RFP for Grant Requests for the LANL Major Subcontractors Consortium.

Any interested none for profit in the northern New Mexico region is encouraged to apply for this grant opportunity to fund education and economic development activities in northern New Mexico.

The deadline is September, 15 2013.

Please download the attached Application form as a word docx file by clicking here.

More information is available on our RFPs page. Click to visit.

The LANL Major Subcontractors Consortium is a collaboration of Los Alamos National Laboratory major subcontractors created in 2004 to strategically align and pool resources in support of economic development, educational, and civic improvement projects in the Northern New Mexico counties of Los Alamos, Mora, San Miguel, Sandoval, Santa Fe, and Taos and the Pueblos located in these counties.

LANL Community Leaders Breakfast

On August 4th, at the LANL Community Leaders Breakfast the Consortium and its members companies were honored for its good work  supporting the economic development of our region. Over two hundred community leaders had the chance to watch a short video detailing the good news regarding the contributions we are making  to our region and to share the measurable impacts resulting from both our independent and our collective investments.

Click on the link below to see this video:


Consortium members are involved in many community improvement activities in Northern NM:

Economic Development Educational Enrichment Corporate Citizenship

In-kind services for:

Protégé/Mentor Relationships with:

  • Northern New Mexico small business
  • Pueblo business in federal contracting

Partnerships supporting regional business development:

Subcontracting with:

Scholarship Investments:

Northern New Mexico College:

  • Drafting Program
  • Environmental programs

Internship Programs:

  • UNM- summer internship program
  • Service learning
  • Native American summer interns
  • School-to-work program

Youth Mentorship Programs

  • LANL Foundation
  • Computer donations to local schools
  • Math and Science Academy
  • Support Tri-science /Tri-engineering programs
  • ENLACE Business Plan competition

Financial contributions to nonprofit organizations in human services, education and youth, and environment and conservation, community development and improvement.

  • Clean Up Los Alamos Day
  • Habitat for Humanity
  • Leadership New Mexico
  • Eight Northern Pueblos Arts and Crafts Fair
  • Espanola Annual electric light parade
  • Equipment donated to special community projects
  • Camino Real Consortium
  • Taos 4H arena
  • RR locomotive repair

Volunteer Activities to include:

  • Coaching local sports team
  • YMCA
  • PEEC Science Fair
  • PTO
  • K-12 science programs
  • United Way contributions