Summer Internship Program

The internship program is designed to provide real‐world experiences that expand youth application of academic, technical and employability skills in a work setting.

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Information from Bernalillo County regarding its operation during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Bernalillo County Commissioners & Elected Officials

Debbie O'Malley

Debbie O'MalleyDistrict 1

Steven Michael Quezada

Vice Chair Steven Michael QuezadaDistrict 2

Adriann Barboa

Adriann BarboaDistrict 3

Walt Benson

Walt BensonDistrict 4

Charlene Pyskoty, District 5 Commissioner

Chair Charlene E. PyskotyDistrict 5

Tanya Giddings

Tanya GiddingsAssessor

Clerk - Linda Stover

Linda StoverClerk

Probate Judge - Cristy J. Carbόn-Gaul

Cristy J. CarbÓn-Gaul Probate Judge

Sheriff - Manuel Gonzales III

Manuel Gonzales IIISheriff

Treasurer - Nancy M. Bearce

Nancy M. BearceTreasurer

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County Spotlight

Bernalillo County is soliciting applications to fill a vacancy on the DWI Planning Council. The council makes recommendations to the Board of County Commissioners on prevention, treatment, and law enforcement programs, services and activities designed to reduce the incidence of DWI and decrease the number of alcohol-involved traffic crashes and fatalities in Bernalillo County.
The Bernalillo County Treasurer’s Office is mailing delinquent tax notices as required by state law. Notices are mailed annually to residents who have failed to make a property tax payment. Such notices cannot be delayed or stopped.
Bernalillo County will revert to the ban on single-use plastic bags and polystyrene containers within the unincorporated areas of the county, outside the city limits of Albuquerque, on July 1. Bernalillo County Manager Julie Morgas Baca is rescinding the order she implemented last summer allowing businesses to use the bags during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
The “Bringing Generations Together Thru Genealogy” series of free online classes expands this month with three classes presented by Ángel de Cervantes, paleographer and New Mexico DNA Project administrator. All Bernalillo County residents are now eligible and invited to register and participate. Classes are June 8, 15 and 22.
The Bernalillo County Clerk’s Office remains closed to the public. As the county Clerk’s Office remains closed to the public, their services are available by appointment only Monday-Friday 8 a.m.- 4 p.m.
The smell of popcorn is in the air as Bernalillo County is warming up the old projector to resume the Movies in the Park series. The county had previously gone to drive-in style summer movies during the pandemic, but will resume normal outdoor, grass-seating Movies in the Park beginning Saturday, June 5. Movies in the Park will require a reserved ticket. Each ticket reservation will allow for up to six persons in a group for each social circle.
Bernalillo County Animal Care and Resource Center is changing its hours effective June 1 to increase availability and serve public interest.
Break out the swimsuits, sun block, and bring a mask to the opening of the Rio Grande Pool and the South Valley Aquatic Center on Saturday, May 29.
Bernalillo County will receive approximately $1 million from the New Mexico Public Education Department to administer a summer internship program for high school aged youth ages 16-18 interested in exposure to a variety of professions from diverse employers and organizations throughout the city of Albuquerque and Bernalillo County.
County offices and facilities will continue requiring masking and social distancing guidelines for employees, vendors, and contractors at all county facilities. The general public is not required to wear a mask but should observe social distancing while in county facilities. While masks are not required, they are strongly encouraged.
Bernalillo County’s 2021 Summer Lunch Program will begin Tuesday, June 1 and will run until Aug. 6. Program Rules: - Participants must be one to 18 years of age to receive a meal. - Grab and Go is still the way we will conduct service this year. - Participants must receive an entire meal, including milk. - All meals are issued on a first come, first served basis.
On May 25 the Bernalillo County Commission passed a resolution to ban the use of open fires, campfires, and smoking in the unincorporated areas of Bernalillo County for the next 45 days. Severe drought conditions exist which affects the safety and welfare of Bernalillo County citizens.

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BernCo's Movies in the Park is BACK for the Summer of 2021! We'll be showing kid-friendly movies every Saturday night for eight weekends beginning at June 5 at all parks all across the county. Attendance is limited and you must be registered to enter the park - go online to Eventbrite to reserve your ticket. Food trucks will be onsite and COVID-safe practices will be strictly followed. Movies are FREE and begin at dusk!
Devon Sandoval, Center - Forward for New Mexico United headlines this PSA about the importance of getting vaccinated against COVID 19.
Highlights from the May 3 news conference announcing Bernalillo County's partnership with Youth Development Inc. to manage the Community Engagement Teams program. The Behavioral Initiative currently has approximately 20 different programs to help those dealing with behavioral health issues and their families.
Parents play a major role in their teen’s choices about alcohol, tobacco and other drugs. Parents Who Host, Lose The Most: Don’t Be a Party to Teenage Drinking is a program that provides parents with accurate information about the health and safety risks associated with underage drinking and the legal consequences of providing alcohol to minors. Learn more at www.bernco.gov/donothost.
Bernalillo County and the City of Albuquerque are teaming up to combat illegal dumping by creating the Illegal Dumping Partnership. County Commissioner Steven Michael Quezada and City Councilor Klarissa Pena have teamed up with their respective elected bodies including the MRCOG, AMAFCA, MRGCD, ABCWUA, BCSO, APD, The SOMOS UNIDOS Foundation, CNM, PNM APS, NMED, NMDOT, and the West Central Development Community Group to create a strong alliance to help eliminate the problem. Find them on Facebook at IllegalDumpingPartnershipNM.
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