Ryder Cambron will begin pursuit of her Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree in Emergency Medicine and Health Science at Baylor University for the fall semester in 2022 as a Distinguished Scholar.
A self-starter, Ryder Cambron is eager to jump start her career in the medical field. That’s why she participated in an accelerated program so that she could graduate high school early and begin pursuing her Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) license. Ryder intends on working as an EMT throughout her collegiate studies as she works to complete her Bachelor’s degree in Emergency Medicine and Health Science at Baylor University.
Ryder Cambron is a rising freshman at Baylor University, a nationally ranked private Christian university. Passionate about her Christian faith, Ryder is proud to attend a school that was founded on Christian values. While pursuing her Bachelor’s in Emergency Medicine & Health Science, Ryder plans to work as an EMT. She looks forward to being a part of Baylor’s caring community and maintaining Baylor’s core convictions with distinction.
Ryder Cambron’s anticipated graduation date from Baylor University is May 2026.
Throughout her education, Ryder Cambron has received numerous academic awards. Even from the very beginning of her elementary and junior high school days, Ryder’s kindness and respect for others was recognized! She repeatedly received awards that highlighted her respectful and polite behavior towards both her peers and teachers. Academically, Ryder excelled in all of her classes and even received the Most Outstanding Student Award in her Spanish, Algebra, History and College and Career Readiness classes.
In high school, Ryder Cambron continued to excel academically, which was noted by various honors. A highlight was her participation in the SKILLS USA medical competition, where she had to demonstrate what it’s like to perform an emergency tracheotomy. Her performance earned Ryder the 2nd place award in her district.
These academic accomplishments have led Ryder to receive the Distinction Award, an academic scholarship, to Baylor University.