Meet Our Ambassadors

Student Ambassadors work in the Admissions Office giving campus tours, assisting with recruiting, speaking at orientation and helping LCCC students, prospective students, families and the community! Student Ambassadors are the face of LCCC and help to portray the College in a positive light to the community by being friendly, knowledgeable and helpful.

Student Ambassadors gain valuable work experience and are also members of the Student Leadership Institute, exposing them to professional development training and leadership experience that can set them up for future success! Ambassadors come from all walks of life, but all have one thing in common: the desire to make a difference in the lives of other LCCC students.

Ambassadors are here to help make your experience at LCCC a great one!

 

Our 2017-2018 Ambassadors

Reyna Hanney

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Hometown: 

Layton, UT

Program of Study:
As of right now my major at LCCC is Anthropology and I plan to transfer to CSU for Pathology and ultimately work on a body farm or as a coroner.

Why I chose to come to LCCC:
I chose LCCC because of all of the great benefits and opportunities to explore. It's close to home, and even just a great starting place to go on to bigger and better things.

Favorite thing about LCCC:
How close we are as a school and how connected we are to our community. We are constantly willing to jump in and help no matter the situation. I also love our wide range of accommodations we have on campus and even just the support systems all the way from tutoring, counseling, and disability support and so much more!

Advice on how to get involved:
Look for any opportunity and if it strikes even just the smallest amount of interest, go with it! When I found out about the Student Ambassador position I was super stoked because I was excited to start college and make something out of myself and to help others do the same. There are also a ton of clubs on campus as well, I'm also involved in SAFE (Student Alliance For Equality) which is super fun!

Favorite coffee order:
Something with caramel in it. I'm obsessed with the hot salted caramel white mocha from Starbucks!

Leslie Kamtz

Hometown:
Briggsdale, CO

Program of Study:
Agriculture - Animal Science Concentration

Why I chose to come to LCCC:
Knowing that I can better myself by furthering my education.

Favorite thing about LCCC:
The friendly staff and perfectly-sized campus.

Advice on how to get involved:
Live in the residence halls! There is always something going on around campus, you just have to go for it.

Favorite coffee order:
"Spanish Rose" (Mexi mocha, white chocolate, and raspberry).

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Darci Tamlin

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Hometown:
Wheatland, WY

Program of Study:
Health Sciences, and I am wanting to do Diagnostic Medical Sonography

Why I chose to come to LCCC:
It's close to home and has the program I am wanting to apply for. It offers divers program opportunities, small community-mindedness, welcoming environment, and people who want you to succeed.

Favorite thing about LCCC:
It's a small college where you have a lot of one-on-one time with professors.

Advice on how to get involved:
Watch for signs around the school, and ask questions about how to get involved with your interests!

Favorite coffee order:
Hot dirty chai

Casara Tate

Hometown:
Cheyenne, WY

Program of Study:
I'm a psychology major but I've also considered being a science major or something in liberal arts - there are just so many cool majors here, I want to do them all!

Why I chose to come to LCCC:
I chose LCCC because it has a nice and friendly community. It's always expanding and improving for the good of its students.

Favorite thing about LCCC:
My favorite thing about LCCC is all the fun activities that we have over the semesters, and all the opportunities you get here.

Advice on how to get involved:
The best way to get involved is to stop by the SLICE office in the CCC; they always have something going on and could always use help.

Favorite coffee order:
When school gets really busy, I like to order a grande soy mocha frappe with no whip from the coffee shop because it's a nice reward when doing homework.

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Naomi Wood

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Hometown: 
Durango, CO

Program of Study:
I am currently in LCCC's stellar Equine Science program!

Why I chose to come to LCCC:
I chose to come to college at LCCC based on the school's inviting community, exceptional agriculture department, and surprising affordability.

Favorite thing about LCCC:
My favorite thing about LCCC is the environment and community of the school. I moved 8 hours away from home to continue my education in a place where I didn't know a single person's name. I was overwhelmingly welcomed into the LCCC community by my peers, professors, and LCCC staff.

Advice on how to get involved:
My advice about getting involved would be to talk to people and don't be afraid to try new things. College is all about stepping out of your comfort zone and finding out who you are. LCCC has something for everyone whether it may be a class, on-campus job, sport, or club. You just have to decide what you might be interested in and give it a shot.

Favorite coffee order:
My favorite coffee order would definitely have to be a chai tea latte