Mya Wallace, Amanita Pierre, Annie Farrell, Gabriela Arredondo, and Stephanie Chang are the 2017 Bank of America Student Leaders. The students participated in a paid internship with the Boys and Girls Club of Miami-Dade County and attended a national leadership summit, featuring 200 Student Leaders, in Washington, D.C. The young women join a network of about 3,000 people nationwide.
Mya Wallace, Amanita Pierre, Annie Farrell, Gabriela Arredondo, and Stephanie Chang are the 2017 Bank of America Student Leaders. The students participated in a paid internship with the Boys and Girls Club of Miami-Dade County and attended a national leadership summit, featuring 200 Student Leaders, in Washington, D.C. The young women join a network of about 3,000 people nationwide. Photo provided to the Miami Herald
Mya Wallace, Amanita Pierre, Annie Farrell, Gabriela Arredondo, and Stephanie Chang are the 2017 Bank of America Student Leaders. The students participated in a paid internship with the Boys and Girls Club of Miami-Dade County and attended a national leadership summit, featuring 200 Student Leaders, in Washington, D.C. The young women join a network of about 3,000 people nationwide. Photo provided to the Miami Herald

Miami-Dade County students named Bank of America Student Leaders

August 08, 2017 05:48 PM

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