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BRAC Announces 2021 Legislative Priorities

Baton Rouge, La. (March 31, 2021) – The Baton Rouge Area Chamber (BRAC) today announced the priorities for which the organization will advocate during the 2021 Regular Session of the Louisiana Legislature, which begins on Monday, April 12, and runs through June 10.

BRAC economic indicators show leisure and hospitality job gains

The Baton Rouge Area Chamber recently released a special economic indicator report, looking at the impact of COVID-19 on the regional economy.

Universal preschool in Baton Rouge? Superintendent said COVID relief money could make it happen

As a stepping stone towards some sort of universal preschool, new Baton Rouge schools chief Sito Narcisse said he hopes to use federal coronavirus relief money to expand education this fall for 4-year-olds and create mini-schools or centers for children as young as infants.

BRAC Releases COVID-19 Economic Indicator Dashboard for Capital Region

The Baton Rouge Area Chamber (BRAC) today released its monthly COVID-19 economic indicator dashboard.

BRAC: Vaccines bolstering Baton Rouge’s economic recovery

The Baton Rouge Area Chamber today released its monthly COVID-19 economic indicator report, which assesses the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the regional economy.

BRAC Opens Applications for Pathways to Prosperity Fellowship

BATON ROUGE, La. (March 10, 2021) — The Baton Rouge Area Chamber (BRAC) today announced it is accepting applications for its virtual Pathways to Prosperity Fellowship beginning tomorrow, March 11, through Thursday, April 22. Applications are available at brac.org/pathways.

Baton Rouge Community College and IBM partner to provide resources for job-seekers

BATON ROUGE — Job seekers, some of whom are reinventing their career prospects amid the economic disruption of COVID-19, now have another option for learning new job skills: digital coursework and assistance from Baton Rouge Community College, the BRCC Foundation and IBM, a news release said.

BRCC, IBM and Partner Organizations Unveil No-Cost Resources for Capital Region Job Seekers and Employers

BATON ROUGE – Job seekers, some of whom are reinventing their career prospects amid the economic disruption of COVID-19, now have another option for learning new job skills: digital coursework and assistance from Baton Rouge Community College, the BRCC Foundation and IBM.

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