Christopher Dittmer is a junior at Carrboro High School in North Carolina. He is the President of the Science Olympiad Club and the Habitat for Humanity Club at his high school. He is an aspiring engineer interested in civil and environmental engineering, solar cell technology, and aerospace engineering. Christopher also spends much time volunteering in his community for different organizations. He fundraises for Habitat for Humanity of Orange County, NC, and builds homes at Habitat construction sites. He also volunteers for a local shelter. Christopher loves designing and creating new technology in all fields of engineering.
The NSHSS Foundation encourages environmental stewardship among high school students globally through the Foundation Earth Day Award. Students submit their environmental project they are working on currently, and provide details on the impact of the project in their communities and how it will impact the future.