Cameron Blanks from Scituate, Mass., graduated from Scituate High School was awarded the Jane C. McDaid Memorial Scholarship for strong community service, this scholarship honors the memory of the community-minded FFC president, Jane McDaid.

Cameron was active in sports, playing Varsity golf, soccer and Ultimate Frisbee. He was a member of National Honor Society, History National Honor Society, French National Honor Society and received Honorable mention for the Model UN.

Cameron’s community service included a service project building houses in Guatemala, as well as two trips to Mexico where he worked at the Ecological Center and the School for the Blind. He was part of the Community Service Club for four years.

His leadership roles include Class president and Editor-in-chief of his school newspaper.

Cameron will be attending George Washington University in Washington, D.C., majoring in foreign language, specifically Arabic and French. In 10 years he hopes to work as a diplomat in the U.S. State Department. Using his language skills, he hopes to secure a position in a North African or Middle Eastern embassy.