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High School Students Selected for Leadership Program

Three Salt Lake City School District high school students have been selected to participate in Bank of America's Student Leaders Program. Through a partnership with the Salt Lake County mayor’s office, a paid summer internship experience will help these students develop workforce skills, leadership, and civic engagement by working with Utah’s STEM Action Center and Fourth Street Clinic.

Diya Rao

Diya Rao, West High School

Internship: Fourth Street Clinic 

Demonstrating extensive volunteer experience throughout her high school career, Diya used her talents to serve as a piano teacher and event ambassador for the Mundi Project as well as a teen leader and youth volunteer at the Salt Lake City Public Library during a previous summer program. Diya also held an Officer Leadership position with the National Honor Society.

Nathan Flores

Nathan Flores, Salt Lake Center for Science Education

Internship: STEM Action Center 

With a personal goal in helping to create a united community by finding a balance in resource distribution in government, Nathan has been involved in the National History Day Program for years, serving as a student ambassador and leader. He has also represented SLCSE on a national level at both the Academy of American History and Civics and the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History.

Isabelle White

Isabelle White, Highland High School

Internship: Fourth Street Clinic 

With a commitment to helping others, especially in the local Jewish community, Isabelle holds a role as editor and full-time board member of the jGirls Magazine, a platform for Jewish teenage girls to share their thoughts, experiences, and art. She also serves as a guest speaker at the Jewish Community Center and is a writer for the Fresh Ink for Teens.