BofA is one of the world’s largest and most highly respected financial institutions. It's also one of the world's most socially-conscious financial firms. Its Ally program for LGBTQ+ colleagues allows volunteers to take part in open dialogue, and it has active programs designed for many other underserved groups, including women, minorities, and veterans. Also, BofA's CEO is head of the World Economic Forum Business Council that’s working to set ESG measurement standards.
Bank of America’s roots go back more than 100 years. In 1904, Amadeo Pietro Giannini founded the Bank of Italy, which was located in San Francisco. Almost 20 years later, Giannini founded Bank of America, Los Angeles. In 1928, the two banks merged to create Bank of America. The company quickly expanded within California, and with the passing of the Bank Holding Act of 1956, Bank of America was able to expand its operations outside of California. Today, the Charlotte, N.C.-headquartered company is the largest banking institution in the U.S.
BofA offers an array of financial products such as personal banking accounts, credit cards, loans, auto loans, mortgages, business accounts, and student accounts. The firm offers full-time and part-time roles, internships, and contract work. Many positions are remote. BofA offers careers in numer...