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Where We Work

Located in Española, New Mexico, LANL Foundation is a regional nonprofit that serves babies, students, and their families primarily in Northern New Mexico along the north central Rio Grande River corridor with an eye toward statewide influence.

Education is truly the only answer to some of our deepest problems—locally, nationally, and globally. We are honored to work across the cradle to career spectrum, driven to provide opportunities and inspiration to learners of all ages in Northern New Mexico.

Our Early Childhood Initiative supports home visiting models throughout the state with a core focus on families in our Española Valley community.

The Inquiry Science Education Consortium (ISEC) provides Inquiry STEM curriculum, experiential learning materials, and teacher professional development to 8 school districts that serve 12,000 students and 570 teachers at 44 elementary schools.

The Scholarship program serves students from Los Alamos, Mora, Rio Arriba, San Miguel, Sandoval, Santa Fe, and Taos counties.

Public Education and Community Outreach Grants are available to public schools, nonprofits, and programs serving K–12 public education and communities in those same counties.

K–12 Education Programs are being explored to nurture partnerships and cultivate excellence for public education in Northern New Mexico.

Our College, Career & Community Pathways work strives to nurture the individual and collective potential of Northern New Mexico students and adult learners.

Members of our staff explore patterns of motion with Twirly Birds--a learning module included in our ISEC 3rd Grade Motion & Matter Physical Science Kits.