As a Student Banker, you’ll begin the first part of your journey during the spring of your junior year. You’ll visit PeoplesBank twice a month for three hours each and have the chance to:
Learn about the banking industry
Spend time with PeoplesBank executives and get to know what they do
Participate in group activities with other student bankers and PeoplesBank employees
See first-hand what it is like to work in a bank
The second part of your Student Banker experience will begin in the fall of your senior year, when you’ll take what you learned during your junior year and complete a senior portfolio project. At the end of the program, you’ll have the opportunity to present your project to PeoplesBank representatives and your school leaders.
What will I gain from this?
Hands-on experience in the business world
Potential career opportunities
A special experience to highlight on your resume
To be considered for PeoplesBank’s Student Banker Apprenticeship program, you must:
Be a junior in a business program
Have a GPA of 3.0 or better
Demonstrate exceptional behavior in and out of school
Maintain an outstanding attendance record
Show interest in a business career
How do I sign up? What information is required for the application?
It’s simple! Just schedule an appointment with your guidance counselor to learn more about this exciting program and to complete an online application. To complete the application you will need at least two professional letters of recommendation, your educational information, and a list of your qualifications/skills and extracurricular activities.
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