How can I help?

Achieving a complete and accurate count of all New Mexicans, requires the participation and collaboration of all New Mexicans, including partners at the state, tribal, and local level to count everyone once, only once, and in the right place.

Encourage Your Community to Respond to the Census

Mostly importantly, encourage your community to respond to the census online beginning March 12, 2020. We need trusted voices like yours from local communities to help count every resident in New Mexico. 

New Mexico receives over $7 billion each year through federal programs which benefit the entire community: health care, nutrition, highways, education, housing, jobs and more that allocate funds on per capita basis. Get involved and ensure your community is counted fully.

Get Involved with a Compete Count Committee

Complete Count Committees (CCCs) are volunteer committees established by tribal, state, and local governments along with community leaders or organizations. They can include representatives of businesses, schools, community-based organizations, and faith-based groups.

New Mexico is forming Complete Count Committees statewide to raise awareness, answer questions, and encourage their community members to participate. Get involved with a CCC in your community by volunteering or inviting CCC members to your next community gathering.

Apply to work for the U.S. Census in your Community

Apply to work with the U.S. Census bureau as a paid employee. There are thousands of job opportunities available in the state of New Mexico. These jobs are ideal for retirees, students, seniors and anyone who wants to work. 

Stay Informed and Share Information on Social Media

Stay informed and work in your community to build awareness about the 2020 Census. Keep tabs on U.S. Census Bureau news by following the U.S. Census and ICountNM on Facebook and Twitter ​and help spread the word by sharing census content with your friends, family, and followers.  You can also encourage people in your community to work for the Census Bureau by visiting 2020 Census Jobs.

Important Dates

Mostly importantly, encourage your community to respond to the census online beginning March 12, 2020.

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How Can I Help

Achieving a complete and accurate count of all New Mexicans, requires the participation and collaboration of all New Mexicans, including partners at the state, tribal, and local level to count everyone once, only once, and in the right place.

LEARN MORE

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Get Counted

If you live in the United States, you are required by law to participate in the 2020 count, even if you recently completed another survey from the Census Bureau. 

How Can I Help

Achieving a complete and accurate count of all New Mexicans, requires the participation and collaboration of all New Mexicans to count everyone once, only once, and in the right place.

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Spread the Word

Make sure you like us, friend us, follow us and share us with your friends and family. Let's work together to ensure every New Mexican is counted in the 2020 Census!

 

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