Southeastern Economic and Education Leadership Consortium (SEELC) Grant

Six community and state colleges located in the southeastern section of the United States have formed a unique and lasting partnership in order to improve education and training opportunities for TAA-eligible workers, veterans and long-term unemployed adults, but more lastingly, facilitate a permanent change in approach to serving employers, workers and the community at-large. The Southeastern Economic and Education Leadership Consortium (SEELC) will utilize the TAACCCT program as a means of systems change, whereby community colleges in a variety of diverse economic and demographic settings can serve as leaders in integrating regional economic and workforce development to improve the skills and employment of individuals, and in turn, foster a business growth climate that offers more opportunities for all members of the community. 

 The following Programs of Study and Credentials are included in the SEELC Grant.



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