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CONSUMER BANKING DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM

  • A fast-paced program to develop retail branch managers
  • The program consists of six to nine months of management development within our 180 plus-location banking center network, systems training, a complete BOK Financial organizational overview and the opportunity to meet with all of the BOK Financial Executives including our CEO.
  • After completing training, trainees will begin work within the consumer banking center management organization.
  • Requirements: A minimum GPA of 3.2 is required. A bachelor's degree in marketing, management, finance, or other business related field is ideal for this position.

Requirements:

  • Earned a bachelor's degree, emphasis in Management or Marketing preferred
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
  • Minimum overall GPA of 3.2
  • Leadership skills and community involvement

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"The ACT program was a phenomenal experience and I was extremely fortunate to be able to participate. Through the program, I gained an in-depth exposure to all areas of the bank, which has given me a competitive edge in my career within the Consumer Division. In addition, I was able to form relationships with the other members of my ACT class which have continued both socially and professionally." -John

"The Consumer ACT program is a challenging, fast-paced, and rewarding experience. You are given the opportunity to build relationships with branch mentors and key people in other regions, all of whom are truly invested in your development and success. The program gave us an inside view of the interworking of the Consumer Bank. From working with our back office, to spending time with Expressbank, we were given a crash course into how the bank runs. I am very grateful for the opportunity and excited to see where my career will go with Bank of Texas and BOKF." -Erin

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