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Chester Jenke

Chester Jenke is the Central Texas Technology Center Manager and oversees the center’s operation that includes credit courses, continuing education courses, and other programming at the center. The overall goal of the center is to make quality educational programs available for local students in the New Braunfels and Seguin area. Mr. Jenke serves as the community liaison between Alamo Colleges and the various business and governmental agencies from the local area. He is also the liaison between the center and the Central Texas Technology Center Advisory Board.  Chester obtained his bachelor’s degree from Wayland Baptist University, his master’s degree from Tourou University, and is currently enrolled as doctoral student at Texas Tech University – studying Community College Leadership. He has been employed by Alamo Colleges for three years. 

Every student should be afforded the opportunity to attain an education. Educational attainment is offered through an associate degree, technical education, continuing education, or workforce development skills; regardless of which pathway is selected, each of these students is an important part of our center.  

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Janice Roth

Janice Roth has a love for education and her students.  Ms. Roth provides assistance with admissions, residency, testing, financial aid, online Texas college application, course enrollment, personal and academic counseling, student life activities, transfer process, graduation and veteran’s issues.  She has been with Alamo Colleges since 2006  Ms. Roth received her Bachelors of Social Work from Texas State University and her Masters of Social Work from Our Lady of the Lake University.  She is also a Certified Anger Resolution Therapist and a Licensed Administrator for Adolescent Residential Treatment Facilities.    

Helping others achieve their educational goals is an opportunity of a lifetime.  Watching our students grow and the change that takes place is one of the most rewarding experiences I’ve ever had.    

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Patty Hall

Patricia (Patty) Hall is the Senior Secretary for the Central Texas Technology Center in New Braunfels.  She provides administrative and clerical support to the staff, faculty, and students.  She also answers questions concerning admissions, schedules, testing, and most importantly for the “first time in college” students,  “What is my first step to get into college?”  Her office is in the Welcome Center and she does greet everyone with “Hello!  How may I help you?”  Mrs. Hall is a 2012 graduate from Northeast Texas Community College and is continuing her education through San Antonio College’s online classes. 

“While I enjoy helping all of the students, I feel that the older students, the ones who have been out of high school for a while, sometimes need a little more attention.  They really feel intimidated about going back to school.  Whenever I feel their hesitation, I tell them, “You can do it!  I just did and still am!” 

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Russell Breshears

Russell Breshears is a Technical Trainer at the CTTC. He instructs and supports students of the Advanced Manufacturing Academy. He is responsible for instruction, maintaining the lab, and serving as a liaison to the area ISDs for the manufacturing academy.  He will also be working with our industry partners.  He has just recently joined the staff and is looking forward to being a part of the CTTC community.  He holds a degree from Southwest Texas State University.  Russell comes to us after 30 years of public school experience.

“I enjoy working with students that are enthusiastically capitalizing on an opportunity to receive training that they can use to gain immediate entrance into the manufacturing industry” 

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Connie Cox

Connie Cox is the Coordinator of the St. Philip's College Vocational Nursing Program taught at CTTC in New Braunfels. Mrs. Cox is also a full time instructor in the nursing program where she teaches lecture, lab and clinical courses. Mrs. Cox, a graduate of the University of Texas Health Science Center School of Nursing in San Antonio, has been with Alamo Colleges for 18 years.

“We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, therefore, is not an act, but a habit.”  Aristotle

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Sandra Lepek

Sandra (Sandy) Lepek is the clerk for the LVN program offered at CTTC through St. Philips College. Sandy provides information about the program to prospective students and provides clerical support for the program. 

She has been with the Alamo Colleges since 2012.