LCCC Holds 2016 SEED Program Information Nights
published Monday, January 4, 2016
If you are you a student with a disability struggling to be successful in college, need training or services in academic skills, communication skills, socialization, or independent living, or could benefit from being connected with a peer mentor and/or the ability to work with an academic/career coach, Lehigh Carbon Community College’s new SEED program is available.
Information nights for people interested in the program are scheduled at main campus in Schnecksville from 6 to 7:30 p.m. on the following dates:
- Thursday, Jan. 14, in the Rothrock Library, room 120
- Tuesday, Feb. 2, in the Community Services Center, room 205
- Monday, March 14, in the Rothrock Library, room 120
The Success, Engagement, Education, Determination (SEED) program was developed through a grant received from the Pennsylvania Developmental Disability Council. Lehigh Carbon Community College will be partnering with Lehigh Valley Center for Independent Living to provide comprehensive follow along services for students with disabilities interested in either an academic or career track program. These are just some of the many opportunities offered through SEED. Programming will begin in July.
The application deadline is April 1. If interested, complete an application.
For more information, contact Michelle Mitchell at email@example.com.