58 Boston Public High School Students Start Their Summers

This morning, 58 Boston Public High School students traveled to 16 Beacon Street for the annual BBA Summer Jobs Program orientation. To help prepare students for their first day of work on July 8th, the orientation included sessions on workplace professionalism, as well as two financial literacy enrichment modules, on personal finance and budgeting and credit cards.

Here are a few photos from the morning:

2003 Summer Jobs Alumni Emmanuelle Renelique (Wilmer Hale) spoke with the students about her own experience as a Summer Jobs intern.

2003 Summer Jobs Alum Emmanuelle Renelique (Wilmer Hale) spoke with the students about her own experience as a Summer Jobs intern.

Melissa O’Berg (Rocket Software, Inc) taught the Financial Literacy module on using credit and credits cards to the 58 Summer Jobs students.

Melissa O’Berg (Rocket Software, Inc) taught the Financial Literacy module on using credit and credits cards to the 58 Summer Jobs students.

Please stay tuned for more highlights from the program throughout the summer. For more on the Summer Jobs Program, please contact Katie D’Angelo, public service programs coordinator, at kdangelo@bostonbar.org.

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Posted on July 2, 2013, in Summer Jobs, Uncategorized and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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