew careers.Allied Health: Courses to prepare student for careers in healthcare, including Personal Care Attendant (PCA), Nursing Assistant (CNA), Phlebotomy (PBT) and Medication Aide (MEDA).

     
  Emergency Medical Services: UNM EMS Academy courses are offered for certification and for an associate of science in EMS. Bachelor-level paramedic degree now available.Cultural Enrichment Series: This series brings a wide variety of informational lectures and entertainment from cultures around the world, and in subjects of all disciplines.Off Campus Instruction: College credit courses are offered at off-campus sites.Facility Master Scheduling: Scheduling is maintained for the Valencia Campus. Non-profit organizations are welcome to use the facilities if available. For more information, call 925-8565.
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Spring 2014 Cultural Series

 

Cultural Series
     
   

 

Saturday, January 18, 1 – 4 p.m.

25th annual Martin Luther King Celebration

Thursday, February 27 at UNM-VC

3rd annual New Mexico Film Festival

Friday, February 28 in Albuquerque

3rd annual New Mexico Film Festival

at the South Broadway Cultural Center

Wednesday, March 12, 1:30 – 3 p.m.

Celebrate St. Patrick's Day

Bill Nevins & Paul Mudoon

Wednesday, April 23

5th annual Leading Edge Student Film Festival

Show times: 10 a.m. - 1 p.m. / 1:30 - 4 p.m. / 6 - 9 p.m.

     

News Release:

 

The University of New Mexico-Valencia Campus will be hosting its 25th annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration, slated for Saturday, Jan. 18 at the campus.

UNM-Valencia, located at 280 La Entrada Road in Los Lunas, will be hosting the event from 1 to 3 p.m., in the Student Community Center, which is located on the South side of the campus.

The Keynote speaker of the event will be UNM-Valencia Executive Director, Dr. Alice Letteney

.The celebration will honor the life and contributions of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., with performances by Living Waters, and the Belen Missionary Baptist Church Choir, Youth Choir and Youth Praise Dancers.

The event will be hosted on the Saturday preceding the national Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday on Jan. 20.The event is sponsored by Rio Abajo Lodge No. 17, Mt. Everest Lodge No. 1, Vision Lodge No. 18 and the UNM-Valencia Campus Community Education Services Program.

Admission is free and open to the public. Refreshments will be served.For more information about the 25th annual Martin Luther King Celebration, call 505-925-8970 or email eileend@unm.edu.

 

 


 

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