South Euclid Lyndhurst School District News Article

Riley Mills Selected to Student Leaders Program


Brush junior Riley Mills has the distinct honor of being selected to participate in Bank of America’s Student Leaders® program. Riley will join more than three-hundred juniors and seniors from across the country to gain direct experience in serving their local communities through a paid eight-week summer internship with a nonprofit organization such as Boys and Girls Clubs of America and Habitat for Humanity. The Student Leaders® program will also provide Riley with the unique opportunity to attend the national Student Leaders Summit in Washington, D.C. on July 22-27, 2024. Participants will develop civic, social, and business leadership skills and gain a fuller understanding of how nonprofit organizations, governments, and businesses collaborate to meet the needs of community members.

Bank of America’s Student Leaders® program involves a highly competitive selection process which requires all student applicants to submit a letter of recommendation and be in good standing at their respective school. Riley’s selection is especially noteworthy as Brush High School has not had a student selected since the Student Leaders® program was introduced in Cleveland approximately ten years ago.
The South Euclid Lyndhurst Schools proudly congratulate Riley Mills on her outstanding accomplishment and for demonstrating a commitment to leadership and service in the greater community!

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