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Part time
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Troop Leadership Advisor, Faculty Business Administration, IT Technician
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Employment Opportunities -9/30

  • Troop Leadership Advisor
  • Faculty Business Administration
  • IT Technician
  • Admissions Counselor/Recruiter
  • IT Network Technician
  • Development and Advancement Officer
  • Part-Time Hospital Escort for Cadets
  • Part -Time Godfrey Athl. Center Front Desk Monitor
  • Part-Time Golf Pro Shop/Range Staff (pool of applicants)
  • Part-Time Lifeguard (pool of applicants)
  • Part-Time NMMI Campus Police Officer (pool of applicants)
  • Part-Time Various Athletic Coaches (pool of applicants)


General Overview:

Located in Roswell, New Mexico, the New Mexico Military Institute offers a rich history and tradition of educating tomorrow’s leaders through a program of strong, challenging academics, leadership preparation, and character development. Known as “The West Point of the West,” NMMI remains the only state-supported co-educational college preparatory high school and junior college in the United States. Serving the educational needs of an international student population, the Institute has strict admissions standards that yearly result in an enrollment of approximately 1,000 students who come from 43 states, the District of Columbia, and 13 foreign nations.

NMMI grants High School diplomas and Associate of Arts and Associate of Science degrees. The Institute’s emphasis on qualities of honor, integrity, and responsibility, contributes to its unique educational philosophy.

Leadership training is provided to all cadets at the college level, through the Reserve Officers Training Corps (ROTC) program, and at the high school level through the Junior ROTC program. The ROTC Program offers college cadets the opportunity to receive a commission in the U.S. Army through the 2-Year Early Commissioning Program. Cadets may pursue commissions in the U.S. Army, Air Force, Navy, Marine Corps, Coast Guard, and Merchant Marines through the Service Academy Preparatory Program.

NMMI graduates prove successful in every field of endeavor, business, industry, public service, education, the professions, or careers in the military. Surveys of graduating classes show consistently that 95 percent of NMMI graduates go on to complete a four-year degree at outstanding schools such as Penn State, Stanford, Rice, Cornell, University of Texas, Arizona State University, University of Colorado, and the nation’s Service Academies.

As an institution of higher and secondary education, the Institute has the mission of enabling individual development through challenging academic preparation in a structured learning environment that affords extensive opportunities for leadership and character development. In support of this mission, the Institute’s treatment of all cadets places key value on trust, student knowledge, integrity, service and responsibility all within the framework of an Honor Code stating that “a cadet will not lie, cheat, or steal or tolerate those who do.”

Interesting item:

In 1889, Isaac Hamilton Rapp traveled west to Trinidad, Colorado to set up his first architectural practice with C.W. Bulger, specializing in public buildings. The firm dissolved after a few years. Rapp’s brother, William Morris, arrived in 1892 when they established the firm I.H. & W.M. Rapp Co. In 1909, A.C. Hendrickson joined the firm, creating the partnership I.H. & W.M. Rapp and A.C. Hendrickson. The three partners secured a firm foothold in Trinidad, resulting in numerous commissions for Trinidad’s major commercial structures, including the Las Animas County Courthouse, and the first National Bank of Trinidad. The commercial success of the firm extended beyond southeastern Colorado to Las Vegas and Santa Fe, New Mexico, and continuing south to the New Mexico Military Institute in Roswell. Later, Rapp’s architectural aesthetic made a dramatic evolution through a personal interest in New Mexico’s southwestern vernacular. In 1913, the impetus for Santa Fe to establish an architectural style directed toward enlivening local culture and generating tourism created recognition for Rapp. Among his prominent Santa Fe buildings are the New Mexico Museum of Fine Art, and the La Fonda Hotel, both exemplifying characteristics of the Spanish Pueblo Revival Style, including warm earthen colors, thick adobe walls, and sculptural, horizontal lines. Rapp’s contributions to Santa Fe architecture precede that of John Gaw Meem, who arrived four years after his retirement, and became Rapp’s major successor.


NMMI is an EOE.

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About New Mexico Military Institute

New Mexico Military Institute provides a rewarding yet demanding learning environment focuses on the "whole person. Not everyone who applies can meet the challenges of the NMMI experience. Adherence to established standards by all cadets is at the core of leadership development and those standards must be met in order to remain a NMMI Cadet. The Institute reserves the right to dismiss, suspend, or otherwise penalize any cadet who does not properly adapt to academic, disciplinary and/or physical readiness requirements. Among the offenses that may result in suspension or dismissal are those considered to undermine the purposes, goals and mission of the Institute and compromise the standards of character and conduct expected of all cadets. These include: hazing or endangerment of any cadet; sexual misconduct; disgraceful or refractory behavior; use or possession of illegal drugs and drug paraphernalia and misuse of prescription drugs; alcohol or tobacco products; possession of weapons, knives or explosive devices; unexcused absences; or any conduct that may bring discredit upon the Institute. NMMI Policy documents, Commandant Policy letters, the Blue Book, and the NMMI Operations and Procedures Manual provide in detail the policies pertaining to the aforementioned offenses. Lesser offenses will result in demerits, marching tours (punishment), loss of privileges and/or restriction to the campus. An excessive number of demerits is regarded as a failure or inability to adjust satisfactorily to the NMMI standards and may result in disciplinary probation or suspension. Poor academic performance may also result in academic probation or suspension.