Bank of America Student Leaders

Since 2004, Student Leaders has been part of our ongoing commitment to youth employment and economic mobility.

Preparing a diverse pipeline of community-minded young students with the leadership training they need to be successful in the workforce is vital to our approach to responsible growth and helps to build thriving communities.

Every year, through the Student Leaders program Bank of America helps connect 225 community-minded high school juniors and seniors to employment, skills development and service.

Exemplary students  can be awarded paid summer internships with local non-profits and participate in a national leadership summit in Washington, D.C. The Student Leaders Summit focuses on skill building and creating a more civically engaged society.

If you or someone you know has a passion for improving the community and want to learn more about our eligibility criteria, click here.

 

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The Makerspace powered by Infosys Foundation USA participated in a contest with BGCA, combining art with STEM - the Fine Arts/Makerspace interdisciplinary project.

our members created their own tiles. Together they created a laser etched community arts project over the course of several weeks.

Working with members of the Asylum Hill Club, all ages, from the Early Learning Center up to staff members. Each participant designed their own translucent tile using either a computer design program or markers and paper to represent themselves in a positive light.

We hope you enjoy these creations as much as we do! We love the creativity and talent of our members and are happy to be able to share it with the community.
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Lt. Governor Susan Bysiewicz, Vannessa Dorantes Commissioner DCF & Mayor Luke Bronin were joined by our President & CEO Sam Gray & 10 members to announce that as part of the American Rescue Plan, 1.9 million would be used for teen community programs over the summer.

Today our 2021 Youth of the Year is heading to the state competition. We want to wish her all the best!
Show some love for Myrakle !!
We are proud of you. Good luck!! Your are going to be fabulous! Be yourself and shine!!
#youthoftheyear2021