Our 2020 Bank of America Student Leaders have been finding their voice and developing leadership skills to help them tackle some of the challenges we face, from a health and humanitarian crisis to the need for greater racial equality.
Manatee County high school students Isabella Macias and Carson Lewis have been selected for internships as Bank of America Student Leaders, based on their community work.
When Shreya Balaji found out that Sacramento is one of the sex-trafficking capitals of the United States, she was eager to do something to fight the problem.
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In addition to making an impact these three students share another connection: all are 2020 Bank of America Student Leaders®.
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As we collectively navigate the challenges brought on by the coronavirus and work to advance racial equality and economic opportunity, we remain committed to supporting youth and young adults through employment and leadership development opportunities.
Through workforce development and education, we’re empowering youth, low- and moderate-income communities, and individuals that deserve a second chance.
Since 2004, Student Leaders has been part of our ongoing commitment to youth employment and economic mobility.