BankWork$ is an eight-week career training program that prepares job seekers for entry-level positions in financial services. Participants learn the service, sales, and industry-specific skills needed to be a teller, personal banker, or customer service representative.
The benefits of this program include an educational setting that duplicates the workplace, weekly class visits from executives and recruiters with our partner banks, job placement help, and ongoing mentoring for career advancement.
YWCA BankWork$ classes are offered in King County and Pierce County and are supported by numerous banks, credit unions, and partners in the community.
Bank of America | Banner Bank | BECU | Beneficial Bank | Columbia Bank | East West Bank | Heritage Bank | HomeStreet Bank | JP Morgan Chase | KeyBank | Opus Bank | People's Bank | Qualstar Credit Union | Salal Credit Union | Seattle Metropolitan Credit Union | Sound Credit Union | Umpqua Bank | Union Bank | U.S. Bank | Washington Federal | Wells Fargo
Participants should have a general interest in banking; prior experience with cash handling and customer service is preferred. Basic requirements for enrollment include:
- 18-years or older
- High school diploma or GED
- Basic computer skills
- English proficiency
- Must pass a background check
- Additional eligibility requirements may apply
New classes start throughout the year; please call or email the contacts listed above for more information.