Faith Harron

Faith Harron is a current senior at Century High in North Dakota. She was one of 80 students nationally to attend the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's MITES (Minority Introduction to Technology, Engineering, and Science) program for six weeks and currently plans to major in a STEM field. When not in theater, Science Olympiad, working for Gateway to Science (a hands-on science museum), or at band practice, she can be found volunteering or writing novels on napkins, in thunderstorms, and virtually everywhere else. In her future, she intends to learn more languages, conquer mountains, and continue to teach and help others.

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