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KeyBank

investment research intern

May 2021 • Cleveland, OH

What I liked

Culture

What I wish was different

More Networking

Advice

Asking for more work
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Enterprise Payments Summer Analyst

June - August 2021 • Cleveland, OH

What I liked

Great company and culture

What I wish was different

In person, internship was remote

Advice

Connect with as many people as possible. Was able to receive a return offer because of my level of work and had many people to advocate for me.
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Undergraduate Intern

May - August 2021 • Cleveland, OH

What I liked

I liked being able to learn new skills and databases, along with working with the team and learning many new things.

What I wish was different

I would have liked to work in a few various aspects of the job instead of basically doing the same thing everyday.

Advice

I would say be open to the opportunities that come about.
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Technology Intern

June - August 2021 • Cleveland, OH

What I liked

I loved the willingness of team members to lend a helping hand and help me through any tough problems. It was also great to be in a team with other interns so we could bounce ideas off one another and learn how to effectively collaborate.

What I wish was different

Unfortunately, this was a completely remote internship, so it would have been nice to be in-person. However, the nature of the work really wasn't affected by being remote, it just would have been nice for the social/networking aspect.

Advice

Don't be afraid to ask questions/ for clarification/ for help! Everyone is so willing to help you learn and grow, you just have to take the first step.
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Technology and Operations Intern

June 2020 • Brooklyn, OH

What I liked

The work was never boring, there was always work to do. I had a good team; both the interns, employees,, and contractors were also nice and helpful. They have an excellent amount of documentation to get you started and to guide you. They mean it when they tell you to ask questions.

What I wish was different

More direction, it is very much not guided. It may be more so when in-person, but while remote, you are generally left on your own.

Advice

Never be afraid to ask questions, whether for help or direction. You won't look stupid or foolish, your boss will rather see it as genuine desire to do well and to do work.
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Bank Teller Intern

March - December 2020 • Postville, IA

What I liked

Great customers And workers.

What I wish was different

Had better time off m. More of a flexible schedule

Advice

Over all it was a great experience
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Digital Product Intern

June - August 2020 • Cleveland, OH

What I liked

pay

What I wish was different

more product management responsibilities

Advice

don't be afraid to engage yourself! even if it is virtual
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retail banking intern

June - August 2020 • Lakewood, OH

What I liked

Friendly and open work environment.

What I wish was different

Increased communication between managers and internship project leaders.

Advice

Have great customer service skills, because a large portion of the job entails that.
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Processing Assitant

April 2020 • Amherst, NY

What I liked

I really liked how understanding and helpful the management is. I appreciated the work from home, and the flexibility around school, they truly made being a student my first priority. I also learned valuable skills and gained mentors in this role.

What I wish was different

I do wish I would have had the option to work in the office setting as well as work from home. I feel like it would have helped my networking, and allowed me to learn even more from my co-workers.

Advice

Always try and/or ask, the worst anyone can do is say no. If you think a process can be improved, let management know how you think you can improve it. If you want to learn more about the process, ask.
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Retail Banking Intern

June - July 2020 • Denver, CO

What I liked

I like the fact that we still had an in-person experience and that it was a rotational program

What I wish was different

I wish that there was a bit more structure in the sense of planning. Many things felt a little last minute.

Advice

You decide how much you want to gain from this experience. There are tasks that you have to complete, but no one is forcing you to make them valuable. That is up to you.
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Consumer Credit Risk Intern

June - August 2020 • Cleveland, OH

What I liked

Culture and the willingness to have open conversations with individuals every day.

What I wish was different

Virtual format, but COVID-19 was the reason for that. The experience was still awesome and I am very grateful it was able to happen.

Advice

Learn something new every day.
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Intern

June - August 2020 • Toledo, OH

What I liked

I really liked most of the people I worked with and the training process was very thorough and organized which I liked.

What I wish was different

I wish I wouldn't have had to travel so much. Originally I was supposed to go to 10 different branches. I ended up going only to 3 but I really thought that was a good amount of time.

Advice

Don't take anything for granted and make sure you make connections!
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Home Mortgage Intern

May - August 2019 • Buffalo, NY

What I liked

The work environment is very friendly

What I wish was different

get more involved with other departments

Advice

Be yourself
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Human Resources Intern

May - August 2019 • Cleveland, OH

What I liked

The organized structure of the internship program.

What I wish was different

Advice

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Retail Management Intern

May - August 2019 • Syracuse, NY

What I liked

Had opportunities to learn; KeyBank has a training platform where you can access a lot of different resources and online courses. People were friendly and work wasn't stressful. Taught lots of soft skills and selling skills

What I wish was different

Interns are basically tellers, little independent work, sales oriented rather than knowledge

Advice

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Bank Teller

May 2018 • Rochester, NY

What I liked

increase in customer service skills

What I wish was different

more in my field

Advice

is a great experience for anyone in the business line of work
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Processing Assistant Intern

May - August 2019 • Amherst, NY

What I liked

I loved the people there and the atmosphere. Everyone was so friendly and willing to help. It realy made for a smooth transition into the workplace and made me enjoy my summer at KeyBank that much more.

What I wish was different

I wish I got to experience more job roles and maybe more intern projects, but otherwise it was perfect.

Advice

To always keep an open mind and embrace every experience. There is always something to learn and room to grow.
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Analyst

June 2014 • Buffalo, NY

What I liked

Management

What I wish was different

Better training

Advice

Keybank has great benefits. My department is very supportive of my education and work life balance.
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Key Bank Intern

May - August 2019 • Plymouth Meeting, PA

What I liked

Being a bank teller and have day to day interactions with individuals.

What I wish was different

More opportunities with the private banking and wealth management groups.

Advice

This was a good business management internship that was good pay and 40 hours a week. Very friendly staff, and was a good summer all in all.
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Corporate Banking Intern

May - August 2019 • Rochester, NY

What I liked

Loved the people I worked with. Very welcoming team and my questions were always answered.

What I wish was different

I wish I got exposure to commercial banking.

Advice

Great growing firm with solid leadership.
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