The New Mexico Nursing Education Consortium (NMNEC ⋄”nem-nek”) is a collaborative of state- or tribal-funded nursing programs across the state with a common pre-licensure RN nursing curriculum that supports multiple pathways into nursing.
The NMNEC statewide common curriculum was approved in 2012 and implemented in two schools that year. In 2020, the common pre-licensure curriculum has been implemented in twelve schools in sixteen locations providing transferability in all four quadrants of the state.
NMNEC Program Job Opportunity During the October 2020 NMNEC Statewide Faculty Meeting, Mary Wright, NMNEC Program Outreach Manager, announced her plans to retire as of June 30, 2021. Because there is available funding at this time, the selected candidate can start in...
Information about this NMNEC Project Stipend Opportunity and the Application (due no later than January 15, 2021) are below FY 21 NMNEC Project Stipend Opportunity Letter and Application CombinedDownload
NMNEC Faculty Tool Box on Diversity & Inclusion Google Site
This stand-alone committee has been established to: Help NMNEC Curriculum Programs develop and maintain a substantive change template that can be used by all NMNEC programs, streamlining processes for AACN and CCNE accreditation and self-studiesUpdate accreditation...
Melissa Wohltman resigned from her position as Dept. Chair of Health Sciences and Director of Nursing at UNM Taos effective December 31, 2020, thus leaving an open position for the NMNEC Leadership Council ADN Program. Melissa also served as a NMNEC Program Director,...
Nursing Education Model provides multiple pathways into nursing education.