We are the Lansing Community College Chapter of the Michigan Association for Higher Education (LCC-MAHE). We are the largest local bargaining unit at LCC, affiliated with the Michigan Education Association and the National Education Association. We are dedicated educators and committed to our students and our college.
LCC-MAHE represents over 1200 faculty and educational professionals by negotiating fair wages, benefits and working conditions for our members – and we’ve done this proudly since 1968! In addition, we advocate for members when disputes arise between faculty and the administration. We are here for you!
MAHE members are keenly aware of the central role they play in the lives of our students and the central role LCC has in the cultural and economic health of this community. We are committed to making LCC a better place to teach and to learn.
Project Sew 2018 – Volunteers needed!
A Student Empowerment Week event (Project SEW) is returning this semester on Wednesday and Thursday nights, November 28 and 29, from 5-10 PM, in Gannon 2214. Volunteers are needed to help students with their projects, papers or other end-of-semester concerns.
Project SEW is a well-attended event that was started in Fall 2016 to help students be successful with their final semester projects. Faculty and staff from multiple disciplines worked in collaboration to provide students with this extra avenue of help, whether help was needed in math, science, psychology, writing, public speaking, technology, history, academic advising, research and citations, stress release tips, and more.
We are asking for volunteers in all disciplines to assist students during this time. We would need a minimum of 8-10 faculty members each night. Would you be available to commit to one of those two nights for at least two hours? By the way, DINNER will be provided for you! Please contact us if you are interesting and available to help.
Here is a flier to share with your students: Project Sew Draft Flier-2018
MAHE General Membership Meeting for Spring
Friday, January 4, 2019 Dart Auditorium 9:30-11:30 a.m.