The LCC Foundation supports employees across LCC campuses through the Employee Development Fund (EDF), a membership based group. EDF was established to bring together employees who care about their institution and choose to make an investment in its future.
EDF Mission Statement
The Employee Development Fund was created for employees, by employees, to provide opportunities, promote fellowship and fun, and enhance our everyday work life.
Membership is open to every College employee at a minimum of $26 per year. If you are not currently an EDF member, you may join by:
EDF supports Employees in the following ways:
- Monthly Activities
- Educational and Enrichment Opportunities
- Professional Development Grants
Annual Events and Activities:
- Fall Picnic
- Pizza Lunch
- Theater Events
- Flu Shot Clinic
- Ice Cream Social
- Plus many more events throughout the year
If you have any comments or suggestions, please call 517-483-1985.
We gratefully acknowledge the commitment of our employees to serving the educational needs of the community.
EDF Committee Members
- Bill Motz, Chairperson
- Dan McKean, Vice Chairperson
- Tim Baker
- Bill Ceasar
- Nikki Cogswell
- Angela Gregor
- Kelly Hekler
- Kateri Lehr
- Eva Menefee
- Robin Moore
- Lisa Pearce
- Cynthia Rooker
- Mark Stevens
- Amy Stoakes
Professional Development Grants
The Lansing Community College Foundation/Employee Development Fund offers educational improvement and professional development grants to current EDF members. The grants will be awarded twice per year: Spring and Fall.
The purpose of the grants:
- Stimulate faculty and staff involvement in new and/or innovative educational or service projects
- Increase or expand the employees professional development goals
- Provide funding for projects that benefit both Lansing Community College and the employee
Grants are limited to a maximum of $2,000 each. The total number of grants to be awarded will be determined by the Employee Development Fund based on available funds.
The SPRING GRANT application deadline is Friday, April 12, 2019 at 5PM.
For more information please contact the Foundation office at (517) 483-1985.