Title V Grant

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Title V Hispanic Serving Institutions (HSI)

The federally funded program, Title V was introduced in 2013 and is strategically planned to serve a community with the need for programs connecting Hispanics and disadvantaged students to reach high demand opportunities in emergency service careers.

Climbing the Ladder: New Programs for First Responders

ENMU-Ruidoso’s three new programs utilize best practices and competency-based curricula for first responders – an AAS/Certificate in Wildland Fire Science; an AAS in Emergency Medical Services; and an AAS/Certificate in Structural Fire Science. To promote access to high-demand programs, curricula will combine face-to-face classes, online classes, and hybrid instruction (online content plus on-campus lab work). New online services (such as Academic and Career Advising, Registration, Admissions, Orientation, Financial Aid, and Degree Audit) will support program access and completion.

Interested?
Click here to speak with an advisor about ENMU-Ruidoso’s First Responder Programs

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Rachel Saenz
Title V Project Manager
Rachel.Saenz@enmu.edu
575-257-2120 x426
Dave Boisen
Title V AD/ID
dave.boisen@enmu.edu
575-257-2120
Ex.427
Tonia Ashby
Title V Administrative Assistant
Tonia.Ashby@enmu.edu
575-257-2120, Ext 420