This position reports to the Director of K-12 Operations and serves as a subject matter expert managing and coordinating the secondary to postsecondary scholarship (HOPE, Lansing Promise, Mason Promise, and Holt Promise) programming. The position plans and participates in the various transition activities for scholarship students enrolling at Lansing Community College and serves as the liaison to students, families and the community stakeholders.
Coordinates the awarding of the scholarships to the scholarship recipients during their time at LCC. Works collaboratively with these scholarship organizations to ensure students are within their credit hours of the scholarship. Works one-on-one with students who are at-risk academically and connects them with LCC student services and resources including Academic Success Coaches.
Additionally, the coordinator serves as a member of the institutional scholarship team, facilitating the meetings and the work of the team, as well as overseeing the awarding of the Star and Board of Trustees institutional scholarships.
The position oversees the High School Advantage program and monitors program effectiveness. Assists the Director of K-12 Operations in awarding college credit for other postsecondary enrollment options (CTE Credit-By-Exam, CTE Direct Credit, etc) as needed.
Regular on campus presence is expected for all LCC employment. Any flexible work schedules and/or hybrid work schedules approved by the College are subject to change based on the needs of the LCC community.
Bachelor’s Degree in Education, Resource Management, Social Work, Business or equivalent combination of education and experience in a related field.
Significant experience providing support to students, developing business, community and K-12 partnerships and event organization and planning or similar responsible activities.
Experience gathering data and creating reports, working with advanced computer software, creating written materials, and working with the public.
Experience with computer software used at the College (windows, word processing, spreadsheets, databases, room scheduler, student system, web software, flowcharting software).
Must be able to travel for work and possess a valid driver’s license.
Lansing Community College is an equal opportunity, educational institution/employer.
Lansing Community College (LCC) is one of the largest community colleges in Michigan, serving more than 23,000 students each year. It offers more than 200 associate degree and certificate programs in addition to career and workforce development and personal enrichment options. LCC was founded in 1957 and is consistently named one of Michigan’s best community colleges, and students enjoy unsurpassed instruction, beautiful facilities, cutting-edge technology and comprehensive support services.