Bank of America is looking for students who want to make a difference in their community. Applications are now available for the bank's "Student Leaders" program, which promises to show how non-profits, government and business can work together to change communities and connect citizens.
The program offers an eight-week, paid internship at a local non-profit and admission to a week long Student Leadership Summit in Washington, D.C.!
Applications are due by January 25 2012 and can be found on the Bank of America website: http://www.bankofamerica.com/neistudentleaders. Click below for the program flyer.
Caitlyn P., a rising senior at Hillwood, joined roughly 20 students from several district high schools in an internship that opened their eyes to the medical profession in a way they never imagined. The student worked alongside medical professionals, learned how to accurately record patient information and performed a number of other key clinic tasks. And while these experiences were great, it was the feeling of belonging to a team of people that were really making a difference.