Hard at Work in North Carolina
Bank of America’s rich history in North Carolina began more than 130 years ago. In 1874, a small group of Charlotte residents started Commercial National Bank to meet the needs of the fast-growing city. Eventually, Commercial National merged with other North Carolina banks to form the North Carolina National Bank (NCNB) and then NationsBank. Today’s Bank of America is still headquartered in Charlotte and has grown to become one of the nation’s largest financial institutions, providing services to half of all American households.
Jan 17, 2012
Learn how the Pathways Program helps build a more skilled and productive workforce for Charlotte… learn More about Helping Unemployed Workers in Charlotte Obtain an Education, Skills and Jobs
Jan 16, 2012
See how a community collaboration and a $10 million grant will help low-income students succeed in our public schools… learn More about Closing the Achievement Gap for Charlotte-Mecklenburg Students
Jun 30, 2010
In 2009, Peter Thom, President of Mona Lisa Food Products, Inc., had a problem that most entrepreneurs would welcome. His business, which manufactures dozens of specialty chocolate items used by pastry chefs in high-end restaurants and bakeries, was growing rapidly, partly due to growing demand for his products in Europe… learn More about Helping a Specialty Food Business Expand to Meet Growing Demand
Nov 07, 2011
Learn how Bank of America partnered with local developers to create the first-ever LEED®-certified housing for senior residents in the Cherry Neighborhood… learn More about How Affordable Housing Is Allowing Seniors to Continue Calling Their Neighborhood Home
Sep 25, 2011
Local Charlotte students learn about the career opportunities that NASCAR offers… learn More about Providing a Real-World Math and Science Experience
*30,047 mortgage modifications in North Carolina since 2008.