Cameron “Cam” Magner, a Senior at Timberlane Regional High School, was recently selected by the New Hampshire Department of Education to be one of two student delegates to represent New Hampshire at the 56th annual United States Senate Youth Program to be held in Washington, DC in March. Along with this honor, Cam will receive a $10,000 scholarship to any US college or university of his choice. Cam is active member of our school community and serves as the President of the Student Council, President of Youth and Government, and the Model United Nations delegate director. Additionally, he serves on the New Hampshire Association of Student Councils executive board as Vice President.
During the fall of his junior year Cam was appointed by the Democratic Leader of the Senate Harry Reid to be a United States Senate Page and spent the semester in Washington, D.C. on the floor of the US Senate and attended the Senate Page School. He has a true passion for government and is focused on making a difference and inspiring others to do the same. He plans to study international relations in college.