Bank of America Merrill Lynch announced last week its participation in the Social Mobility Foundation’s City Talent Initiative.
The initiative encourages high-achieving young people from low-income backgrounds to consider a university education and a career at a leading City firm.
Commencing this summer – and continuing for the next five years – five Year 12 students will spend a fortnight at Bank of America Merrill Lynch’s London headquarters. The students will be mentored by a vice president and a full-time campus graduate and will gain exposure to employees of all levels across banking, markets, risk and technology.
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