Registration open for LSU Executive Education courses
LSU Executive Education will offer its Rising Stars Program on March 14-16 and its intensive Project Management Professional Certification Prep Course on April 4-7.
Both programs are held at LSU’s Business Education Complex.
Participants can register for the Rising Stars Program until March 5. This program helps organizations improve employee retention, develop a pipeline of future leaders and prepare high-performing employees for growth.
The registration fee is $1,395. To learn more or to register, visit the Rising Stars web page.
The Project Management Professional Certification Prep Course will accept participants until March 25.
The course is an intensive four-day PMI Project Management Professional Certification Prep course designed to prepare one for the Project Management Institute’s PMP Certification exam.
The registration fee is $1,975. For information, visit the Project Management Certification Prep Course web page.
BR Health District launches awards program
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The Baton Rouge Health-Tech Catalyst, a Baton Rouge Health District project funded by the U.S. Economic Development Administration Office of Innovation and Entrepreneurship — Build to Scale Program, is starting the Launchpad Innovation Pilot Awards.
The goal of the awards is to promote and support collaboration between health district member institutions, while sparking innovation between health district anchor institutions, technology and community innovators, and industry leaders. Awards will provide up to $30,000 for health district member institution investigators, providers and employees.
The awards will support collaborative proposals to further the health district priorities of healthy place, health education and health research.
An informational webinar will be at 9 a.m. Wednesday, and the initial letter of intent is due at 5 p.m. March 12. For information and to access application materials, visit brhealthdistrict.com/launchpad.
Franklin Associates opens new offices, events center
Franklin Associates has opened its new headquarters and professional events venue in Mid City.
The consulting firm had its offices at Government and South 22nd streets for nine years. It moved into the former Church of the Way Presbyterian sanctuary and office on South Foster Drive.
The Executive Center is a new business that can host up to 300 people for corporate board meetings, retreats, memorial services and holiday events.