Southern University Law Center donates printers to St. John the Baptist Parish FastTrac Graduates
St. John the Baptist Parish – The Southern University Law Center (SULC) Technology and Entrepreneurship Clinic recently donated laser printers to the graduates of the St. John the Baptist Parish FastTrac Entrepreneurial Program to aid in their business operations.
The donation is a part of the SULC Entrepreneurship Clinic’s partnership with the HP LIFE Program, which supports education, social entrepreneurship, business development and innovation. Through this initiative, HP LIFE offers 32 free modules and training webinars for SULC partners.
“I would like to sincerely thank the Southern University Law Center and SULC Entrepreneurship Clinic Director Marina Biragova for this generous donation in addition to Economic Development Director Stanley Bienemy for facilitating,” said Parish President Hotard. “The printers are state-of-the-art and will definitely assist graduates with their future business endeavors.”
“As we continue to elevate the next generation of students and entrepreneurs, the SULC Tech Clinic welcomes partnerships and collaborations that further help to enhance our programs and initiatives,” said Clinic Director Marina Biragova.
For more information on this partnership and the clinic, contact Marina Biragova at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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