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Grants to Massachusetts nonprofit organizations in eligible areas to hire local teens to work for their organizations during the summer. Funding is intended to give local teens access to job training and educational financial literacy programs to help them succeed in today's economy. The program is open to full-time Boston residents, preferably within the target age range of 16–18, who have demonstrated leadership qualities.
This empowering program turns scholars into leaders, in the office, the classroom, and the greater community. To elevate the work experience, John Hancock organizes a series of Leadership Forums held at Boston University, and provides access to an online financial literacy course. The program connects scholars to business and civic leaders, challenges them to learn new skills, and inspires them to realize the difference they can make in their communities.
As part of the summer experience, youth participants, from neighborhoods throughout the City, are required to attend personal development workshops and complete an online financial education course. The curriculum consistently integrates important messages on social responsibility, leadership development, and civic engagement.
GrantWatch ID#: 127238
Selected non-profit partners will receive at least $1,825 for each MLK Scholar position awarded.
The program typically runs from early July through mid-August.
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