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Not sure if any high school kids actually read this blog, but there's got to be some of you who are parents of high school kids. The Bank of America is accepting applications right now for their Student Leaders program.

The Bank of America Charitable Foundation has issued a call for applications for its national Student Leaders program, which honors and awards five civic-minded high school juniors or seniors in each of the 45 participating communities for their commitment to and demonstration of community service and leadership. Each student is asked to include a letter of recommendation from a teacher, guidance counselor or principal with his or her application.

The 2011 Student Leaders will participate in paid eight-week summer internships at local nonprofit organizations and will travel to Washington, D.C. to attend the week-long Bank of America Student Leadership Summit. There, they will learn how service creates positive change in communities and how nonprofit, government and corporate collaboration is instrumental in community revitalization.

I'm trying to remember what I did as a junior and/or senior in highschool.  I think one year I worked at a bank cold calling folks trying to get them to sign up for credit cards.  Yes, I was THAT guy.  Evil, I know, but it paid well.  The other summer, I did research in a lab.

Click (here) to apply for the program.

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