Divisions ⇒ Community Services


It is our vision to empower the Alamo Community to work together towards self-sufficiency in the world of work.


To educate, counsel, train, encourage, and empower the Alamo Community towards self-sufficiency in the world of work and to work towards improving their daily life by learning to read, write, and speak English, and compute mathematical problems.

As a result of contracting its own educational services, the Alamo Community began to look at other services that were provided by government agencies and began to discuss other services that the community could contract through ANSBI.

The Division of Community Services is home to supplemental grants and federal programs used specifically to leverage regular programs with specific career technical education, training, postsecondary preparation, and employment opportunities for youth and young adults of the Alamo Community.

Such programs include:

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Native American Career and Technical Education Program (NACTEP)

The Division of Community Services is pleased to announce the approval of NACTEP funding from the U.S. Department of Education, for the next five years to help and assist Alamo community youth and young adults with financial assistance to enter post-secondary education, training to attain an industry-recognized credential, and/or enter employment. NACTEP fiscal year is from October 1 to September 30. The five year funding is as follows:

  • PY 2021-2022
  • PY 2022-2023
  • PY 2023-2024
  • PY 2024-2025
  • PY 2025-2026

The Strengthening Career and Technical Education for the 21st Century Act (Perkins V) was signed into law by President Trump on July 31, 2018. This bipartisan measure reauthorized the Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education Act of 2006 (Perkins IV)

Each year under the Perkins statute, Congress authorizes funding annually under the Native American Career and Technical Education Program (NACTEP) to federally-recognized Indian tribes, tribal organizations, Alaskan Native entities, and eligible Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA)-funded schools to provide career and technical education programs for Native Americans and Alaskan Natives.

The Alamo Navajo School Board, Inc. (ANSB), is a non-profit 501(c) 3 organization, and the applicant as well as the lead partner and fiscal agent. The applicant meets the requirement to ensure the project will improve the career and technical education programs” and coordinate efforts made by the Tribal economic development plans.

Below is the project objectives and performance measures that will be monitored and measured each year to determine program achievement and accountability.

U.S. Department of Education
Grant Application Form for Project Objectives and Performance Measures Information

Legal Name: Alamo Navajo School Board, Inc.

  1. Project Objective:

    The Alamo NACTEP program will enroll CTE concentrators in post-secondary educational programs to continue or complete recognized post-secondary credential (2-year and/or industry-recognized program of study) over the 5-year period.

    1. Performance Measure

      During year 1, 15% of 35 CTE Concentrators will receive a recognized post-secondary credential.

      • Year 2, 25% of 35 CTE Concentrators
      • Year 3, 30% of 35 CTE Concentrators
    2. Performance Measure

      During year 1, 85% of 35 CTE Concentrators who remain enrolled in post-secondary education, are in advanced training, military service, or a service program, or are employed.

      • During year 2, 75% of 35 CTE Concentrators
      • During year 3, 70% of 35 CTE Concentrators

      Measure Type: GPRA

  2. Project Objective:

    The Alamo Navajo NACTEP Program is to increase secondary student outreach activities, including dual-credit enrollment and counseling sessions.

    1. Performance Measure
      • Increase number of dual enrollment CTE credits at Alamo Navajo High School each semester.
      • Secondary CTE Students meet with the counselor twice a year to create an educational career action plan.
      • Conduct two (2) secondary CTE student outreach activities including a college career fair each school year.

      Measure Type: GPRA

  3. Project Objective:

    Provide opportunities for professional development for administrators, counselors and/or CTE teachers.

    1. Performance Measure

      Provide a minimum of two (2) professional development opportunity for administrators, counselors and/or CTE teachers (ACTE TechVision, Counselor Conference, or NACTEP specific activity, etc.).

      Measure Type: GPRA

Download NACTEP brochure

Download NACTEP application

Download Post Secondary Training Policy

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Workforce Innovation & Opportunity Act, USDepartment of Labor Section 166 (WIOA) and Southwestern Area Workforce Development Board (SAWDB)

Historical Perspective

The Alamo Navajo School Board, Inc. is the recipient of two WIOA funding sources:

  1. U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration (DOL/ETA), Indian and Native American Program – Employment and Training Grants. WIOA funds were granted to ANSBI since 1984 under the CETA program. Funding was awarded based on a designated geographic and demographic area and funding continues to be awarded to ANSBI.
  2. U.S. Department of Labor, WIOA grants awarded to the 50 states, and to the regional districts of each state. For New Mexico, there are five regions, Alamo is located in the Southwestern Area made up of seven counties. Through the Southwestern Area Workforce Development Board, Alamo is a recipient of youth funds to be used for the purpose of WIOA.

WIOA – Requirements for Eligibility

  • Intake/Eligibility/Goal Setting, Application,
  • Assessment – TABE –
  • Employability Skills Training
  • One-Time Assistance, Training,
  • Off/On Site Work Experience
  • Reporting System – Bear Tracks (Section 166)
  • Off/On Site Work Experience for youth and young adults

Documents not yet available
Download WIOA Intake and Application Forms
Download WIOA Brochures

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New Mexico Youth Conservation Corps (NMYCC)

The purpose of the Youth Conservation Corps (YCC) program is to provide a process to employ young persons in public projects that conserve New Mexico's natural resources and provide community benefits of lasting value. New Mexico will benefit by having its natural and urban environments improved and enhanced and its youth instilled with an appreciation of natural resources, cooperation, hard work and accomplishment.


  • unemployed;
  • a New Mexico resident (who has resided in New Mexico for at least six months immediately prior to commencing work);
  • in-school or out-of-school youth; and
  • for summer and seasonal projects, are between the ages of 14 and 25 years of age or:
  • for the residential programs, are not less than 16 or more than 25 years of age.

Applications will become available in the event ANSBI is funded. This is a yearly award.