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About SUN PATH

Creating Pathways to Careers

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Main Campus, JS Building, 4th Floor

(505) 224-4111

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SUN PATH Staff

SUN PATH Program Coordinator
(505) 224-4111 


Credit for Prior Learning Coordinator
(505) 224-4000 ext. 52488


Academic Technical Assistant/Sun Online Coordinator
(505) 224-4000 ext. 53486

Job Development Career Coach
(505) 224-3310


Job Development Career Coach
(505) 224-4127


Job Development Career Coach
(505) 224-3247

New Mexico SUN Network: Pathways Acceleration in Technology and Healthcare (SUN PATH) is a project funded by the U.S. Department of Labor Trade Adjustment Assistance Community College and Career Training Initiative (TAACCCT).

SUN PATH Program Goals

  1. Expand capacity and systemic improvements  in  the delivery of healthcare career pathways  in  Allied  Health, Emergency Medical Services  (EMS), and Health Information Technology (HIT) that align with industry needs
  2. Increase the attainment of degrees, certifications, and industry recognized credentials
  3. Create  strategic alignment between education  and workforce systems, resulting in improved  employment outcomes, retention, and average  earnings

Employer Partners Role in SUN PATH

  • Serve on the SUN PATH Statewide Advisory Council and Regional Councils
  • Identify and develop industry recognized credentials
  • Provide input on key skills and competencies  needed for relevant job training programs
  • Identify healthcare jobs that are in demand in your community
  • Offer internship and job placement support

Participating Colleges

  • Eastern New Mexico University, Ruidoso
  • University of New Mexico, Valencia
  • New Mexico State University, Alamogordo
  • Eastern New Mexico University, Roswell
  • University of New Mexico, Los Alamos
  • University of New Mexico, Taos
  • University of New Mexico, Gallup
  • San Juan College, Farmington
  • Mesalands Community College, Tucumcari
  • Central New Mexico Community College, Albuquerque
  • Santa Fe Community College, Consortium Lead