Banking Center Manager II, AVP (Former Employee) – Los Altos, CA – 10 August 2012
I started working at Bank of America as a part-time Teller while going to school full-time! The atmosphere was great! I loved my Banking Center Manager and knew that soon I'd be managing my own branch! I was great at what I did! Exceeded my sales goals and was always the top in all competitions. At the age of twenty-two, I was promoted to managing! I loved the training programs in place which prepared me to run my own branch. I learned a lot from my co-workers as well as my Market Managers. I learned so much about managing at Bank of America. I had learned to become a well-rounded manager by knowing about auditing, sales, operations, human resources, and much more. I had become a part-time student due to working full-time. Bank of America paid for my entire school. They were very supportive and encouraged me to complete my education. After almost eight years of service at Bank of America I met my soon-be-husband. We had plans of moving to his hometown of Arizona. However I wanted to complete my undergraduate career and earn my bachelors degree. We decided that in order to do this in a timely manner, I had to resign from Bank of America. This was a hard decision. Bank of America was very good to me. Not only did I grow as a person but I accomplished many of my dreams while working there. I had purchased two homes and gained knowledge that would take me years to learn elsewhere.
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