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By Halle Kowalewski
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Ethan Johnstone represents Temecula at student leadership summit

 

Last updated 10/5/2018 at 4:21am

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Chaparral High School senior Ethan Johnstone spent his summer in an internship at the Boys and Girls Club. He continues to help his community by working with city officials to build a mental health institute in southern Riverside County.

Many high school students moan about the 40 hours of community service they are required to complete in order to graduate, but Ethan Johnstone from Chaparral High School met the requirement head on and made a big difference in his local community.

This year, Johnstone was named one of Bank of America's 230 Student Leaders. These high school juniors and seniors were individually selected for the program based on their compassion and work in the local community. They were given local paid internships and taught about the inner-workings of nonprofit organizations in the hopes that they will s...



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