PSG Gives Diversity Scholarships, Internships to Boston High School Students

PSG recently funded and presented scholarships to two deserving students at the Northeast Human Resources Association (NEHRA) 2012 Diversity & Inclusion Dinner held last Thursday, March 15.

At this year’s Diversity & Inclusion Dinner, PSG President Aaron Green presented two students, Ayana Green from the John D. O’Bryant School and Ashley Pirone from Madison Park High, with Norma Kornegay Clarke Diversity Scholarships. In addition, Green and Pirone are receiving paid internships with Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts (a PSG client) and Suffolk University.

“Diverse workforces benefit employees, businesses, customers and communities. As a Boston employer PSG is committed to developing talent for a diverse workforce and we’re pleased to present these scholarships to Ayana and Ashley, who both demonstrate academic responsibility, perform community service, offer helping hands to fellow students and promote harmony among diverse groups,” said Aaron Green, president of PSG and co-chair of the NEHRA Diversity Committee.

NEHRA’s Annual Diversity and Inclusion Dinner celebrates the power of diversity and inclusion in the workplace. Research continues to demonstrate that workplaces that harness and leverage the unique differences and similarities within its employees will not only be great places to work but the positive impact on business goals will be enhanced and strengthened.

Pictured are: Michael James, Ashley Pirone, Ayana Green, Aaron Green. Photo courtesy of David Fox Photography

Pictured are: Michael James, Ashley Pirone, Ayana Green, Aaron Green. Photo courtesy of David Fox Photography

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