Bank of America recently announced the five Massachusetts high school juniors and seniors chosen as student leaders also have begun their paid summer internship experience of leadership, civic participation and labor skills-building.
In light of their health issues that stay in neighborhood communities, the application was adapted to a digital structure, through which pupils have an chance to take part in sessions which will expose them into the very important role that nonprofits play in advancing public health, the value of public private partnerships to advance social change, and a focus on constructing financial acumen.
Two neighborhood inhabitants — Munir Harianawaia of Acton, a rising senior at Acton-Boxboro Regional High School, and Michelle Ly of Lowell, a rising senior at Chelmsford High School — are one of the Course of 2020 Massachusetts-based Bank America Student Leaders.
They’ll take part in programming which ignites Bank of America’s federal partnerships and experience, and will work in tandem with the bank’s Massachusetts direction and nonprofit partners. They’ll take part in a collaborative, mentoring-focused job working closely together with the Mass Mentoring Partnership, encouraging their work to integrate and elevate the youth voice from the mentoring movement throughout the state.
Student leaders may take part in discussions centered on social justice, civil rights and also the way to construct a more diverse and also inclusive society and have the chance to obtain a better comprehension of their own finances through Better Money Habits, Bank of America’s financial health and education stage.
Each pupil will get a $5,000 stipend to recognize them for their services.