Bank of America to Host Virtual Career Night, March 11

Bank of America to Host Virtual Career Night, March 11

Students at the Dolan School

Learn about careers in consumer banking, wealth management, global commercial banking, and more! Students of all majors are invited to network with members of the Merrill and Bank of America team.

On Thursday, March 11 at 5 p.m. students are invited to take part in the Bank of America Career Night hosted by the Fairfield Dolan Career Development Center. Students from all majors are welcome to attend the virtual event and should register on Life@Fairfield.

The evening will kick off with a welcome from Nikolas Totaro ’04, director and market executive of the Stamford market within Merrill Lynch Wealth Management, followed by introductions from the other participants including: President, Bank of America Southern CT & Commercial Banking Market Executive Bill Tommins; Consumer Market Executive Dani Cassidy; Private Bank Market Executive Emily Dreas; Commercial Banking Relationship Manager Meg Scott; and Claudine Rippa of Global Human Resources. Students will then take part in 15-minute rotating breakout sessions, including Q&A.

“Career Night will be a great opportunity for students to learn more about the industry and to network with members of the Merrill and Bank of America team,” said Totaro. “Fairfield has such a strong alumni network, and these events are invaluable for students as they prepare to enter the workforce.”

This event is made possible thanks to the generosity of the Bank of America Charitable Foundation and the Bank’s ongoing support of the Fairfield Dolan Professional Development Series (PDS). The PDS combines direct business experiences with exceptional academic learning, and provides career exploration and networking opportunities between experienced corporate professionals and Fairfield students. 

Bank of America Career Night

Date: Thursday, March 11, 2021
Time: 5 p.m.
Location: Online

Additional Details:

Students will take part in 15-minute rotating breakout sessions including Q&A. Students of all majors are welcome to attend.

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Last modified: 03-04-21 10:57 PM

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