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Open House Helps Students Find Their Course at CNM

A couple thousand middle school and high school students from around the region are expected to learn how they can find their course at CNM at the annual Open House that will take place on March 26 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Main Campus.

Aug 30, 2016

May 2010

A couple thousand middle school and high school students from around the region are expected to learn how they can find their course at CNM at the annual Open House that will take place on March 26 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Main Campus.

A prominent feature of the Open House will be the New Mexico SkillsUSA competition, where over 600 college students from around the state will attend a leadership conference and compete in their fields of study in areas like culinary arts, plumbing, welding, carpentry, cosmetology, public safety, web design and much more. The middle school and high school students attending the open house will have the opportunity to check out the competitions, and see hands-on demonstrations from each of the CNM schools.

Events will be held all over campus: culinary competitions in the culinary arts kitchens; health occupations in Jeannette Stromberg Hall; and a slew of competitions in trades such as plumbing, welding and auto mechanics will take place in Ted Chavez Hall. Please note that the Ted Chavez Hall parking lot will be closed during the SkillsUSA competitions, beginning on Wednesday, March 24.

The open house is your chance as faculty and staff to meet with potential students and answer questions, as well as see the hard work of our current students in action as they compete in SkillsUSA. Mark your calendars and plan to help represent CNM at this year’s open house.

For more information, call (505) 224-3265 or e-mail dtrujillo39@cnm.edu.