Odessa College Announces PSP’s Investment in the New Wood Health Sciences Building

The Permian Strategic Partnership has committed to a $4 million investment in Odessa College’s new Wood Health Sciences Building, bringing the 12-month capital campaign to 94 percent of the $40 million goal. This investment brings the total of the partnership pledges to $22,621,500. Odessa College will contribute $15 million to the project.

Expanding mental health services in the Basin

The Permian Strategic Partnership and the FMH Foundation have teamed up with the West Texas Counseling and Guidance Center to provide over $3 million dollars to expand mental health services in the Permian Basin.

PSP still committed to Permian’s long-term prosperity

The Permian Strategic Partnership and our members continue to remain as committed as ever to this region. For us, the key phrase is “this region,” as in the entire Permian Basin.

Teacher among the first to go for national certification

Brooke Adrian, who will be teaching sixth grade at Nimitz Middle School in the fall, is one of more tha必利勁 n 90 Ector County ISD instructors taking advantage of National Board Certification offered through the district and the Permian Strategic Partnership.

Building a better community

Lawmakers heard from the community partners largely responsible for the Career and Technical Education Center of Hobbs (CTECH) — Hobbs Municipal Schools Superintendent TJ Parks, City of Hobbs Mayor Sam Cobb, JF Maddox Foundation Senior Program Officer Mayra Lovas, and Permian Basin Strategic Partnership President and Chief Executive Officer Tracee Bentley — on the partnership […]

PSP applauds state’s investment in Permian roads

The Permian Strategic Partnership on April 19 applauded the New Mexico Department of Transportation, the New Mexico Legislature and the governor for their commitment to improving road conditions and road safety in the Permian Basin through their work in this year’s legislative session to fund key transportation projects in the region.

Life-saving equipment initiative begins

The Permian Strategic Partnership (PSP) and the Permian Road Safety Coalition (PRSC) held a kick-off event for its collaborative “First Responder Life-Saving Equipment Initiative.”

Christmas came early for local fire departments

On Friday afternoon, the Permian Strategic Partnership and Permian Road Safety Coalition continued its $1.1 million First Responder Life-Saving Equipment Initiative.

Area departments receive first responder kits

The Permian Road Safety Coalition presented Gaines County first responders and those from Dawson, Borden, Young and Lea counties with First-Responder Lifesaving Equipment kits.

First responders to receive more equipment

The Permian Strategic Partnership and the Permian Road Safety Coalition recently announced a $1.1 million donation of life-saving equipment to first responders in 22 counties across West Texas and Southeast New Mexico.

Carlsbad looking forward to partnership with Texas Tech University

Dr. Timothy Benton, with Texas Tech University, brought members of his team by to discuss an initiative that will bring more highly qualified physicians to Carlsbad. This project is being sponsored through the Permian Strategic Partnership.