EUSA - Academic Internship Programs names Bottom Line as 2015 Charity

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International internship organization EUSA – Academic Internship Programs announces Bottom Line as its 2015 education charity. EUSA will match funds raised by employees to support Bottom Line’s innovative programs which help low-income and first-generation-to-college students apply to and complete college.

EUSA – Academic Internship Programs announced that Bottom Line is its 2015 charity. EUSA employees will fundraise throughout 2015 to support Bottom Line’s innovative programs which help low-income and first-generation-to-college students apply to and complete college.

EUSA welcomed Bottom Line CEO Greg Johnson and Chief Development Officer Jed Smith to its annual reception for partner universities on Tuesday, May 26.

“Our team values the individual contact they have with our students, so it’s no surprise that they selected Bottom Line, who also work intensively and personally with students,” said EUSA Executive Director Julie Kelly. “There’s a fantastic alignment of Bottom Line’s mission and EUSA’s commitment to provide study abroad scholarships to underrepresented public university students as part of the Generation Study Abroad initiative.”

Bottom Line CEO Greg Johnson said, “Bottom Line builds strong relationships with its students to ensure that they not only get into college, but graduate as well. We’re excited to have the enthusiastic support of the EUSA team, with their dedication to helping college students develop and integrate academic, personal, and professional skills.”

EUSA’s charity program launched in 2014. EUSA employees nominate and vote on a range of educational charities. EUSA gives each of its offices in Boston, London, Dublin, Madrid, Paris, and Prague two days over the course of the year to devote to fundraising activities and matches the first $2,500 raised by its team. In 2014, EUSA raised $2,800 for the Malala Fund through activities ranging from bake sales to pub quizzes.

About Bottom Line

Since 1997, Bottom Line has addressed the low college graduation rates of at-risk urban youth. The organization was founded on the belief that students need a mentor and a guide during the college application process and throughout college to succeed. By providing consistent one-on-one support, Bottom Line has helped thousands of low-income and first-generation students stay in college and complete their degrees.

Bottom Line is a privately funded 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. It currently serves almost 4,000 students through two primary programs - College Access and College Success - from offices in Boston and Worcester, MA, New York, NY and Chicago, IL.

To learn more about Bottom Line or make a donation, see:

About EUSA – Academic Internship Programs

Established in 1984, EUSA is an international, not-for-profit, internship organization in partnership with Boston University.

EUSA builds and implements customized, academically-directed internship programs in Europe for educational partners, including universities, colleges, departments, programs, and individual professors. EUSA and its partner academic institutions believe strongly that internships undertaken as part of a study abroad or study away program are more than practical training: they constitute an important complement to the learning of the classroom and promote the advancement of cultural understanding.

EUSA currently works with over 45 universities worldwide and places close to 2,000 students in internships in London, Dublin, Madrid, Paris, and Prague each year.

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