NeuroSpring Scholars

Meet Joseph Ballesteros and Josephine Borsetto, our first NeuroSpring Scholars!

The NeuroSpring Scholars program provides college scholarships to promising interns interested in furthering their science, technology, engineering, or mathematics (STEM) education.

With your support, Joseph and Josephine will be joined by many new NeuroSpring Scholars in the future.

Joseph Ballesteros
Class of 2024

University of California - Berkeley

Joseph Ballesteros

"I plan on attending a university after I graduate. I would love to study the biological and chemical sciences and would undoubtedly continue my aspirations in research using the scientific method."

Josephine Borsetto
Class of 2026

University of California - Los Angeles

Josephine Borsetto

"I have always loved science and research. I hope to pursue them and attend university, studying either biomedical, biochemical, or biological science."

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