Alumni Relations

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Welcome CSUSB Alumni!

Today’s Cal State San Bernardino alumni community includes more than 100,000 graduates—a number that is growing by 4,000 annually! You’re in all 50 states and in more than 43 countries, making your mark in meaningful ways.

Each of you is an important part of the 52-year-old educational heritage of Cal State San Bernardino and we want to strengthen that heritage by celebrating you and your accomplishments. If you are not receiving our newsletters, event information or magazine, please update your contact information and to let us know what’s happening in your life

Whether you’re here to look for events in your area, join an alumni chapter, plan a meetup for alumni in your area, or learn ways to boost your career, we invite you to look around and see how easy it is to find the information that matters to you.

Please feel free to contact us with information, ideas, questions, or just to catch up on what’s happening.  

With Coyote Pride,

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Jeff '05 & Bria '12 Lehmkuhl

Bria and Jeff were recently married and relocated to Aledo, TX.

Tory Sims '16

Currently, Tory is an English Language Fellow with the U.S. Department of State. He is posted in Phuthaditjhaba, South Africa where he lectures on English Language Teaching Methodology at The University of Free-State, Qwaqwa campus and hopes to make a difference in the community through community projects as well as training teachers in the latest ESL practices.

Example project:

Background- Phuthaditjhaba is a rural township about 3 hours’ drive outside of Johannesburg in the Free-State of South Africa. The majority of the children in the region do not speak English inside of the home and unless enrolled in private school, aren’t really exposed to English on a regular basis outside of the home either. Seeing as how most parents cannot afford to send their young children to private schools where the LOLT (Language of Learning and Teaching) is English and strictly enforced, most township children don’t start speaking English until much past the optimal age for 2nd language acquisition.

Juan Herrera '14

Juan recently relocated to Sacramento to work for the CSU Chancellor's Office as the new Manager for Campus Relations. He will act as the liaison with all 23 CSU campuses, develop advocacy communications strategies that support the CSU, and provide day-to-day management and support for Chancellor's Office and the campus based advocacy teams.