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The TB&T Student Board is a prestigious program recognizing outstanding high school seniors in the community.

Texas Bank & Trust selects 27 Lobo seniors for Student Board of Directors

Wed Sep 10, 2014

The TB&T Student Board is a prestigious program recognizing outstanding high school seniors in the community.

The LHS seniors who qualified for this year’s Student Board will join with 33 other seniors from Trinity School of Texas, Pine Tree, Spring Hill, and St. Mary’s High Schools to make up the 37th senior class to participate in the TB&T program.

The participating seniors include Alex Bower, Hannah Brown, Lindsey Butler, Shelby Cannon, Farah Al Chammas, Ravan Chism, Jack Darby, Aliceson Edwards, Callie Fruia, Tara Goolsby, Christa Howard, Bobbie Hunter, Amethyst Kelly, Mikaela Lammers, Simone Macklin, Kylee Marshburn, Tucker Monsour, Bailey Nance, Imani Perry, Alissa Rash, Andrew Rivera, Jocelynn Rusk, Mikayla Smith, Heidy Soto, Carmen Webb, Charlotte Williams, andTaylor Witt.

As in years passed, the Student Board program will be designed to introduce students tobanking and money management at a critical point in their lives, and provide them with the essential economic building blocks to earning, spending, saving, and investing money. The students will be challenged this year to test their innovation and business development skills with a new program, entitled Investment Quest.  As aspiring entrepreneurs, the student board members will have eight months to conceptualize a product, service, or business they could potentially bring to market.

Texas Bank and Trust established the Student Board - its first and most enduring financial literacy program - in 1978.  

Students were selected based on their grade point average, extra-curricular activities, and afterschool work activities. Students must submit an essay with their application as well as two letters of recommendation from either a faculty member or administrator to be considered for the program. Students accepted into the 2014 Student Board program were notified in late May. 

Since its inception, the Student Board has introduced more than 1,800 high school seniors tobanking and money management.