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Linked Learning Convention 2019

March 19 – 21, 2019 | Renaissance Indian Wells Resort & Spa

K-12 and postsecondary leaders, capacity builders, and employers speak on a wide-variety of topics from The Future of Work to Practical Practice to Advocacy and Community Engagement!  


Advocacy in Action 2019

April 22 – 25, 2019 | Hyatt Regency Tamaya

This conference is designed for professionals from all sectors of the criminal justice system, victim assistance, and mental health field who provide services to victims and families.



Head To Toe 2019

April 24-25, 2019 | Albuquerque Convention Center

A conference for professionals dedicated to student health & academic success. 




Early Origins of Male Violence: 2019 Boys at Risk Conference

May 1-3, 2019 | Santa Fe Community Convention Center

This conference examines the neurobiological, psychological, and social features seemingly unique to or predominant in the development of very young males. The conference addresses the question of how these factors may place boys at greater risk for this outcome starting in the prenatal, infant, and toddler periods.



Head to Toe

April 18 & 19, 2018 | Albuquerque Convention Center

New Mexico’s go-to conference for people working to improve student health and academic success is back for its 22nd year. Every year, attendees tell us this conference is like an annual family reunion, where colleagues and friends learn and laugh together, catch up on the latest trends, share stories, give advice and take a break from their day to day routine. Whether you are new to school health or have been serving student for years, Head to Toe is the perfect place to get informed, inspired and invigorated.


Advocacy in Action

March 13-16, 2018 | Hyatt Regency Tamaya

Advocacy in Action, sponsored by the New Mexico Crime Victims Reparation Commission, provides valuable information to individuals working to support victims of crime including law enforcement, prosecution, probation and parole, and the judiciary, court personnel, faith-based organization and victim services and advocates. Now in its 23rd year, the conference draws more than 500 attendees. 


NM Opioid State Targeted Response Tribal Summits

February 22 & 23, 2018 | Espanola, NM

March 8 & 9, 2018 | Farmington, NM

The NM Opioid State Targeted Response Initiative is hosting two free Tribal Summits for tribal community behavioral health providers, Indian Health Service Unit staff, law enforcement and first-responders. The summit’s focus includes community readiness to address opioid treatment and addiction, available resources in our communities to address opioid use disorder, and building crisis response teams in tribal communities.


Linked Learning Convention

February 12-14, 2018 | Anaheim, CA

The convention brings together more than 900 leaders in K-12 and postsecondary education, business, workforce, research, policy and nonprofit for thoughtful discussion and learning aimed at ensuring all students are well prepared for college, career, and life. Attendees will hear from dynamic speakers, participate in interactive breakout sessions, learn through experiential site visits, and interact with Linked Learning students.


School Health Assistant Training

February 1-2, 2018 | Midtown Public Health Office

Sponsored by the New Mexico Department of Health, this free course addresses the role of the School Health Assistant in a Coordinated School Health program and meets the (one-time) training requirement for Public Education Department School Health Assistant licensure. Participants will acquire the basic knowledge needed to work as a School Health Assistant under the supervision of a licensed school nurse.




Regional School Health Education Institute

October 24-25, 2017 | Courtyard Marriot Farmington

Focusing on youth at risk this year, the Institute is designed to ensure staff return to school with new tools to improve the health and academic success of your students. Experts will share activities, tools, and resources to use in your classrooms. Attendees can choose from a variety of sessions covering topics such as trauma-informed care, teens and opiates, suicide prevention, youth health literacy, college readiness and coping with grief. Plus, they’ll come away with a flash drive with handouts and resources.


ICEA US-China Business Matchmaking Summit

October 2-5, 2017 | Albuquerque Convention Center

We’re bringing no less than 150 Chinese business people and entrepreneurs to New Mexico to create mutually beneficial, trusted business relationships that result in long-term business joint ventures, cross-border partnerships and investment funds for the benefit of growing the New Mexico economy and creating private sector jobs for the state.



New Mexico Film and Media Conference

August 25-26, 2017 | Crowne Plaza Albuquerque

Through a variety of presentations, hands-on experiences and networking events, the New Mexico Film Office brings you this all-encompassing opportunity to learn about all aspects of the industry, including state resources.



Head to Toe 

April 19-20, 2017 | Albuquerque Convention Center

New Mexico’s premier student health conference.



Advocacy in Action

March 7-10, 2017 | Hyatt Regency Tamaya

As we strive to serve victims of crime, we continue to be faced with new challenges. We are encouraged by the wonderful, hardworking, dedicated people we partner with in victim services, law enforcement, prosecution, probation and parole, and the judiciary, and we are confident that progress will continue.



New Mexico Housing Summit

September 19-21, 2016 | Hotel Albuquerque

Hosted by the NM Mortgage Finance Authority, in partnership with the Realtors Association of New Mexico, the New Mexico Coalition to End Homelessness and Habitat for Humanity of New Mexico,  the summit is a focused gathering of housing professionals with outstanding speakers, up-to-the-minute topics and plenty of networking opportunities.


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