Admissions Advisors

Advisors to Guide You Through the College Admissions Process

Our Admissions Advisors look forward to helping you explore careers and discover what a Lakeshore Technical College experience could do for you. They’re ready to talk about your goals and work together with you to create an educational path that fits your needs. And when you’re ready to take your next step toward becoming an LTC student, they will help guide you through the college admissions process.

Get to know our Admissions Advisors below. Then contact any of them directly, or reach our team at:

admissions@gotoltc.edu
920.693.1162

 

Allison Driscoll

Alison Driscoll

920.693.1128
alison.driscoll@gotoltc.edu

Learn More About Alison

Most enjoyable aspect of Alison’s role:
I enjoy working with students who have a passion and excitement for their future career. Students know once they graduate from LTC, they will have the skills and knowledge to get a good job in their field. 

Alison’s educational path:
I attended UW-Oshkosh and earned a bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science and Health Promotion. While in college I found my passion for being involved on campus and was able to turn that into my career. I attended Western Illinois University for my master’s degree in College Student Personnel.

It’s important to work with an Admissions Advisor because:
We will help you complete all the steps needed to become a student at LTC within your chosen program. We know the admissions process can be overwhelming, so our goal is to make it as easy as possible.

Alison’s career path:
My career path has been through Residence Life. After grad school, I worked as a Residence Hall Director on college campuses for six years. This was a fantastic job that allowed me to work with students in many capacities. In 2017 I started at Lakeshore Technical College within the Youth Apprenticeship program and in 2020 added Admissions Advisor to my role.

Familiarity with the LTC district:
I’ve been living in Newton, which is between Cleveland and Manitowoc, since 2016. I attended Luxemburg-Casco High School which is not too far away.

Alison’s advice to prospective students:
Take the time to figure out what type of profession is going to make you happy and find the college that makes you feel at home – one of which you’ll be proud to be an alum.

Jackie Holly

Jackie Holly

920.693.1668
jackie.holly@gotoltc.edu

Learn More About Jackie

Most enjoyable aspect of Jackie’s role:
I enjoy helping students decide on future career paths. Whether it is helping you  explore careers, get started on a path, or even change careers, I enjoy working with you to figure out your best option. 

Jackie’s educational path:
I wanted to become a journalist ever since I was in high school. I attended UW-Madison with the intent of graduating with a degree in Journalism. It was not until I started writing for the college newspaper my sophomore year that I realized I didn’t enjoy the work as much as I thought I would. I also hated my first Journalism class. I changed my major and it wasn’t until I got involved in volunteering at a small non-profit that I discovered my passion for education. I am currently pursuing my master’s in Counseling at Lakeland University.

It’s important to work with an Admissions Advisor because:
We help you understand the items required for admission to the college, as well as the details about the programs and degrees we offer. You need to understand exactly what you are signing up for when you come to LTC. 

Jackie’s career path:
After graduating from college, I worked in hospitality. During that time, I volunteered at a small health education center focused on recruiting students to healthcare careers. Through that experience I got involved in student recruitment and realized I wanted to work in education. Since then, I’ve held positions within non-profits and Lakeshore Technical College. 

Familiarity with the LTC district:
I moved to the Manitowoc area in 2012. I grew up in a southern suburb of Milwaukee and attended UW-Madison.

Jackie’s advice to prospective students:
It’s really important to explore careers and gain some experience prior to making a decision on a career and college. Touring a lab on campus, job shadowing at a company, or speaking directly with an instructor can help you decide. A college has to “feel right” to you and one of the best ways is to step foot on campus, ask lots of questions, and envision yourself as a student.

Tanya Jaeger

Tanya Jaeger

920.693.1280
tanya.jaeger@gotoltc.edu

Learn More About Tanya

Most enjoyable aspect of Tanya’s role:
As an Admissions Advisor, I enjoy working with students to help them select a career path and put a plan together to become an LTC student. 

Tanya’s educational path:
I started my college educational path right out of high school and completed an associate degree from LTC. I also received my Career Development Facilitator Certification through UW-Parkside. I’m currently attending Franklin University where I am pursuing a bachelor’s degree in business administration.

It’s important to work with an Admissions Advisor because:
An Admissions Advisor is here to assist you with your educational goals. It may be scary to think about how you will pay for college, which program is right for you, and how you can fit college into your life. We are here to help you find the right career path, and get you started on the road to a great future.

Tanya’s career path:
I’ve been working in higher education for 20 years. I started at LTC while I was a college student, and after graduating, I continued working with students in different roles at the college within Student Services and the Admissions Office. I enjoy working with students and helping them put a career plan together.

Familiarity with the LTC district:
I grew up in Manitowoc County and graduated from Manitowoc Lutheran High School class of 1999. Go Lancers!

Tanya’s advice to prospective students:
LTC staff and faculty care about YOU! We are here to help you be successful! Take a drive to Cleveland and check out our beautiful campus. Discover all the student resources we offer. Come take a tour and see for yourself that LTC is your #1 choice.

