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What's Next Louisiana
37 minutes | Feb 11, 2021
But First, Love Yourself: A Discussion on Self-Care
The most important mission of Louisiana's community and technical colleges is to support students both on and off campus. On this episode, we discuss the importance of self-care and the resources available to students who may be experiencing environmental factors that have a detrimental effect on their education and their lives. Dr. Rene Cintron is joined by Dr. Christy Montgomery, Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs, Diversity, and Inclusion at Northshore Technical Community College, Christy Montgomery (no relation) and Sophia Dixon Brown from The Wellspring Alliance.If you are in immediate danger, call 911.The Wellspring Alliance serves communities in Northeast and Central Louisiana, bringing people and partners together to address some of the greatest challenges of our time: violence, homelessness, sexual assault, poverty, mental illness and children facing adversity.Find out more about the Wellspring Alliance online:Website: www.wellspringofnela.org. Social Media Handles:Facebook- wellspringofnelaInstagram- wellspringofnelaTwitter- wellspringnelaHashtags: #wellspringofnela and #thewellspringstrongFind a college near you at LCTCS.edu/our-colleges.
60 minutes | Feb 2, 2021
The Student Experience - Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month
63 minutes | Dec 14, 2020
The Student Experience: A Discussion Around Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
Sometimes, making a change means having difficult conversations. The What's Next Louisiana Podcast leads an important discussion about diversity, equity, and inclusion and the student experience across Louisiana's Community and Technical Colleges. A special thanks to Damian Glover for leading this live discussion with our panelists representing students, faculty, and staff across the system.
42 minutes | Dec 1, 2020
Episode 02: Talk About Transfer
There are many reasons people decide to become community college transfer students. Some take advantage of the smaller class sizes by getting their prerequisites out of the way before transferring to a 4-year university. Others are current University students looking to take a couple community college classes on the side. On this episode of the What's Next Louisiana podcast, Dr. Rene Cintron is joined by Dr. Randall Brumfield and Dr. Lupe Lamadrid from the Louisiana Board of Regents and alumni Jessica Hood (Northshore Technical Community College) and Genesis Sanchez (South Louisiana Community College) to discuss what it means to be a transfer student. Find a college near you at LCTCS.edu/our-colleges. LA Board of Regents Master Course Articulation Matrix: regents.la.gov/master-course-articulation/ LA Prospers: LA Board of Regents Master Plan: masterplan.regents.la.gov/the-master-plan/
24 minutes | Dec 1, 2020
Episode 01: The Heat on Healthcare
On the premiere edition of the What's Next Louisiana podcast, Dr. Rene Cintron is joined by Dr. Wendi Palermo and Nunez Community College alumnus Jesse Shaffer to discuss healthcare programs available across Louisiana's community and technical colleges. Find a college near you at LCTCS.edu/our-colleges.
44 minutes | Nov 17, 2020
What's Next Louisiana Podcast: The Veteran Student Experience
The What's Next Louisiana podcast takes an inside look at resources available to veteran students across the state. Students and faculty from Northwest Louisiana Technical Community College - NLTCC and Fletcher Technical Community College join Dr. Rene Cintron for an inspiring and informative discussion.
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