Meet the Career Services Team
Allyson works with both NWTC students in the Trades & Engineering programs as well as high school students taking advanced manufacturing, dual-credit courses. Allyson works with area employers to best align student career options to employer needs. In some cases, the employer helps provide a portion of tuition assistance and/or employ the student while attaining a degree. "Earn & Learn" simply means the student attends classes (perhaps tuition or books paid for) and is employed with a company who supports their school schedule.
Amy has a strong passion for higher education, as she has worked at NWTC in two different capacities throughout her career: GED/Career Pathways instructor and now a Career Advisor. Her whole philosophy in life is to help others help themselves, whether it’s to teach students to become problem solvers, critical thinkers, and lifelong learners, or assist students and community members to find their true passion and purpose to reach their professional goals. Amy thrives on helping others and giving them the tools that they need to be successful, and every day she is grateful that she gets to touch the lives of so many for the better. Amy holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Elementary Education from Northern Michigan University.
Christine is certified and trained to facilitate career development with individuals by helping them learn about themselves, learn about jobs, make career choices and plans, and then carry out those plans. She helps enhance the employability skills of individuals through resume creation, interviewing skill development, and by creating a personal brand. Christine also has experience working with Nonprofit Organizations, Event Planning, Coaching, Organizational Development, and Volunteer Management. A strong community and social services professional, Christine holds a Bachelors’ Degree focused in Management/Communication from Concordia University-Wisconsin.
Cliff has a background in education having taught middle school and high school mathematics for 15 years. His passion lies in serving others and enjoys assisting students, alumni, and community members on their journey of life. Cliff strives to serve the staff of Career Services and NWTC through creativity, innovation, passion, and of course, fun!
"Kindness isn't a series of gestures - it's a lifestyle. Kindness can't be random - it has to be intentional. Kindness doesn't require much - yet it can change everything."
Genna has a strong desire to help others. She has found her passion working for NWTC, helping current students, alumni and community members navigate their professional and educational goals. Genna holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Communication and Conflict Resolution from University of Wisconsin Green-Bay and recently obtained a certificate in Human Resource Compliance from NWTC.
Jennifer has years of experience providing career coaching and career-related services to a wide array of individuals—from those who were laid off, to the underemployed, to those just starting their career journey, and beyond. Jennifer holds a Master’s Degree in Social Work and has worked with many social programs helping families and individuals work towards self-sufficiency. Higher education, career planning and job searching were always pivotal to her work as a social worker. Additionally, one of Jennifer’s internships in college was at UW-Green Bay’s Career Center providing job search assistance and services to students; funny how things come full circle in one’s career journey. She finds leading the Career Services team at the college fun and inspiring. Serving customers – students, alumni and the general community – in an equitable manner, is her passion and she can’t wait to meet you.
Michelle comes to Career Services with a passion to help others achieve their goals and guiding them to overcome any barriers that may hinder their success. Michelle has a lengthy background in event management where she works as the conference coordinator for a National Tribal Association as well as an extensive background working for the Oneida Nation. She is in her final year of the Event Management Program at NWTC with a goal of pursuing her “encore career” in event management after graduation.
As a current Master of Arts in Counseling student, Kelsey’s passion is encouraging and helping others discover their potential. She has spent her previous years interning in CPS and youth justice, graduating with a bachelor’s degree in social work, working as an employment consultant, and working with middle school students. After graduation, Kelsey hopes to become a counselor in education, either K-12 or higher education.
As a Marketing Assistant, I like showcasing what Career Services provides to the community and letting people know about who they are and what they do by promoting its services on social media.
Saul is a very passionate person, dedicated and committed to his dreams and education; he is currently enrolled in the Design & Graphic Technologies associate degree program. He is looking to graduate and become a professional Graphic Designer in addition to studying and pursuing careers as a sports and language teacher. He sees himself working in his second home (Green Bay), returning to his hometown (Aguascalientes City, Mexico), and founding a school/academy of Graphic Design, sports, and English.