Fidelity Bank Careers
Fidelity Bank is committed to supporting the needs of our communities that we serve.
As a banking institution, Fidelity Bank understands the importance of financial literacy and education. This type of education provides the skills and tools you need to secure you and your family’s financial future. Regardless of your age or your financial portfolio, now is always the perfect time to start making informed financial decisions for you and your future.
Fidelity Bank voluntarily offers classes and presentations on a wide variety of banking, credit and financial topics. Our employees volunteer in local schools and organizations such as churches, cultural associations, schools, public and private businesses, retirement communities and even summer camps throughout our community.
Fidelity Bank partners with several schools and day care centers in "Partners in Education, " a program devoted to teaching young students about the importance of money management. Fidelity Bank employees make presentations at PTA meetings, set up a "teller station" for children who wish to open a Little Lion’s Savings account or who have an account and would like to make a deposit. It’s our pleasure to provide this service, because we understand the importance of familiarizing children with banking transactions.
Fidelity Bank is also an active participant in the American Banker’s Association "Get Smart About Credit" program. The curriculum is geared to help people at any age enhance their money management skills and understand basic financial services. Fidelity Bank strives to increase financial literacy and positively influence individuals to begin and continue a successful financial future. If you know of a school, community group or organization with a need for any of the services listed above, please contact one of our convenient branch locations for more details.
Fidelity Bank Philanthropy
Fidelity Bank’s community commitment would not be possible without the time and effort of our employees. Fidelity Bank encourages and supports employees who choose to participate in volunteer initiatives, which assist organizations within our communities. Not only do our employees volunteer their time for these groups, we also provide financial resources to some of the companies listed below.
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