Banking Services

Employees working in the Banking Service pathway provide loans, credit and payment services to business and individuals.

Courses in banking services will help prepare students who may be interested in careers such as: 

  • Abstractor
  • Accountant
  • Acquisitions Specialist
  • Bill and Account Collector
  • Branch Manager
  • Compliance Officer
  • Credit
  • Analyst
  • Credit Report Provider
  • Customer Service Representative
  • Data Processor
  • Debt Counselor
  • Financial Manager
  • Financial Planner
  • Internal Auditor
  • Loan Officer
  • Loan Processor
  • Mortgage Broker
  • Operations Manager
  • Relationship Manager
  • Repossession Agent
  • Title Researcher and Examiner
  • Teller
  • Trust Officer    
  • Network Services Technician

Education Requirements

Bank tellers and other clerks usually need only a high school education. Most banks seek people who have good basic math and communications skills, enjoy public contact and feel comfortable handling large amounts of money.

Sales representatives in financial services and workers in executive, administrative and managerial banking jobs usually have a college degree.

The Institute of Financial Education and the American Institute of Banking offer courses that help prepare workers for positions with more responsibilities. 

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