Hi! My name is Camille and I am an undergraduate at Princeton University studying Chemical and Biological engineering on the pre-med track. I’ve always been passionate about the physical and life sciences and am branching out to learn about health policy and medical ethics in college. On campus, I’m involved with biology research and volunteering at the local hospital, and I enjoy swimming and drawing in my free time.

I have tutored middle and high school students, having teaching experience in math, biology, chemistry, physics, and the SAT, and helping high school seniors with college essays. During my tutoring experience, in addition to my job as a swim instructor for people of all ages, I have loved watching my students gain confidence, knowledge, and progress. Looking forward to meeting you!


Education: Princeton University
Undergrad Major: B.S.E. Chemical and Biological Engineering
Other Degrees/Minors: Minor in Global Health and Health Policy

High School:

Awards & Honors: Honor Roll and Departmental Awards in Physics, Genetics, and English, Junior Science and Humanities Symposium Regional Semifinalist, Games for Change Finalist
Interests & Activities: Research assistant, National Honors Society, Club Swimming, Varsity Girls Swimming, Manager for Boys Varsity Swimming, Official Class Senator, Tutor for Middle school students, Internal medicine shadowing, Swim instructor, Lifeguard
SAT Scores: 1540 (790 Math, 750 Reading and Writing)
AP Exams: 5 Biology, 5 Calculus BC, 5 AP Physics 1, 5 AP Physics C, 5 Electricity and Magnetism
SAT Subject Tests: 760 Chemistry


Other Interests & Activities: At Princeton University, I'm involved in: Volunteering at Penn Medicine Princeton Medical Center, Starr Writer for The Princeton Medical Review, Club Swimming, Princeternship with IMDEA Material Institute
Location: Princeton, NJ

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