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Apply your military experience to a career at Wells Fargo
We are committed to hiring and retaining military veterans, veterans with disabilities, and active military personnel. We support our uniformed services team members who return to work after active duty with a variety of jobs, confidential resources, educational information, and career guidance.
Over fifty percent of our veteran team members have been with the company for five or more years.
Wells Fargo currently has more than 8,400 self-identified veteran team members, including over 100 active military service members on leave. And Wells Fargo’s commitment to veterans doesn’t end once a job offer is made. The company strives to create a culture of caring that supports veteran team members throughout their careers.
Transitioning from military service
Wells Fargo sources and attracts veteran candidates. Listen to Mark Grgurich, Webmaster, Veterans Team Member Network, describe his transition from military service to employment at Wells Fargo.
Wells Fargo is committed to providing recruiters, hiring managers, and interviewers with the tools and knowledge needed to successfully recruit, hire, and retain veterans. As a result, the company offers many online and virtual training courses. In 2014, the company successfully launched the Enterprise Value of a Veteran training.
The Veterans’ Team Member Network’s mission is to support and educate members of our Wells Fargo community who share an interest in veteran matters. The group networks with team members and the community through outreach efforts to promote greater veteran awareness and share opportunities that enhance the professional growth and development of its membership.
When team members take extended leave to fulfill military-related service, Wells Fargo offers reemployment following their return from military service consistent with the provisions of USERRA. If a team member needs to relocate due to their spouse’s military duties, the company will provide dedicated resources to help them find a comparable position in the company.
Each year, the company contacts all self-identified veteran team members to share information about Wells Fargo’s career development process, tools, and resources. The company is dedicated to helping veteran team members grow and advance their careers based on their individual goals and aspirations.
In the workplace, Wells Fargo values the leadership, discipline and service record of military members and veterans, employing more than 7,800 team members today who self-identify as veterans. To learn more about Wells Fargo and the many career opportunities the company has to offer, visit Careers for Military Veterans.
- Wells Fargo is committed to increasing its veteran team member population to 20,000 by 2020. Through its “Hiring Our Heroes’ Military Translator” tool, Wells Fargo helps veterans translate their military skills into job skills.
- Wells Fargo offers enhanced training for hiring managers to increase their understanding of the valuable skills and experiences veterans have to offer.
- Over the last three years, Wells Fargo has successfully mentored 170 veterans through our alliance with American Corporate Partners.
- Wells Fargo has committed its support to help military veteran entrepreneurs by participating in the U.S. Small Business Administration’s (SBA) Veteran Pledge Initiative. In May 2013, Wells Fargo joined with other SBA lenders in an effort to increase SBA lending to military veteran business owners by 5 percent annually over the next five years. The industry-wide pledge is expected to result in 2,000 more SBA loans for military veteran entrepreneurs who seek financing and are ready to use credit for their business.
Military Crosswalk software easily helps veterans translate their Military Occupation Codes (MOC) into available job openings within our company.
Financial planning is for everyone — the newly enlisted, when you have a change in assignment, or for your new life separated from the military.
- We offer a combination of detailed online classes, local seminars, and on-base forums to help veterans and active-duty servicemembers with everything from basic banking and money management to preparing for homeownership.
- We’ve launched a customized version of the Hands on Banking® site, our free financial-education program, tailored to the needs of veterans and active-duty service members and their families. The program is available in English and Spanish.
- Wells Fargo and the National Foundation for Credit Counseling (NFCC) have joined forces to provide one-on-one financial reviews and deliver Hands on Banking for Military workshops through the NFCC Member Agency network. To learn more, contact your local Wells Fargo banking location or our partner, the NFCC, at SharpenToday.org or call 1-855-3-SHARPEN.
Visit any of our banking locations and talk one-on-one with a banker to help you better understand your financial picture.
Industry Type: Banking, Financial Services
Skills: Accounting, Banking, Financial Planning