Lion Pride Preview is a day for prospective students and parent to visit Southeastern Louisiana University and learn about their academic programs, admissions process and campus life. It is a free event and lunch is provided Just make sure you register ahead of time. There are 3 dates available.
Date of Event: September 21, October 18, and November 15
NACAC is the National Association for College Admission Counseling. Every year they arrange an annual college fair in our region with representatives from educational institutions across the country. This is an excellent opportunity for any student that plans to continue their education after high school. If you can't make the fair on Oct. 2, NACAC will also be in New Orleans on Oct. 1. Click HERE for more information and HERE for a list of colleges at this year's fair.
Date of Event: October 2
For more information, visit website at nacacnet.org
Central Louisiana AHEC programs are an excellent opportunity for any students interested in the healthcare field. Four programs are offered: All healthcare fields, Dentistry, Nursing, and Medicine. Deadlines vary by program. Review this program packet for details and deadline dates for each course.
Deadlines: November 8 and March 1
Contact Info: Babette Bourgeous at 225-757-9845 or ; visit website at clahec.org
Manufacturer of custom wastewater, stormwater, and industrial precast concrete products throughout Louisiana and the Gulf Coast. For students that are interested in pursuing industrial work and do not have plans in attending a four year college or university, this may be a good opportunity for you. This job provides health benefits, retirement, holiday pay and will pay for additional training.
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Contact: Chelsea Ratcliff at 225-567-2700; visit website at gaineysconcrete.com
This page is intended to provide information for various opportunities for our students in assisting them in their academic and professional endeavors. These resources may include academic assistance, college events, career opportunities, internships, etc. As we continue to receive new information throughout the school year, be sure to check regularly for any updates.
Livingston Parish Public Schools adheres to the equal opportunity provisions of federal and civil rights laws, and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, or disability. In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, if you need special assistance to participate in any meetings, please contact Debra Sawyer of the LPPS Special Education office at (225)686-4248. Notification 48 hours prior to the meeting will enable LPPS to make reasonable arrangements to ensure accessibility to this meeting. The Title IX Coordinator is Rick Wentzel, Assistant Superintendent, P.O. Box 1130, Livingston, LA; phone (225)686-7044; email Rick.Wentzel@LPSB.org. The Title II Coordinator is Tammy Kuhn, PO box 1130 Livingston, LA 70754; phone (225)686-7044; email Tammy.Kuhn@lpsb.org.