Bank of America is proud of our inclusive culture, because when you create a workplace where all teammates can thrive, everyone benefits. That’s why we continue to invest every day in our Black/African American teammates by providing resources, development programs and networking opportunities. We want our teammates to have long and fulfilling careers. Those careers can take place in Banking, Finance, Technology and Operations, throughout the world. Additionally, our formal internship programs provide a supported experience in these business areas that is tailored for the best chance of success.
We also recognize that supporting the communities that we serve is key to our employee’s well-being and also…the right thing to do. Our commitments are national and locally focused and include the following:
Bank of America is a founding donor of the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture, and our chairman and CEO, Brian Moynihan, sits on the board of directors.
Bank of America is contributing $25 million to help fuel the launch of a new Smithsonian Institution initiative that will explore how Americans currently understand, experience and confront race.
We created the National Community Advisory Council (NCAC) in 2005 with several community partner organizations such as the National Urban League, UnidosUS, the Leadership Conference for Civil and Human Rights, and the NAACP, which provide insight on policies that affect our talent, clients and communities.
We strive to help all of our employees reach their full potential. We believe that diverse backgrounds and experiences make us stronger. We respect every individual and value our differences - in thought, style, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity and expression, race, ethnicity, culture, age, ability and experience. We look forward to meeting you.