John Ciccolella | President, Bank of America Pittsburgh
Hear from John Ciccolella, President of Bank of America Pittsburgh, about our role in keeping Pittsburgh moving forward.
With the hardships Pittsburgh is facing, we are more committed than ever to connecting and providing support to our neighbors – including our clients, community partners and teammates.
We are committed to helping our communities thrive - dedicating our resources to address the issues that matter most in each community where we live and work.
These days, it can feel harder than ever to make your money go further. But with Bank of America, you’ve got personalized products and simple solutions at the ready. All to help keep your life moving forward — just the way you need it to.
We’re proud to support the unique needs of our heroes as they transition to civilian life and careers by offering online resources on financial education, expanded financial center access near military installations, and intentional hiring practices.Learn more about our support
Learn more about how we are advancing opportunities for Hispanic-Latinos as part of our commitment to responsible growth.Read more
Investments help Black, Hispanic-Latino, Asian, Native American, women and other underrepresented entrepreneurs start and grow their businesses. Through a variety of means, the private sector can help to provide dependable, sustainable capital to community businesses in need.See how we're supporting entrepreneurs
The Energy Innovation Center Institute (EICI) is the cornerstone of the Energy Innovation Center (EIC), a green energy-focused business incubator, research lab and center for job training, all housed in a one-time trade school that educated Pittsburgh workers from 1931 to 2004. As the program arm of the EIC, the Institute helps Pennsylvanians from minority, vulnerable and underserved communities find stable, well-paying jobs with pathways for career growth. To date, the EICI has trained more than 1,600 men and women, most of whom had not been in the workforce before. Bank of America’s funding supports EICI’s Training for Human Thriving curriculum, which is designed to help members of underserved communities address common challenges while offering guidance on aspects of long-term success, like developing personal career goals.
On this episode of Bank of America’s Masterpiece Moment, hear Eric Crosby, Henry J. Heinz II Director of the Carnegie Museum of Art, discuss the painting Low Water by Joan Mitchell.
At Bank of America, we believe in the power of the arts to help economies thrive, educate and enrich societies, and create greater cultural understanding. Through programs like Museums on Us, we’re helping the arts flourish in communities across the globe.Explore our commitment