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 2018-2019 Ambassadors

Ashley Bean

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Hometown: 
Crawford, NE

Program of Study:
My current program of study is Health Sciences - Dental Hygiene.

Why I chose to come to LCCC:
I chose LCCC because when I took my campus visit, I felt at home and could see myself attending LCCC. I also became very interested in LCCC because Dental Hygiene has an amazing program and clinic on site!!

Favorite thing about LCCC:
My favorite thing about LCCC is being able to be a student ambassador! When I received this position I made so many friends. Having this position also has helped me be more involved on campus!!

Advice on how to get involved:
I would highly recommend living on campus! When living in the residence halls, you meet so many people.

Favorite coffee order:
My current coffee order is an iced vanilla and caramel latte.

Luci Cawley

 

Hometown: 
Stafford, VA, but I have lived in many other places.

Program of Study:
Engineering, but I will transfer to pursue a B.S. in Civil Engineering.

Why I chose to come to LCCC:
I chose LCCC because I love the school and the opportunities that I have here on the Cheyenne campus. Being here on campus is a fun experience, and I really enjoy sharing this great experience with others.

Favorite thing about LCCC:
The students and staff are wonderful to work with. I really love the new perspectives and experiences that I can enjoy at LCCC!

Advice on how to get involved:
Be approachable and open to new perspectives. Meeting new people is the gateway to a wonderful college life!

Favorite coffee order:
I am not a fan of coffee or tea, but swing by McDonalds and get me a Diet Coke, I’ll be good.

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Kalei Childers

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Hometown:
Cheyenne, WY

Program of Study:
Criminal Justice

Why I choose to come to LCCC: It’s super close to home, and it’s a super good atmosphere to be around! Also, the price of everything totally helped.

Favorite thing about LCCC: The atmosphere is honestly really good, and I love the people.

Advice on how to get involved: Go to all of the activities that there are. And, something that helped me out is getting a job here and getting around more people!

Favorite Coffee Order: Right now it’s an iced caramel macchiato!

Haley Deshaney

Hometown: 
Cheyenne, WY

Program of Study:
I’m currently in the Elementary Education Program!

Why I chose to come to LCCC:
 I chose LCCC because of its unique and diverse community, affordability and welcoming community. Overall, LCCC brings many benefits as well as opportunities and was the right choice for me.

Favorite thing about LCCC:
My favorite thing about LCCC is the events and activities put on by the school in hopes to get students involved. I also enjoy one on one time with professors, as it builds more personal relationships. 

Advice on how to get involved:
There are so many ways to get involved on campus, and there is always something going on. Look for posters hung up around campus, join a club, live in the Residence Halls, or even find a job on campus! College is all about opening up and branching out, you just need to go for it.

Favorite coffee order:
I’m a coffee snob and usually always have something in my hand, but my favorite as of now is definitely a Vanilla Chai.

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Lizzy Lofink

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Hometown:
Thermopolis, WY

Program of Study:
I am currently in the Elementary Education program.

Why I chose to come to LCCC:
I chose LCCC because I am from a smaller community, and I wanted a college that would be similar but also different. Coming from a graduating class of 40, I knew I couldn’t do a university quite yet, so I made the choice to come here. LCCC met all my expectations when I enrolled, and now it has exceeded all of them. Overall, this school has already brought great opportunities to me, and I know that they are just beginning.

Favorite thing about LCCC:
My favorite thing is that the professors try to build a relationship with you by learning more about you, even if it is just learning your name. I know I feel more welcomed in the class when the teacher actually knows who I am. By the professors doing this, it makes you want to succeed in every class.

Advice on how to get involved:
There are so many ways to get involved on campus, just look around. All over the hallways, walls and dorms there are posters hanging up with things to do on campus. Getting involved helps you build relationships with people around campus, which will help you later on.

Favorite coffee order:
My recent addiction has been an iced cinnamon almond milk macchiato with extra caramel. If you haven’t tried it, make sure you do because it will change your life forever. 

Jessica Miller

Hometown: 
Eaton, CO

Program of Study:
Radiography

Why I chose to come to LCCC:
I chose LCCC because of how close it was to home, but it’s also far enough away from home.  It has the program of study I want to do, and there are plenty of great opportunities the campus offers.

Favorite thing about LCCC:
It’s a small college that has a lot to offer. 

Advice on how to get involved:
Living on campus is a great way to be involved. All around campus there are plenty of events going on where you can meet new people.

Favorite coffee order:
Iced chai latte with or without a shot of espresso and a vanilla bean frappuccino.

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Ingrid Taylor

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Hometown:
I was born in Missoula, MT, but I have lived in Cheyenne, WY, for 8 years.

Program of Study:
Vocal Performance (Music)

Why I chose to come to LCCC: I chose to come to LCCC because when I graduated high school I had no idea what I wanted to study. LCCC was a great way to start my college career while figuring out what field of study I wanted to pursue.

Favorite thing about LCCC: I love how small the classes are! I also enjoy the fact that it is super easy to get connected and make new friends everywhere on campus! Being a Student Ambassador also helped me meet people quickly!

Advice on how to get involved: I think that the key to getting involved is to look for different club, organizations or activities that LCCC might offer. Also, stepping out of your comfort zone and joining something you might never think to join.

Favorite coffee order: I LOVE coffee!!! I LOVE iced caramel macchiato!!

Bradley Zimmerman

Hometown:
I was born in Cheyenne but live in Hillsdale, WY.

Program of Study:
Engineering

Why I chose to come to LCCC: Honestly, LCCC was a lot closer to home, and I wouldn’t have to pay as much money as opposed to moving to Laramie and having to start over. Plus my sister came here, and she really enjoyed it. So I made an educated decision and came here.

Favorite thing about LCCC: Definitely the smaller classes. In high school, I relied on the student-teacher interaction to help me understand key concepts that I would struggle with. LCCC gives me more opportunities to converse with my instructors during class time to gain a better understanding of the material being presented.

Advice on how to get involved: I think the biggest way to get involved is to simply explore the campus and see what every area has to offer. And if that doesn’t work, talk to someone working on campus or even figure out when clubs are meeting to get the full experience.

Favorite coffee order: Coffee is not my favorite thing to drink and neither is tea, but anything else is fine.

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