Camryn Berry from Livermore, Maine, graduated from Spruce Mountain High School (SMHS). was awarded the Dr. John B. Mulliken Scholarship.  Active in sports, she served as captain of the varsity soccer team. Camryn was named Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference All-star and received the SMHS Phoenix Four-year award. When she was sidelined senior year she stepped in as assistant coach for her team.

As captain of her Robotics Team, she received the Industrial Safety award, Engineering and Inspiration award, Imagery award, Entrepreneurship award, Excellence in Engineering award and the Finalist medallion. Camryn was a member of the Math and Envirothon teams, competing with both at the state level. Her other leadership positions included treasurer of both the National Honor Society and the Student Council.

Camryn’s experience also includes community service: volunteer work at Rumford Hospital, American Heart Association Heart Walk, FIRST Lego league, Flowers for Food and the Leo Club.

Camryn will be attending Worcester Polytechnic Institute in the fall where she will major in biomedical engineering. In ten years, she hopes to be employed at the National Institutes of Health, conducting studies of craniofacial anomalies and synthesizing treatments in hope of engineering a cure.