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Working here

We know being a great place to work for our employees is core to our success. While our teammates are focused on supporting our clients and communities, we’re focused on supporting them and their families, making sure they can be their best both at work and at home.

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If you want to change lives beyond the walls of work, our culture offers many ways to contribute. Each year, our employees spend 2+ million hours volunteering — from mentoring youth and business owners to teaching financial literacy to helping feed those in need, and much more. Plus, with our matching gifts program, you can double the impact of your donations to many charities.

Every year, our team helps build hundreds of affordable homes for those in need. Through the bank’s partnership with Habitat for Humanity, now in its fourth decade, you can put your hands (and heart) into creating more secure futures for families around the world.

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Employee networks

With more than 16,000 members, HOLA is our Hispanic-Latino Organization for Leadership and Advancement. Hispanic-Latino employees come together to increase inclusiveness, promote career development and get support beyond the bank. In the New York chapter alone, HOLA generates hundreds of job referrals, helps register voters and answers questions on citizenship.

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Career development

Year Up is designed to close the opportunity divide by giving chances to people, like me, who can’t afford school or tap into other opportunities to develop their careers.
Ninive Nava  |  Year Up graduate, now employed at Merrill Edge

Our Pathways program partners with nonprofits to provide training, internships and career help for people in many low- and moderate-income neighborhoods. Over the next five years, we plan to hire 10,000 individuals from this untapped segment of society.