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Mayor thanks Bank of America for $250,000 to help High School Kids with their Future

Mayor de Blasio during his briefing today:

“And I want to always give thanks to folks – a particular thanks today to Bank of America that donated $250,000 to provide 100 high school students with college and career readiness and paid internships in the fall. So, this is the kind of thing we want to see our colleagues in the business sector do more and more of, support our young people. Here’s a tangible way of doing it. So, thanks to everyone at Bank of America,” said Mayor de Blasio today.

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