With a 90-year tradition of serving the military, Bank of America actively works to attract, develop and retain military service members as employees. We recognize the important skills and experiences they bring to their careers. Since 2011, we have hired nearly 7,000 veterans, guard and reservists, and we are committed to hiring an additional 10,000 in the next several years.
“Transitioning back to civilian life is challenging, but you realize that the skills and leadership that you learned in the military are valuable in corporate America,” Lacy Dodd Miske, retired U.S. Army Captain and Brigade Logistics Officer at Bank of America, explained. “I do believe that my military experience contributes to my strong work ethic, and I believe Bank of America is a stronger company for all of the veterans that they've employed.”
“The bank has recognized early on that the leadership skills and experience that the military veterans bring to the organization are paramount to our success,” said Lewis Runnion, Director of Military Affairs at Bank of America. “They’ve learned risk assessment. They’ve learned influential leadership skills. They’ve learned communication in difficult circumstances. The invaluable things that they bring to us are all those leadership attributes that they’ve learned in the military.”
To meet our hiring goals, we have a dedicated team of recruiters who partner with organizations to identify and secure top talent. For details on our military and veteran recruiting efforts, visit http://militarytransition.bankofamerica.com/
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