Diya is joining more than 300 community-minded high school juniors and seniors this summer to focus on civic engagement, mentorship, leadership skills, and building financial know-how. Through the Student Leaders program, students will have opportunities to gain insights through an eight-week paid internship, working closely with Fourth Street Clinic and the Governor’s STEM Action Center to develop leadership and workforce skills, and participating in a week-long virtual leadership summit centering on civic engagement and serving our communities.
Since 2004, Bank of America has recognized more than 3,500 young people as student leaders, helping them gain workforce experience, provide leadership skills, and connect with a peer network of engaged youth leaders. The program, which is in its third year in the Salt Lake City community, is part of the bank’s broader commitment to driving responsible growth by investing in workforce development programs and youth employment to help connect young people with local career opportunities and foster a diverse pipeline of talent.
Please join us in congratulating Diya on this achievement.
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