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BankWork$

How We Help

Our comprehensive training provides you with the skills needed for any entry-level position in banking with career potential—including teller, customer service representative, relationship banker, and personal banker. BankWork$ focuses on hard skills for on-the-job success in banking, and the soft skills needed to succeed as a professional anywhere.

Our Approach

We connect young adults who have the attitude and aptitude for success, but lack opportunities to meaningful employment to employers who are looking for their talent but might not otherwise find it. Graduates come from the communities they serve, help strengthen local relationships, and fulfill employers’ organizational goals. BankWork$ is signature program of the Sheri and Les Biller Family Foundation, using the CareerWork$ training model. 

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Tashemia, a black female participant in the BankWorks program.

"Being a participant in BankWork$ has made a life-changing impact on me, personally and professionally. BankWork$ gives you the training and skills needed to handle all situations within your Banking career." 

- Tashemia, Cohort 21 Graduate 

Eligibility 

  • Completion of all program enrollment forms

  • Experience in customer service or cash handling roles 

  • Ages 18+ 

  • Provide documentation of: 

    • Birth Date

    • Social Security Card

    • Authorization to work in US

    • City/County Residency

    • Income Verification (if applicable)

    • Compliance with Selective Service (men only) 

200+ job placements upon graduation since 2018.

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  • Current Class Schedule: Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.

  • Class Format: 10 Week Program, 5 Hour Class, and Hybrid (50/50 in-person and online) 

  • Application Deadline: October 4, 2022

  • Next Class Starts: October 17, 2022 

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