Alumni Updates

Giving to Humboldt

Alumni, parents and other friends of Humboldt have been generous in giving back to the university's academic departments.

Alumni tell us they appreciate the personal attention from faculty at Humboldt, the hands-on learning outside the classroom, and the strong feeling of community here. It's an experience that isn't matched at larger institutions. And it makes all the difference.

Your support helps ensure that today's students can also benefit from Humboldt's unique community and receive an education that will change their lives. Whether it is special learning opportunities like field trips or community service, access to new technology, labs or improved facilities, alumni gifts directly improve the student experience at Humboldt.

Thank you for considering a gift to the department. Together, we can help today's students achieve their dreams.

To learn more, visit the Giving to Humboldt website or contact Development & Alumni Relations at (707) 826-5101.

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CRGS Alumni Updates


Kamilah Barajas, 2015

Kamilah Barajas, 2015 Critical Race, Gender, and Ethnicity Studies, is on the steering committee for Next Generation Eureka, a nonprofit that works to make Eureka, Calif., a more attractive place for young adults. Barajas worked at North Star Quest Camp for girls following graduation and just recently started at North Coast Rape Crisis Team as a full-time Client Advocate. 

Cherrish Robinson, 2014

Cherrish Robinson, ’14 Critical Race, Gender & Sexuality Studies, is graduating this May from Michigan State University with a M.A. in Student Affairs Administration. Cherrish is currently looking for jobs. Robinson wishes to pursue a career in the education pipeline (both K-12 and Post-secondary education), specifically in the administrative or policy related capacity. Within higher education, Robinson is interested in the functional areas of multicultural student affairs, TRIO/EOP, student success and retention, transfer student services, and academic advising. Robinson is also searching in the non-profit realm with a focus on community capacity building, K-12 education reform, high education access and preparation, and diversity and inclusion training and education. 

Tamara Iraheta, 2015

Tamara Iraheta, 2015 Critical Race, Gender & Sexuality Studies, currently works as an Americorp member in the Louisiana Delta Service Corps based in New Orleans. Iraheta is a Community Engagement Coordinator at a non-profit organization call STAR (Sexual Trauma Awareness & Response). Ihareta’s position focuses on social change on issues that surround sexualized violence.