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Student Scholars 2016-2017
|Photo||Science Connection||Recent High School/ College|
|Michael Elgincolin wants to be more involved with school and while helping as many students as he can.||Mesa College
Transferring to SDSU Fall 2017
Aislinn Roberts wants to be involved in volunteer work and in projects that require helping others through the SEEDS Scholars Program.
|Clairemont High School|
Zulaykha Nazar-- "Science creates many opportunities for individuals to help improve our world, and create an endless amount of possibilities when it comes to helping preserve nature."
|Alyssa Burnley is very passionate about environmental sciences and volunteering with the SEEDS Program.||La Jolla High School|
|Ashley Meza wants to expand her awareness about environmental issues and give back to her community.||Mesa College|
|SEEDS will help Gregorio Pedraza be more aware of his community and take care of the world.||Madison High School|
|Jackie Recinos Lopez wants to take advantage of SEEDS opportunities and to continue her volunteer efforts.||Kearny High School|
|Lucia Centeno wants to make an impact in the world through sustainability.||Mesa College|
|Mohamud Aden is very interested in STEM related fields.||Mission Bay High School|
|Robin Ellam is interested in a career related to sustainability and agriculture.||Mesa College|
|Ti'Shaun Allen wants to learn about sustainability, food security, and environmental issues.||Kearny High School
Transferring to SDSU fall 2017
Vanessa Figueroa wants to have more opportunities related to the SEEDS themes.
|Mission Bay High School|
Sara Ramirez enjoys the outdoors and learning about the environment and wants to learn how she can work on sustainability and other environmental issues.
| Mesa College
Transferring to UCSD fall 2017
|Claudia Nieto is eager to learn about agriculture and how it can be applied in our K-12 education curriculum. She enjoys gardening and fresh salads.||Mesa College
Accepted to STARS Summer Research Program at UCSD 2017
|Bryan Le is concerned with the environment and as a Civil Engineer major wants to give back to his community in the future.||Kearny School of International Business|
Cassie Casares loves to meet new people and wants to major in the field of Agriculture. She wants to make an impact in the world.
Whitney Doyle is new to the SEEDS Program! We are excited to see her become a part
of the team.
Accepted to US Forest Service Summer 2017 Internship