WHILE BOSTON HIGH SCHOOL students hear plenty of talk about opportunities in STEM fields, with good internships available that match them with employers in the region’s booming biomedical and tech industries, one important local sector – the arts — has long struggled to keep up when it comes to showcasing career pathways for young people.

Efforts to change that and expose more young people to work in the arts are getting a big boost thanks to a new partnership between EdVestors, a Boston-based school improvement nonprofit, and Bloomberg Philanthropies. The New York-based philanthropy is making a $250,000 award to EdVestors to fund paid internships at arts organizations this summer for 25 rising Boston high school seniors.

Read the full article on the Commonwealth Magazine website.