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Wells Fargo

Bank Teller

March 2016 • Denton, TX

What I liked

That they work with my school schedule and accommodate as much as they can.

What I wish was different

More room to develop

Advice

Triple count everything
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Bank Teller

August 2016 • Virginia Beach, VA

What I liked

I love the ladies that work with me.

What I wish was different

The pay

Advice

Don’t work here if you want weekends off.
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technical analyst

June - August 2018 • North, SC

What I liked

The ability to experience a new city with professional people and environment.

What I wish was different

n/a

Advice

Dont be afraid to ask for help.
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Capital Markets Technology Intern

June - August 2018 • Charlotte, NC

What I liked

Professional environment and accommodation to incoming interns.

What I wish was different

Nothing it went pretty great.

Advice

Ask as many question as you can while you are an intern.
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Bank Teller

June 2018 • San Ramon, CA

What I liked

Learning about finiancial services

What I wish was different

Done more

Advice

Not taking things to fast all at once
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Financial Anaylst

June - August 2018 • Winnipeg, Manitoba

What I liked

Awesome working environment. Learned a lot about banking and financial services while making a decent amount of money.

What I wish was different

Nothing

Advice

Utilize handshake to find good opportunities like this
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Systems Support Analyst

January - July 2019 • Philadelphia, PA

What I liked

I liked gaining the experience of learning about a job field in Information Technology and being able to work with a team of people who specialize in database systems.

What I wish was different

The work or lack thereof I should say. The quality of the work was good but the frequency of obtaining work was not always given. I would have liked to receive more tasks and would have liked to have done a lot more.

Advice

Well for me, it made me realize that IT wasn’t really for me. I found no interest in it and working with systems wasn’t something I wanted to do as my career. So I guess my piece of advice would be to make sure that you know what you really want and what career choice you want to pursue.
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Service manager

September 2015 - August 2018 • Klamath Falls, OR

What I liked

Fast pace, cash handling, operational task, managing a team

What I wish was different

Management being more consistent, pay gap was increased for people under me did not adjust accordingly

Advice

Need to be a quick learner, good work ethic
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Bank Teller

May 2019 • Richmond, VA

What I liked

I like the benefits and pay offered to me, as well as the more professional nature of the job.

What I wish was different

I wish the interview process had been less extended and that training had been more concise.

Advice

Don’t be afraid to interview for a position that isn’t directly related to your current job! Your experiences are more relevant than you think!
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Loan Verification Analyst

February 2007 • West Des Moines, IA

What I liked

The scheduled hours and flexibility with taking time off.

What I wish was different

Advice

Always be open and willing to change as that is one constant in the corporate world.
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Technology Intern

June - September 2021 • Miami, FL

What I liked

Awesome leadership, everyone is very nice and kind. I was able to match with a principal engineer from who I was able to learn a lot

What I wish was different

Advice

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Bank Teller

February 2019 • Mankato, MN

What I liked

Flexible hours and a great employer!

What I wish was different

More hours to be flexible with an internship.

Advice

Great start for any person looking into a finance career!
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Consumer Lending Intern

June - August 2019 • Des Moines, IA

What I liked

Everyone was incredibly welcoming. People are happy to help and want you to succeed. There was a lot of freedom to go and learn what you wanted to.

What I wish was different

I wish I had more opportunities to work with people in the field I'm interested in. You don't get a say on where you are placed, its more whoever requests an intern that's where you go

Advice

Take the initiative for your own success. Ask people how you can help and work on building your network.
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Summer Analyst

June - August 2019 • Charlotte, NC

What I liked

- The rest of the intern class - The work itself

What I wish was different

- Wish I had known going in they didn’t have a full time position available

Advice

- Network throughout the firm
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Sales and Trading Intern

June - August 2019 • New York City, NY

What I liked

The people were great and the program was set up in a way that you were very hands-on for a sales and trading role. There were also many opportunities to network with people around the firm and get exposure to any group that you were interested in. As a rotational program, they also take into consideration what desks you prefer and where they think you will excel, making the process in general very smooth and allows you to stay interested in what you were doing.

What I wish was different

Nothing. Overall, a great experience.

Advice

Make sure that you are proactive in networking and building your network both before, during and after the internship.
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Investment Banking Analyst Intern

June - August 2018 • Houston, TX

What I liked

Amount of learning in the short span of 10 weeks

What I wish was different

Advice

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Analyst (Investment Banking)

June - August 2019 • Charlotte, NC

What I liked

Hard work, awesome culture, great location, great pay.

What I wish was different

Summer cyclicality made it hard, stone dead weeks some intense ones.

Advice

Don't discredit it because it's not NY or CA.
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Analyst

June - August 2018 • Charlotte, NC

What I liked

My summer experience was incredibly challenging and rewarding. I worked incredibly long hours, but I learned so much the 2.5 months I was at Wells. Everyone in my group was excited to teach me new things about the industry and the technology involved in my job. Although I did not have much of a life beyond work, I loved my summer experience.

What I wish was different

I wish I had a better idea of what long hours would feel like– it took a solid month before I got into the swing of balancing life chores with work. Other than that, I would not change anything. The firm and location were great.

Advice

Don't be afraid to ask questions, reach out for help, and take chances. The best way to learn is by doing, and you must remember that growth happens when mistakes are made!
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Consumer, Healthcare and Gaming Investment Banking Summer Analyst

June - August 2017 • Charlotte, NC

What I liked

I loved the people. I enjoyed working with my coworkers and the other summer analysts. I liked the summer program itself. It starts with a one week training program, and then you have nine weeks with your specific team. Throughout the summer they had a couple events within my team and within the intern class to get to know people around the bank.

What I wish was different

Nothing! I enjoyed the entire program and I learned a lot!

Advice

Get to know the other summer analysts! They are there for support and also to have fun! It's a great way to start to build your network of friends and coworkers.
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Investment Banking Summer Analyst

June - August 2017 • Charlotte, NC

What I liked

Amazing culture, interesting work, great people, treat you well, same responsibilities as juniors.

What I wish was different

Not enough deal flow during the summer, didn't enjoy the hierarchical style of banking

Advice

Realize whether or not you'll enjoy a career in banking
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