LONDONDERRY — High school students are spending time this summer learning all about business.
Londonderry High School students are currently enrolled in the Academy of Finance program and are spending vacation time learning through an internship with area businesses.
The experience gives students the opportunity to work at a company in areas like accounting, banking and finance.
They learn skills to aid them in future career choices.
The following students were selected this summer to be part of the Academy of Finance programs and their business connection is also listed: Stephanie Bosteels, Keller Williams-Homes of New Hampshire; Brent Bourque, NH School Health Care Coalition; Makayla D’Urso and Nicholas Flanders, Fidelity Investments; Alexander Forgues, Parkland Medical Center; Dillon Mckay, Enterprise Bank; and Jordan Tutt, Triangle Credit Union.
The high school program is coordinated by assistant principal Paul Dutton. In order to complete the Academy of Finance program, students must successfully complete an internship and a portfolio. All students will submit their final work by the opening of school this fall.
Students completing the program earn an Academy of Finance certificate at a special graduation ceremony in the spring.