The Allen Peters Baldwin ‘B’ BOLD Internship Award Program is an initiative created by Clearinghouse CDFI and inspired by the values of the B Corp community to build bridges that empower and develop the next generation.
Clearinghouse CDFI, with the support and generosity of its community partners, offers this summer internship program for college-bound high school juniors and seniors from low-income families.
‘B’ BOLD Program Goal
The purpose of the program is to invest in tomorrow’s leaders. Interns will gain exposure to a professional setting, receive real life job skills, and access to positive role models. The Allen Peters Baldwin ‘B’ BOLD Internship Award Program will help empower youths from low-income areas that do not have access to the same resources and opportunities.
2020 Internship Details
Clearinghouse CDFI is offering two part-time, paid summer internship positions (6-8 weeks long) to a high school junior or senior from a low-income family in Orange County. The internship will start mid-to-late June and the duration will depend on intern availability. It will be held both in person and remotely; each intern will be provided a laptop for work. Upon completion of the internship program and enrollment in a college, interns will receive a scholarship of $4,000 to pay for college expenses.
This is an excellent opportunity for high school students interested in developing key job skills and exploring career paths in community development. The interns will have the opportunity to work with different departments at Clearinghouse CDFI, depending on availability and interest, including business development, underwriting, finance, marketing, and social impact. Interns will gain insight to Clearinghouse’s business practices, as well as its triple bottom line that serves people, profit, and the planet.
Deadline: May 15, 2020 – Now Closed
The 2019 ‘B’ BOLD application period is now closed. All submitted applications are currently under review. Candidates who are selected for interviews will be contacted directly. A transcript verifying high school junior or senior status by Fall 2019 and a minimum 3.0 GPA are required to determine eligibility. Family income level will be verified. Selected interns must be able to legally work in the U.S. and obtain a work permit from school.
Updates & Inquiries
Please email BBold@ccdfi.com with questions or concerns.
- Must be a junior or senior in high school by Fall 2020 OR
a spring 2020 high school graduate
- Must have at least a 3.0 GPA
- Must be from a low-income family*
*Low-income status depends on the household size as determined by the table below. A student is considered to be from a low-income family if the student’s family annual income is at or lower than the levels stated below.
|Low-Income Table – Orange County, CA|
|# of Persons in Household||1||2||3||4||5||6||7||8|
2016-2019 ‘B’ BOLD Internship Award Program Recap
- 2019 – Meet ‘B’ BOLD Intern, Rose:
- 2019 – Meet ‘B’ BOLD Intern, Marvin:
- 2018 – Meet ‘B’ BOLD Interns, Erika & Aylinne:
- 2018 – Goodbye & Good Luck – 2018 ‘B’ BOLD Interns Exit Interview:
- 2017 – ‘B’ BOLD Intern Q&A, Victoria & Salvador:
- 2017 – Good Luck, Not Goodbye – An Exit Interview:
- 2016 – Meet ‘B’ BOLD Interns, Jesus & Alejandro:
- 2016 – ‘B’ BOLD Intern Follow-Up: Jesus Medina, 1 Year Later:
Clearinghouse CDFI is proud to dedicate the B BOLD Internship Award Program to Allen Peters Baldwin for his commitment to helping low-income families through Orange County Community Housing Corporation – SteppingUP. Mr. Baldwin embodies the spirit of the ‘B’ BOLD program with his ongoing dedication to serving others.