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The Louisiana Community and Technical College System (LCTCS) Foundation is proud to announce our 2nd annual Impact Awards Recognition Program. The LCTCS Impact Awards recognize individuals, organizations, business, and industry whose leadership efforts have been notably effective in advancing Louisiana’s education and workforce needs of our students, businesses and communities. Annual nominations are solicited statewide to spotlight the outstanding advocates for their accomplishments in addressing issues that are determined to be of importance to improving education and workforce development such as college and career readiness, college access and affordability, education reforms that ensures all workers are equipped to compete for jobs and succeed, access to career pathways that align with Louisiana’s workforce needs, leadership development and teacher excellence.

In addition to recognition, the LCTCS Impact Awards program provides a platform for individuals, organizations, business and industry with an opportunity to learn what exemplary leaders are doing by sharing the winner’s best practices and achievements. It is a great networking opportunity for developing meaningful partnerships and effective collaborations across sectors.

LCTCS Foundation and Capital Area United Way Bowling for a Cause

Join us as we roll out our United Way Campaign with the 2018 LCTCS Bowling Tournament! The mission of CAPITAL AREA UNITED WAY is to improve lives by leveraging partnerships in our community to advance the common good through education, income stability, and healthy living. Proceeds from the entry fees will benefit the Capital Area United Way.


The LCTCS Foundation leads and inspires private support for Louisiana’s community and technical colleges to ensure excellence in meeting the education and workforce needs of our State’s students, businesses and communities.



One of the primary objectives of the LCTCS Foundation is to support our colleges as they grow their assets to support workforce development programming and the students and business these colleges serve.


A primary tool in improving faculty and staff skills and programming excellence, resulting in a better-trained workforce, a growing middle class and a more prosperous state.


The Foundation collects scholarship dollars and distributes them to our colleges so that they may award these funds directly to needy and deserving students.


Supporting a public education and engagement program and policy development to leverage a public agenda for higher education focused on meeting the needs of students, communities and business and industry.

Our colleges are changing the lives of all Louisianans and the LCTCS Foundation wants to make sure that our lawmakers and our communities know about this great work. Through our outreach programs, the LCTCS Foundation encourages and supports real solutions for Louisiana. This outreach is critical as we set our sights on Our Louisiana 2020 and the outcomes we hope to achieve.

Higher Louisiana

The Louisiana Community and Technical College System Foundation supports the educational institutions that supply the most important resource for our state and its businesses: capable people. Your support of the LCTCS Foundation is an investment in your community, ensuring that our residents have opportunities for meaningful work, right here in their home state.


Visitors to the Capitol Rotunda have an opportunity to engage with students from all 13 two-year colleges and industry partners. Hands-on demonstrations are also offered in more than 15 programs which are aligned to the state’s immediate workforce needs.


The community and technical college culinary arts showcase features our six culinary programs around the state and gives visitors an opportunity to savor the unique cuisine prepared by our students.

Changing Lives Through Strategic Partnerships

Portrait of Anne Roby

Praxair is constantly focused on developing a diverse pipeline of talented STEM and skilled trade professionals to ensure we meet our critical business needs and remain competitive globally. We have had a strong presence in Louisiana for decades and are pleased to partner with LCTCS.

Anne Roby
Senior Vice President, Praxair

Benefitting Students at:

Baton Rouge Community College, Delgado Community College, and Sowela Technical Community College

JP Morgan Chase & Co.
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Helping people gain the work skills they need will transform lives and strengthen our state’s economy. Every day, employers tell us they can’t fill good-paying jobs because there simply aren’t enough trained workers. Working with the WISE Fund, we can provide great careers for our citizens and continued economic prosperity for Louisiana.

John Kallenborn
President, JPMorgan Chase, Louisiana

Benefitting Students at:

Baton Rouge, Fletcher, Nunez, Northshore, Northwest, RPCC, SOLACC, CLTCC, BPCC, Delgado, SCL, and Louisiana Delta

CB & I

CB&I has a significant presence in Louisiana, which includes a large professional workforce, major projects and key fabrication facilities,” said , CB&I’sPresident and Chief Executive Officer. So this partnership is important to our business. It will help us meet the demand for skilled and qualified workers to execute our existing and future projects in the state.

Philip K. Asherman
President and Chief Executive Officer, CB&I

Benefitting Students at:

Baton Rouge, Sowela


The Foundation collects scholarship dollars and distributes them to our colleges so that they may award these funds directly to needy and deserving students. Through statewide fundraising efforts, including the support of LCTCS employees and board members, the LCTCS Foundation is proud to offer several statewide scholarships for our students.

Curt Eysink Memorial Workforce Scholarship
In honor of Curt’s leadership and commitment to workforce development at the Louisiana Community and Technical College System and the Louisiana Workforce Commission, the LCTCS Foundation has established an endowment to provide scholarships in his memory. Curt’s legacy will live on in the success of our students and our colleges’ contributions to Louisiana’s workforce.


This annual event honors businesses and organizations throughout Louisiana
who have made a significant impact at Louisiana’s Community and Technical Colleges since its inception.

I am taking the steps I need so that can be successful and make a better life for me and my child. No one in my family has attended college much less graduated college and I am determined to be the first one to do so.

Star Farmer
Student, Northshore Technical Community College


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Portrait of Monty Sullivan

Dr. Monty Sullivan

LCTCS System President
Baton Rouge, LA

Portrait of Ernest Green

Mr. Ernest Green

LCTCS Foundation Board Chair

Vice President of Manufacturing & Operations, Angus Chemical Company
Sterlington, LA

Portrait of Stephen Toups

Mr. Stephen Toups

Executive Vice President, Turner Industries
Baton Rouge, LA

Portrait of Dr. Christel Slaughter

Dr. Christel Slaughter

Foundation Secretary / Treasurer

Partner & Vice President, SSA Consultants
Baton Rouge, LA

Portrait of Millie Atkins

Ms. Millie Atkins

Monroe, LA

Portrait of Tim Barfield

Mr. Tim Barfield

President, CSRS, Inc.
Baton Rouge, LA

Portrait of Joe Georgusis

Mr. Joe Georgusis

Owner, Park Investments
Metairie, LA

Portrait of Leon Louis Giorgio, Jr.

Mr. Leon Louis Giorgio, Jr.

Owner, Select Properties, Ltd.
Metairie, LA

Portrait of Bob Brown

Mr. Bob Brown

New Orleans, LA

Portrait of David "Rocky" Rockett

Mr. David "Rocky" Rockett

Foundation Board Vice Chair

Executive Director, Greater Bossier Economic Development Foundation
Bossier City, LA

Portrait of Stephen C. Smith

Mr. Stephen C. Smith

Partner, All South Consulting Engineers
Schriever, LA

Dr. Aspinwall Headshot

Dr. Neil Aspinwall

Chancellor, SOWELA Technical Community College
Lake Charles, LA

Kevin Cadien Headshot

Kevin O. Cadien

Louisiana Operations Site Director, Dow Chemical
Plaquemine, LA

Steve Nathanson Headshot

Steve Nathanson

CEO for Bernhard, LLC
Baton Rouge, LA



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Contact Us

Tarie Roberson

Tarie Roberson
Director of Advancement
[email protected]