Intel Corporation: Corrales Community Grants
Open Now: April 1st, 2021 Deadline to Apply: June 30, 2021
Intel Corporation and Corrales MainStreet are happy to announce that the 2021 Corrales Community Grant program is now accepting applications. This is a wonderful opportunity for some of our local organizations to acquire needed funds for some of their projects by way of an Intel grant. The following details will help you determine if your organization is eligible. You can email questions to email@example.com.
In partnership with Corrales MainStreet, Intel New Mexico will fund finalists from the applicant pool focused on Education, Empowering Girls and Women, the Environment, and Quality of Life. Applying agencies must provide direct services in the Village of Corrales, New Mexico, and ideal applicants will provide a wide benefit to the Corrales community. Entries will be judged by Intel and Corrales community partners on the following criteria:
- The impact of the project/program on citizens in Corrales;
- The sustainability of the project/program;
- Clearly stated and measurable goals and objectives;
- Overall creativity;
- Reasonable and appropriate budget with specific equipment costs identified with vendor quotes (must include an explanation for how and why the equipment is critical to achieving a successful outcome)
- *Awarded grantees should use grant funding by December 31st, 2021.
Amount: A total of $8,000 is available to award grants and will be split between recipients
Eligibility: Organizations that provide direct services to Corrales residents.
Application: CLICK HERE to download in docx (Word) format
Submit to: firstname.lastname@example.org
About Intel in New Mexico:
Intel’s Rio Rancho campus is an important part of Intel’s global manufacturing and technology development network with more than 1,200 employees develop and manufacture microprocessor technology that powers data centers and hundreds of millions of smart and connected devices worldwide.
Corrales MainStreet Inc., a New Mexico MainStreet organization, seeks a dynamic, experienced MainStreet Executive Director to lead its revitalization efforts in close coordination with its Board of Directors. The Executive Director will provide the leadership and oversight required to successfully implement our strategic plan and will act as a liaison between Corrales MainStreet Inc., businesses and the community at large.
The successful candidate will possess the following skills and characteristics necessary for the position:
● Self-motivated, outgoing, organized, multi-tasker with the ability to delegate;
● Project management, fundraising and grant writing experience;
● A bachelor's degree, three to five years work experience in non-profit and/or economic development preferred;
● Technologically savvy including, but not limited to: Excel, Word, public relations and social media;
● Basic understanding of accounting, economic development and non-profit management principles;
● Basic knowledge of board operations and volunteer coordination;
● Willing to travel and work evening and weekends, as needed;
● Must possess strong interpersonal and communication skills and bridge building capabilities;
● Able to engage leaders at all levels (corporate, government, community).
The Executive Director is responsible for:
● Directing the Corrales MainStreet Inc. projects and programs under adopted Economic Transformation
Strategies using the MainStreet Four Point Approach (Design, Promotion, Economic Vitality, and Organization);
● Coordinating efforts to advance the Corrales Arts and Cultural District from startup to full authorization;
● Working in conjunction with volunteers to plan and implement revitalization and fund-raising projects;
● Publicizing the work and accomplishments of MainStreet organization;
● Providing support and direction to the MainStreet board;
● Coordinating the operation of the Main Street corporation and office.
Initially, the position will be part-time, but is expected to transition to full-time employment.
Salary range is $40-45,000 as a 30 hour/week part-time position, depending on experience and qualifications. The position provides travel and cell phone expenses and a flexible work schedule. Applicants should be available to assume the duties by June 21, 2021.
To apply, please email a letter of interest and resume to Valerie Burkett by May 22, 2021 at email@example.com.
For inquiries or questions about the position, contact Sue Evatt @ firstname.lastname@example.org or 505-792-7729.
Corrales MainStreet Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.
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Corrales MainStreet Needs Your Help!
Corrales Main Street is beginning its annual partnership drive and will soon begin its new fiscal year. We’re hoping you will join us when we ring it in. Your MainStreet organization has been instrumental in bringing businesses into Corrales that fit in with the makeup of the Village while generating necessary gross receipts taxes. Working with other organizations, it is positioning Corrales to become an Arts and Cultural district within the state, highlighting the wealth of artistic talent that calls Corrales home as well as our unique cultural and heritage sites.
As with any non-profit, volunteers are the backbone of the organization. That’s where you come in. We are looking for volunteers to work on committees and to serve on the Board of Directors.
We have several committees in place that can always use more volunteers.
- The Design Committee is currently working on making the first phase of the Pathways project a reality. They also interface between businesses in the Main Street corridor and the state Main Street organization to help with façade improvement.
- The Promotion Committee plans promotional material across media types designed to bring visitors into the village to eat at our restaurants, shop our stores and stay at our B&B’s. They also coordinate the production and distribution of In Focus.
- The Economic Development Committee tackles tasks related to the Economic Growth of the Village. Tasks such as LEDA (Local Economic Development Act) and the Doing Business in Corrales website are a result of this committee.
- The Organization Committee is responsible for building the partnership base, heads up the board nominating committee and produces the annual meeting.
You can elect to serve on any of these committees or serve on the board.
The Corrales Main Street Board meets once a month on Thursday evenings for approximately ninety minutes. Serving on the Board of Directors gives you a chance to add your input to the operation of the non-profit and the direction we take within the village. Board members serve for a maximum of three years after which they may, if they desire, serve for another three-year term. Won’t you come join us?
If you would like more information or wish to volunteer, please send an email to email@example.com with Volunteer in the subject line. We look forward to hearing from you!