Atlantic Union Bank has opened its grant application process to nonprofits and community-based organizations to support 2023 summer paid internship programs.
Ten grants of $3,750 will be awarded across the state. In its second year, the bank’s Future Community Impact Makers program’s mission is to support pay equity within the community-based sector.
“Summer internships provide critical exposure to different career paths, opportunities for foundational skill development, and the ability to start building a professional network,” said Nathalia Artus, SVP, Director of Community Development and Reinvestment at Atlantic Union Bank. “We want to support local organizations by removing barriers to these critical professional development opportunities for students pursuing a higher education regardless of economic status.”
Atlantic Union Bank will award up to 10 organizations $3,750 in grant funds for each organization to support one intern. The majority of the funding—$3,600—is inte...
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