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Leadership Baton Rouge program taking applications for 2022 class

The Baton Rouge Area Chamber announced that applications for the 2022 class of its Leadership Baton Rouge program are open at brac.org/leadership.

Premier Health planning $1.5M headquarters expansion

Premier Health Consultants CEO Steve Sellars on Tuesday announced that the company will expand its Baton Rouge headquarters, making a $1.5 million capital investment in its facilities to support the more than 85 urgent care clinics it operates.

More jobs available than people unemployed in Louisiana

BATON ROUGE – Help is not just wanted—it’s needed at many businesses in the capital area.

Gov. Edwards, Premier Health Announce Headquarters Expansion in Baton Rouge

BATON ROUGE — Gov. John Bel Edwards and Premier Health Consultants CEO Steve Sellars announced that the company will expand its Baton Rouge headquarters, according to a press release from Louisiana Economic Development. Premier Health will make a $1.5 million capital investment in its Baton Rouge facilities as it expands administrative staff to support the more than 85 urgent care clinics it operates across 10 states, including 45 locations in Louisiana.

Premier Health Announces Headquarters Expansion in Baton Rouge

Baton Rouge, La. (October 5, 2021) – The Baton Rouge Area Chamber (BRAC) today joined Gov. John Bel Edwards and Premier Health Consultants CEO Steve Sellars in announcing that the company will expand its Baton Rouge headquarters.

Leadership Baton Rouge Opens Applications for Class of 2022

Baton Rouge, La. (October 1, 2021) – The Baton Rouge Area Chamber (BRAC) today announced that applications for the 2022 class of its Leadership Baton Rouge program are now open at brac.org/leadership. Applications will be accepted until October 31, 2021, at midnight.

How Baton Rougeans Responded After Hurricane Ida

Baton Rouge is trying to get more kids non-college job training. But demand is lower than hoped.

The opportunities for young people locally to receive job training in high school or immediately after — as opposed to pursuing a bachelor’s degree — have grown in recent years, but too few are taking advantage, local leaders involved in such efforts said Monday.

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