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Meet our Coyote Ambassadors

Andrea Villalobos

Andrea Villalobos

Pronouns: she/her/hers
Class Level: Junior
Major: Pre-Nursing
Hometown: Pomona, CA
Fun Fact: I love meeting new people, trying new things,  going on adventures, and spending time with my loved ones! 

What advise would you give your high school self?
Say yes to more things and don’t be afraid to make mistakes!! Nobody’s perfect and it’s better to learn than to never experience it.

Camille Rhyne

Camille Rhyne

Pronouns: she/her/hers
Class Level: Senior
Major: Psychology
Hometown: Rialto, CA
Fun Fact: Loves scary movies, and her favorite season is Fall

What advise would you give your high school self?
Get out of your comfort zone! Try things you're interested in, try everything and that way you will find yourself and some great friends. So don't be afraid to put yourself out there. 

Jason Davila

Jason Davila

Pronouns: he/him/his
Class Level: Sophomore
Major: Theater Arts
Hometown: San Bernardino, CA
Fun Fact: Jason is a writer, music producer and loves speech and debate

What advise would you give your high school self?
Don't believe that you need to find all of the answers today. They'll eventually blossom and present themselves to you.

Jose Loeza

Jose Loeza

Pronouns: he/him/his
Class Level: Senior
Major: Business Administration, Concentration in Public Administration
Hometown: Riverside, CA
Fun Fact: I love to bodyboard down at Salt Creek Beach in Dana Point, CA.

What advise would you give your high school self?
Don't stress about things too much, everyone's figuring things out as they go along, and don't be afraid to open up and get involved.

Paola Moreno

Paola Moreno

Pronouns: she/her/hers
Class Level: Sophomore
Major: Business Administration, Concentration in Marketing
Hometown: Rancho Cucamonga, CA
Fun Fact: I love to travel; I have been to more countries than have visited states in the US and I love animals.

What advise would you give your high school self?
Advice I would give my high school self is to not be afraid to get involved.

Coyote Ambassador Alumni

Our Coyote Ambassadors (CA's) are a fantastic group of student leaders and we are really proud of the work they do for our Campus Tours and Visitor Center! Year after year our Coyote Ambassadors transform the visitor experience at CSUSB, and although we are sad everytime our CAs leave we are genuinely proud of each and every one of them. Check out our past Coyote Ambassadors and what they are up to now!

Class of 2022
Jackie's Last Tour
Jackie's Last Tour - May 13, 2022

Jacquelyn Guillen

Earned Degree: Bachelor of Arts in Sociology

What will you miss about being a Coyote Ambassador?
​​​​​​"​What I will miss most about being a Coyote Ambassador is all the new people you come across while giving a tour. It was fun to give tours when you had an engaging crowd. Due to the fact that not only do you learn new stuff about different people they also can teach you something about yourself!"

What advice do you have for future Coyote Ambassadors?
“Some advice I have for the future Coyote Ambassadors is to not be afraid to push yourself out of your comfort zone. You will never know what is to come if you allow yourself to stay within your comfort zone.”

What are you doing after graduation?
“Ever since graduating, I plan on finding jobs in which I can work very closely with the youth. I have always had a passion for helping the younger generation who lack resources and helping them see there is a brighter future ahead for them.”

 

 

Becky's Last Tour
Becky's Last Tour - May 11, 2022

Becky Torres

Earned Degree: Bachelor of Science in Health Services Administration

What will you miss about being a Coyote Ambassador?
"​As a Coyote Ambassador, I am going to miss connecting with students and inspiring them to continue their higher education.”

What advice do you have for future Coyote Ambassadors?
“My advice for future Coyote Ambassador is to take every opportunity to grow in your position.”

What are you doing after graduation?
“After graduation, I became employed at a private university and looking to grow into a coordinator position!”

 

 

 

 

Dylan's Last Tour
Dylan's Last Tour - May 12, 2022

Dylan Low

Earned Degree: Bachelor of Arts in Sociology

What will you miss about being a Coyote Ambassador?
"​What I will miss the most about being a Coyote Ambassador is, the opportunities I had to meet and form connections with many prospective students as well as meeting some amazing teachers on my group tours. I will definitely miss showing them around the school when they return for future visits.”

What advice do you have for future Coyote Ambassadors?
“My advice for future Coyote Ambassadors is, some of the stuff gets repetitive so try not to lose your energy explaining to new sets of people. My other piece of advice is 'own the show,' and tell your group about yourself. I once learned from a former professor of mine that when you tell your students about who you are talk about who you are outside of school and work and your interests you open a window as a way to connect with your group/students. They will remember that. As I told Jason to be the queen!”

What are you doing after graduation?
“As for after graduation, I plan to still be serving our incoming students by being either an academic advisor or an admissions counselor at the university level.”