This past spring, Collabera took the pledge to help future STEM leaders of tomorrow kick-off their career through the 2017 Collabera STEM Scholarship. After receiving an abundance of applications, we are excited to announce that we had THREE winners:
Alison Fong for the New York/New Jersey region.
Alison Fong plans to pursue an undergraduate degree in biomedical engineering at Northeastern University. As a biomedical engineer, she hopes to work for a biotech company where she can synthesize new drugs and/or drug delivery systems. She is passionate about making a positive impact and helping to change the lives of those with physical ailments.
Benjamin Fornia for the Redmond/Seattle region
Benjamin Fornia is a graduating high school senior who plans to pursue an undergraduate degree in Computer Science at the University of Washington. He hopes to make an impact in the ever-changing world of technology.
Justin Yeung as the National Scholarship winner.
Justin Yeung plans to attend the University of California, Berkeley, where he will pursue a degree in chemical/biomolecular engineering. He aspires to work in oncology, where he hopes to improve the lives of people suffering from cancer by discovering new cures and diagnosis.