One PacificCoast Bank and Foundation’s Now Accepting Applications for 2014 Beneficial Banking Summer Internship

We are looking for graduate and undergraduate students to join us for an 8-week internship this summer.

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Oakland, CA (PRWEB) March 21, 2014

One PacificCoast Bank and Foundation are thrilled to offer several summer internship opportunities at their Oakland, Sacramento and Seattle branches. These internship opportunities are for MBA, graduate students and exceptional undergraduates to apply their skills and experience in a dynamic, innovative organization that is pioneering “Beneficial Banking.”

Application deadlines are quickly approaching (March 28th for many of the internships) and students are encouraged to submit their completed application as soon as possible. For more information on the internship program, visit: http://www.onepacificcoastbank.com/join-our-team.aspx.

These 8-week projects are challenging and designed to contribute to the intern’s career development. To supplement the learning experience, interns will gain exposure to community and socially-responsible banking through a series of “Beneficial Banking” workshops led by experts in the fields of community banking, investing, and finance.

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One PacificCoast Bank, FSB was founded in 2007 by Tom Steyer and Kat Taylor, One PacificCoast Bank is a FDIC-insured, Certified Development Financial Institution (CDFI) and SBA Preferred Lender headquartered in Oakland, CA. In addition to banking services for individuals, businesses and nonprofits, One PacificCoast Bank works with the One PacificCoast Foundation to increase financial capacity, affordable housing and environmental conservation in the low and moderate income communities it serves. One PacificCoast Bank operates from a triple-bottom-line perspective, measuring financial as well as social and environmental outcomes. The Bank also has branches and offices in Sacramento, CA (LPO), Portland, OR, Seattle, WA, and Ilwaco, WA.

For additional information, please visit http://www.opcb.com.


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