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Peer Coaches

At Mountwest, our peer coaches act as a liaison between new students and the institution. They are the friendly faces that help guide new students through the enrollment process from initial point of inquiry until registration.

Student Success Peer Coaches provide support for students, faculty and staff. They are a vital part of Mountwest’s three-tier model for student success—assisting faculty and counselors in COL 101 classes. Peer coaches also serve as recruitment representatives, or ambassadors, for the entire college, promoting our more than 50 programs and various support services.

Peer coaches assist with recruitment, high school visits, campus tours, commencement activities, special events, community service and speaking engagements and serve as role models and mentors to all students.

To apply to become a peer coach, visit our Job Postings page.

Meet the Peer Coaches

Jenny Hopkins,
General Transfer Studies – Elementary Education Program
American Sign Language
Bobbi Mullett,
Medical Assistant Program
Liz Ooten,
Paralegal Studies

Tahanna Pierce,
Hospitality Management                                                                                                            Accounting

Brennan Rinehart,
General Transfer Studies – Behavioral Science Program

Kacie Stacy,
Paralegal Studies
 Alex Moore,
General Transfer Studies – Elementary Education Program
 Ashley Lewis,
Massage Therapy

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