Bank of America recently spotlighted its talent acquisition programs at the NH&RA Annual Spring Developers Forum.

Each year 300 community-focused junior and senior high school students are selected and offered an eight-week paid internship, which includes one week in Washington, DC for a policy summit as part of BofA’s Student Leaders Program. The program was created to get the nation’s high school students interested in community leadership.  

BofA’s LIHTC Challenge program brings together aspirational and enthusiastic students in urban policy, planning, law, architecture and real estate, and pairs them with BofA developer clients, allowing students to have real-life experience on how to create an affordable housing property. The program is an opportunity to motivate college students to enter the affordable housing space and become the next generation of affordable housing leaders.