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The Daniels Leadership Center (DLC) is an endowed Center of the New Mexico Military Institute. The Center opened in 2006 and houses a Conference Center and learning spaces within its expansive 25,000 square foot capacity. The facility is home to program and services for cadets and community groups, including private organizations, military units, and civic-government agencies.
The Engagement Auditorium has seating for up to one hundred. The Crestron Smart Podium controls the three main screens. Each seat has internet ports and power. Food and drink are not allowed in this room.
The Situation Stage (53’ x 46’) is an open space room connected to the Engagement Auditorium. The large space is adjacent to the Engagement Auditorium and can be configured to sit an additional one hundred for increased capacity. The room contains seven screens spaced around the room to immerse the audience visually. Internet ports and power can be found throughout the room in the flooring in order to allow for maximum versatility in arranging the room. Food and Drink are not allowed in this room.
Jack Daniels Room
The Jack Daniels Room (36’ x 36’) is a multi-purpose room for moderate sized meetings and dining area. It boasts an impressive eight screens (four are backlit) allowing anyone in the room to see a presentation or announcements. This is a great room for hosting your food and drinks.
Adjacent to the Daniels Leadership Center is the Yates Leadership Challenge Course, home to a variety of experiential learning environments and programs including a ropes course, leadership reaction course, and rappel tower.
The Yates Leadership Challenge Complex abides by the highest standards for safety, operations, and instruction outlined by the Association for Challenge Course Technology.
The facility is available to NMMI cadets, as well as community groups, including private organizations, military units, and civic-government agencies.