Bank Teller Training Program
Are you interested in starting a career in the banking industry? JVS’s Bank Teller Training Program will help you gain the skills you need to launch your career. Our graduates are prepared to work as tellers in commercial and retail bank locations.
This 7-week training program is free for participants. Previous bank partners for this program include TD Bank, Rockland Trust, Santander Bank, Citizens Bank, and East Boston Savings Bank.
- Bank product offerings
- Teller responsibilities
- Banking industry knowledge
- Bank safety
- Customer service
- Cross-selling skills
- Financial literacy skills
- 80+ hours of classroom time and workshops with our bank partners
- Job search and placement support
- On-going support following graduation
• Eligible to work in the United States
• Computer and English proficiency
• Clean background check, credit score taken into consideration
• High school diploma (from any country)
• Interest in working in the banking industry
• Preferred: 3-6 months of cash handling and customer service experience
• Attend an information session. Click here to find an upcoming information session.
“JVS took my family from low-income to middle-class income. Thank you very much for that.” – Osman, Bank Teller Training Program graduate
“I worked for 10 years in a bank in Peru. I was sure that because of my experience, getting a job as a bank teller in the United States would be easy. I sent dozens of applications to banks of all sizes, and after a long wait, finally was invited to interview, but I was not hired. I decided I needed a training school and found the JVS Bank Teller Training Program. Here, I refreshed and upgraded my knowledge of Bank’s products and services, I learned how to write a winning resume, and how to conduct a successful interview.This year I got a job—indeed I got a career that is a life-changing event. I am now a Customer Service and Sales Representative with East Cambridge Savings Bank.” -Pedro Espinoza, Bank Teller Training Program graduate
Our next training cycle starts on November 27th.
Interested applicants must attend ONE information session to apply. Registration is not required.
See all upcoming information sessions here.
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