• DELGADO FINE ARTS: The work of fine-arts students from the City Park and West Bank campuses of Delgado Community College is on display through April 28 at the Isaac Delgado Fine Arts Gallery, on the third floor of Building 1, 615 City Park Ave., New Orleans. The exhibit highlights the different mediums explored by the students, including painting, drawing, jewelry and three-dimensional design. The gallery is open from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday and Tuesday and from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Wednesday through Friday. For information, contact Brenda Hanegan, gallery director, at (504) 671-6377 or bhaneg@dcc.edu.
  • NUNEZ COMMUNITY COLLEGE: Members of Gamma Beta Phi Honor Society at Nunez Community College recently gathered donations and put together 20 Easter baskets for children at the St. Bernard Battered Women’s Shelter. Representatives of the Greater New Orleans Federal Credit Union helped assemble the baskets March 23.
  • DELGADO COMMUNITY COLLEGE: Stephen Perry, president and CEO of the New Orleans Convention and Visitors Bureau, will be the target of a roast benefiting the Delgado Community College Foundation beginning at 7 p.m. Friday, at the Harrah’s New Orleans Theater, 8 Canal St., New Orleans. Proceeds from the event will benefit scholarships and programs at Delgado Community College. Roasters will include Ron Forman, Michael Hecht, Steve Pettus and Doug Thornton. Tickets are $150. For information or to buy tickets, contact Nita Hutter Meins at fndsupport@dcc.edu or call (504) 671-5412. Buy tickets online at www.dcc.edu/alumni-giving/foundation/roast.aspx.
  • SKILLED CRAFT TRAINING: Grant money has allowed Delgado Community College to reduce tuition for skilled craft training in electrical, pipefitting and industrial maintenance classes beginning Monday. Tuition is $250 for electrical or pipefitting and $350 for industrial maintenance. To register, visit www.dcc.edu/academics/workforce/skilled-craft.
  • LSU NURSING: Applications are being accepted through May 9 for full-time summer enrollment in a new concentration in the Master of Science in Nursing degree program at the LSU Health New Orleans School of nursing. The clinical nurse leader concentration is the first and only program of this type in Louisiana. Clinical nurse leaders communicate, plan and implement care directly and have authority to change care plans when necessary. For information, visit nursing.lsuhsc.edu.