Success, Engagement, Education, Determination [SEED] Program

Deadline for SEED Application March 4, 2022 for AY 2022-2023

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.
 

Learn more about SEED from PBS 39 Video.

 

Additional information regarding the program :

 
AACHIEVE Track Academic Track Career Track
Cross Institutional Studies (XISC)
Cost = $3000/semester + tuition
 
Cost = $4500/semester + tuition Cost = $5200/semester + tuition *
~ 5 contact hrs/week ~ 11 contact hrs/week ~ 18 contact hrs/week
  • Assistance with classroom concerns, when requested
  • Campus & community training, as needed
  • Collaboratively work with career development for employment skills (resume writing, interviewing, career etiquette, internship placement, etc.)
  • Faculty Troubleshooting, when requested
  • Weekly Coaching, as needed
  • Individual meetings for skill building and/or problem-solving, as needed
  • Internship coaching
  • Social groups and/or mentors
  • Structured study lounge
  • Training and strategy tutoring, as needed
  • Assistance with classroom concerns
  • Collaboratively work with career development for employment skills (resume writing, interviewing, career etiquette, internship placement, etc.)
  • Connect with faculty
  • Daily/weekly coaching (required)
  • Individual meetings for skill building, problem-solving, and/or instruction
  • Internship Coaching
  • Job shadow/Work experience
  • Social groups and/or professional/peer mentors (required)
  • Structured Study Lounge (required)
  • Training and study strategy tutoring
  • Access to credit/noncredit courses toward vocational training (20 hours/week min. programming)
  • Vocationally Focused Curriculum
  • Job shadow/Work experience
  • Full peer integration
  • Required pre-employment skills classes
  • Daily/weekly coaching (required)
  • Individual meetings for skill building and/or problem-solving
  • Individualized instruction
  • Social groups and/or professional/peer mentors
  • Structured Study Lounge
  • Training and study strategy tutoring
  *Tuition costs for Career Track will be based on the following semester credits for XISC

 

Next Step Timeline

Date Event Where
October 31, 2022 2023-2024 Application Available SEED Website
Thursday, November 10, 2022 – 7 p.m – Main Campus Community Services Center room 201    
Monday, December 12, 2022 – 7 p.m VIRTUAL – Virtual link to be provided to participants that sign up Open House/Information Night Registration: TBA
Wednesday, January 18, 2023 – 7 p.m. – Main Campus Community Services A Room 201    
Contact SEED
Call/Fax