projectY cowork News:
projectY cowork Los Alamos announces that the application for the “Working Local” Scholarship sponsored by Century Bank is now open.
The $500 scholarship, a flexible stipend to be used at the local coworking space located in the heart of downtown, will be awarded to an individual living or working in Los Alamos.
Those interested in applying should fill out a short application found on the projectY cowork blog at www.projectYLosAlamos.com. Applications will be accepted through Friday, Feb. 21.
“Century Bank wants to give back to the local business community through this scholarship, as we pride ourselves in being committed to the people and communities in New Mexico,” Century Bank VP/Branch Manager Karen Easton said. “I have actually held frequent meetings and worked out of projectY myself, in advance of opening our local branch here in Los Alamos. It’s been a phenomenal resource and we want to give that opportunity to someone else as well.”
Century Bank opened its Los Alamos branch in October 2019. This newest branch will complement existing branches in Santa Fe, Espanola, Albuquerque, Las Cruces and Rio Rancho.
Serving New Mexico since 1887, Century Bank supports New Mexico’s financial needs through Commercial Loans, Small Business Loans, Mortgage Loans, Consumer Loans, Deposit Products, Wealth Management, and services including Electronic Banking and Treasury Management.
For questions about the “Working Local” Scholarship, contact projectY cowork at 505.661.4862.
About projectY cowork Los Alamos
Since its inception in June 2016, projectY cowork has hosted hundreds of entrepreneurial events attracting individuals from across Northern New Mexico. In addition to various membership options and punchcard passes to the workspace, projectY also allows non-members to reserve its 10-person conference room and event space for after-hours and weekend use. For more information, visit www.projectYLosAlamos.com.
projectY cowork is a coworking space that serves as a hub for startups, freelancers and others to be connected to like-minded entrepreneurs, business experts, investors and mentors who will help them achieve their personal and professional goals. In addition to providing an affordable, modern workspace for locals, projectY also hosts experts to provide entrepreneurial workshops and other events. project cowork is an initiative between Los Alamos Commerce & Development Corporation, Los Alamos County, Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) Feynman Center for Innovation, Regional Development Corporation (RDC) and Triad, LLC.