On the job: Butterfield Bank has 28 students in its summer programme. *Photo supplied
On the job: Butterfield Bank has 28 students in its summer programme. *Photo supplied

They are among the next generation of Bermuda’s movers and shakers. 

The Bank of NT Butterfield & Son Limited is providing summer employment to 28 students under its 2013 Summer Student Programme. 

Service

The Programme, which runs from May through August, provides an opportunity for Bermudian high school, college and university students to gain business experience and develop skills and important business contacts. 

This year, Butterfield has added a community service component to the Programme, requiring students to participate in the Centre of Philanthropy’s Summer Intern Community Day, during which the students will give their time to support one of the recipient charities of the Butterfield Hope Award.

Bright 

McKeisha Smith, vice president, human resources Bermuda, said in a press release: “Within the Programme this year, Butterfield has a great team of bright, enthusiastic students who are eager to learn the ins and outs of banking and who are making strong contributions within their respective departments.  We are pleased to have them on board.”

Butterfield’s 2013 Summer Students are: Christian Belboda, Michael Burgess, Justin Lee, Asia Ming-Raynor, Cordelia Philip, Simone Wales, Stephanie Robinson, Lateefah Caines, James Howard, Davendra Brijlall, Scott Clarke, Zakiya Smith, Natasha Butterfield, Brittany Cox, Rochelle Minors, Taylor-Ashley Bean, Shakilla Burgess, Angelo De Melo, Amber Lambert, David Lunn, Katrina Simons, Tatyana Ortiz, Cherina Darrell-Sutherland, LaShanda Seaman, Sudan Furbert, Lisa Trott, Lara Hetzel and Courtney Clay.