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Success, Engagement, Education, Determination [SEED] Program

SEED: Plants the seed of success for students through college and community engagement in creating an inclusive culture, fostering growth.

The Success, Engagement, Education, Determination (SEED) program provides comprehensive “direct” services for students with disabilities interested in a college experience to master skills in transition, academic, and/or career areas. Education is provided in independent living, socialization, and soft skills. Through partnerships with Lehigh Valley Center for Independent Living and LCCC faculty/staff; mentoring, coaching, work experiences, instruction, and training are provided to meet their adult related goals and maximize their employment potential.

Additional information regarding the program :

 
SEED AACHIEVE
(For Students with Autism)
SEED Academic / Degree Seeking SEED CTP / Career Track
Cost = $3000/semester
 
Cost = $4500/semester Cost = $6400/semester
5-7 Indiv con hrs/week
 
8-12 Indiv con hrs/week 15-20 Indiv con hrs/week
  • Assistance with classroom concerns
  • Campus & community training for all departments
  • Collaboratively work with career development for employment skills (resume writing, interviewing, career etiquette, etc.)
  • Connect with faculty
  • Daily/weekly coaching (as needed)
  • Individual meetings for skill building and/or problem-solving
  • Internship coaching
  • Internship placement assistance
  • Social groups and/or mentors
  • Structured study lounge
  • Study skill strategies
  • Training and strategy tutoring (as needed)
  • Assistance with classroom concerns
  • Collaboratively work with career development for employment skills (resume writing, interviewing, career etiquette, etc.)
  • Connect with faculty
  • Daily/weekly coaching (required)
  • Individual meetings for skill building and/or problem-solving
  • Individualized instruction
  •  Internship Coaching
  • Internship placement assistance
  • Job shadow/Work experience
  • Social groups and/or professional/peer mentors
  • Structured Study Lounge
  • Study skill strategies
  • Training and strategy tutoring
  • Access to credit/noncredit courses toward vocational training (20 hours/week min. programming)
  • Individualized curriculum
  • Job shadow/Work experience
  • Daily/weekly coaching
  • Full peer integration
  • Required pre-employment skills classes
  • Daily/weekly coaching (required)
  • Individual meetings for skill building and/or problem-solving
  • Individualized instruction
  • Job shadow/Work experience
  • Social groups and/or professional/peer mentors
  • Structured Study Lounge
  • Training and strategy tutoring
 

 

Next Step Timeline

Date Event Where
October 9, 2017 2018-2019 Application Available  
Monday, January 15, 2018; 6-8 PM

Thursday, February 1, 2018; 6-8 PM

Wednesday, February 28, 2018; 6-8 PM
Open House/Information Night LCCC Schnecksville
Rothrock Library, Room 120