705 mentor program
705 mentor program
Hit the green May 29 to support the pro bono work of Lafayette Volunteer Lawyers.
Dextria “Dex” Sapp has been promoted to director of fitness at City Club in River Ranch. She has been with City Club for more than eight years.
Program for Allinclusive Care for the Elderly, or PACE, caters to low-income seniors living in the community to provide a central location for delivery of their health care in a more social, adult day-care atmosphere.
With new initiatives encouraging wholesome, farm-raised eating, Lourdes is cultivating a healthy attitude toward the well-being of its staff.
This too shall pass, and when this downturn turns around — as it always does — the local oil patch will be looking to fill lots of posts with educated and skilled workers. And South Louisiana Community College believes it will provide those companies with just the right candidates.
On any given day, the staff at Acadiana Animal Aid (formerly Lafayette Animal Aid) cares for more than 100 dogs and cats at its shelter in Carencro, which is neatly folded away on a 10-acre compound hidden just from view off I-49.
Last month, I wrote about LEDA’s economic impact on Lafayette’s economy and some of our core services— visitation program, site identification and market research. This month I’ll share information about LEDA’s remaining services that contribute to the organization’s more than $1.
Lafayette attorney Glenn Armentor hopes to change the world, one student at a time, with his ground-breaking scholarship program for at-risk teens.
Quality Companies USA, a Youngsville-based oil and gas contractor operating in the Gulf of Mexico and throughout the U.S., was awarded the ISO 9001:2008 certificate for its commitment to continuous improvement and quality.
The good, the bad from the recent news cycle
SLCC’s new scaffolding program holds promise for both immediate work and advancement.
New hires, promotions and more from the Acadiana business community
Despite our current economic struggles, diversification and technology ensure that Lafayette and Acadiana will bounce back stronger than ever.
INNOV8 Acadiana will leverage a hefty U.S. Economic Development Administration grant to boost our region’s status as a business incubation hub.
Lafayette set to launch its energy and health care accelerator this fall.