Summer Internship Helps Pay For College Expenses for Atlanta Senior

ATLANTA — As he heads off to college in the fall, more than anything, Ulus Hambrick was hoping to land an internship this summer–a paid one would be icing on the cake.

The $17 million 1st Choice Credit Union had developed a relationship over the years with Tech High School here, where all students are required to secure an unpaid internship. Sheilah Montgomery, president/CEO, selected Hambrick to intern at the credit union. In the past, internships were unpaid but this time, Montgomery decided to pay Hambrick.

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