New Tech @ Ruston on the Ruston High School campus recently joined with the Ruston-Lincoln Chamber of Commerce to host a ribbon cutting for its newest facility. Unveiling the state-of-the-art upperclassman wing attracted a wide range of stakeholders and partners such as (below, left to right) RHS Head Football Coach Brad Laird, BESE member Jay Guillot, Ruston Alderman Jedd Lewis, Louisiana Tech University President Les Guice and Sen. Bob Kostelka.
The Boys and Girls Clubs of North Central Louisiana recently donated a refurbished computer to the local VFW. Pictured is Eldonta Osborne, club chief professional officer, and Curtis Hawkins, representing the VFW.
Pictured are Stephanie Griffin, Christian Community Action director, Susan Bailey of Grambling State University and GSU freshman First Year Experience for Education majors who came to CCA and donated mittens and hats for children on Dec. 1.
After much hard work and preparation for the work force, Northeast Louisiana Technical College students went out with a bang at NELTC’s graduation exercise.
NELTC held convocation ceremonies for all six of its campuses on Dec. 8 at the Monroe Civic Center. Students from Bastrop campus, Delta-Ouachita campus in West Monroe, North Central campus in Farmerville, Northeast campus in Winnsboro and Ruston campus came together to celebrate the completion of their technical college careers.