Providing North Baton Rouge high school students with access to college and career readiness opportunities are two key components of UREC’s North Baton Rouge Youth Development Program (NBR). This summer, 10 students participated in a power packed summer experience where they: gained career development experience; focused on ACT preparation; and participated in learning seminars with business leaders.
Aundrea Lee, third year NBR Fellow, was assigned to the East Baton Rouge Law Offices of the Public Defender’s worksite. She said, “I came back to the program because of the learning experience and opportunities I have been given over the years. It has benefitted me, and I want to continue to grow.”
Special thanks to the Summer 2015 community and business partners : ExxonMobil, The Huey and Angelina Wilson Foundation, Southern University, College of Business; East Baton rouge Parish Law Offices of the Public Defender; Our Lady of the Lake Regional Medical Center; LSU Health Baton Rouge; Stantec; Max 94.1 / KQXL 106.5; State of Louisiana, Department of Culture, Recreation & Tourism; LSU Museum of Art and Southern University, Division of Information of Technology, Baton Rouge Campus. Baton Rouge Community College and Kean Miller Law Firm.