 

Brittany Jurek

Brittany Jurek

920.693.1117
brittany.jurek@gotoltc.edu

Learn More About Brittany

Most enjoyable aspect of Brittany’s role:
I enjoy helping people through the process. Going to college can be scary for anyone, but I want to make sure that they feel the least amount of stress as possible and that they enjoy the process. 

Brittany’s educational path:
I went to Lakeland University from 2010-2014. I graduated with a degree in sociology and a minor in psychology. 

It’s important to work with an Admissions Advisor because:
We get to help you become excited about your own future! We get to help you see the opportunities LTC offers and where they could land you. 

Brittany’s career path:
After college, I got into coaching. I played softball and tennis at Lakeland and after I graduated, I was not sure what I wanted to do, so I applied for some assistant coaching positions. I landed an assistant softball coaching position at the University of North Western Ohio where recruiting and relationship building were a huge part of my job. I stayed there for three years, then took a head coaching position at Northland College in Ashland, Wisconsin. A year later a position opened at Lakeland for the assistant softball coach, so I decided to go back to my alma mater knowing that I loved the school and the area. While at Lakeland, I was also the head women’s tennis coach. 

Familiarity with the LTC district:
I live in Howards Grove. I bought a house in 2020 but have lived in this area since 2017. I am originally from the Upper Peninsula of Michigan.

Brittany’s advice to prospective students:
Pick a place/career that makes you excited to show up. And, it’s ok to ask questions!

Choua Lee

Choua Lee

920.693.1166
choua.lee@gotoltc.edu

Learn More About Choua

Most enjoyable aspect of Choua’s role:
I love the constant human interaction and the satisfaction that comes from helping students solve problems. I am here as a resource for you as you explore your educational options and potential career paths. I can help you navigate the college admission process and provide information about our student success resources. 

Choua’s educational path:
I graduated from UW-Oshkosh with a bachelor’s in Social Work and received my Career Development Facilitating certificate through UW-Madison.  I am certified as a Global Career Development Facilitator (GCDF).  

It’s important to work with an Admissions Advisor because:
We are here to assist you with your educational goals. It may be scary to think about money for college, what programs are available, and how can you fit this into your life while working, but we are here for you. We will help you with your career path and get you started on the road to a great future.

Choua’s career path:
I learned that some of the joys and privileges of working in higher education are the expansive opportunities for professional, academic, and personal growth. Higher education is my passion! Prior to my higher education career, I worked in public health as a translator for the Hmong community. I also worked as a Youth Social Worker for Outagamie County Department of Youth.

Familiarity with the LTC district:
I am originally from Thailand though have spent most of my life living in Sheboygan and Appleton. I graduated from Appleton West High School and have live in Sheboygan since 2009. I have been working for several years with students from area high schools regarding career exploration, campus visits, presentation, and events.  

In addition to English, Choua also speaks: 
Hmong.  

Choua’s advice to prospective students:
Be honest and look at every aspect of what a college offers and determine if you can see yourself fitting into that space. This process can be overwhelming but remember -- Admissions Advisor are here to help you step-by-step.  

Esther Nyemba

Esther Nyemba

920.693.1114
esther.nyemba@gotoltc.edu

Learn More About Esther

 

High School Contacts

High School Guidance Counselors:

Contact us about students interested in programs, Accuplacer or ACT requirements, classroom presentations, and upcoming student events or tour opportunities. Our Admissions Advisors are here to help your students transition to becoming LTC students.

High School Students:

Our Admissions Advisors make regular visits to your high school. Please check with your school counseling office for information or to schedule a meeting with an LTC High School Admissions Advisor.


Tanya Jaeger

Tanya Jaeger

Admissions Advisor
920.693.1280
tanya.jaeger@gotoltc.edu
  • Mishicot
  • Reedsville
  • Two Rivers
  • Homeschool
Jackie Holly

Jackie Holly

Admissions Advisor
920.693.1668
jackie.holly@gotoltc.edu
  • Manitowoc Lincoln
  • Roncalli
  • Valders
  • McKinley Academy
  • New Holstein
  • Chilton
  • Princeton
Choua Lee

Choua Lee

Admissions Advisor
920.693.1166
choua.lee@gotoltc.edu
  • Kohler
  • Manitowoc Lutheran
  • Sheboygan South
Alison Driscoll

Alison Driscoll

Admissions Advisor
920.693.1128
alison.driscoll@gotoltc.edu
  • Elkhart Lake
  • Kiel
  • Sheboygan Christian
  • Sheboygan Lutheran
  • Denmark
  • Kewaunee
Brittany Jurek

Brittany Jurek

Admissions Advisor
920.693.1117
brittany.jurek@gotoltc.edu
  • Sheboygan North
  • Etude
  • Warriner
  • Sheboygan Central
  • Howards Grove
  • Random Lake
Esther Nyemba

Esther Nyemba

Admissions Advisor
920.693.1128
esther.nyemba@gotoltc.edu
  • Plymouth
  • Oostburg
  • Cedar Grove-Belgium
  • Sheboygan Falls
  • Change Academy
Advisors Team

Please contact the Admissions Advisors office at admissions@gotoltc.edu or 920.693.1162.

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