September 30, Citigroup presents a webinar on jobs for Veterans at Citigroup, CitiSalutes Veteran’s Hiring initiative, consumer banking/teller and other roles, a description of career progression, and the next steps toward an interview.
This 25 to 45 minute Webinar includes open Q&A.
City Veteran Recruiter Lance Johnson invites you to attend this online meeting.
Please click the Meeting URL and click on “Join” at 1:00pm (1300 hours) or use the “Call Me” feature instead if dialing into the audio portion of the meeting.
Topic: Why Citi
Date: Wednesday, September 30, 2015
Time: 1:00 pm PDT; 4:00 pm EDT (New York, GMT-04:00)
Meeting Number: 641 484 731
Meeting Password: 123CitiVet
To join the online meeting (Now from mobile devices!)
1. Go to https://citigroup.webex.com/
citigroup/j.php?MTID= me4793e11869220e162d3e26b1fa9d 508
2. If requested, enter your name and email address.
3. If a password is required, enter the meeting password: 123CitiVet 4. Click “Join”.
Citi launched Citi Salutes, as one-stop resource that consolidates all of Citi’s programs, products and partnerships that support the greater veterans’ community. Housed at CitiSalutes.com, the initiative encompasses our long-term commitment to create career opportunities at Citi and within the financial services industry; Citi banking products and services tailored to military customers; money management tools and resources to build financial capability; and information about Citi’s long-time partnerships with veteran service organizations (VSOs).
“In launching Citi Salutes, we are providing members of our nation’s Armed Services, past and present, with a centralized resource to meet a range of unique needs,” said Citi CEO Vikram Pandit. “Citi is committed and honored to provide meaningful personal and professional opportunities, specialized products, and the best possible service to those who have dedicated themselves to protecting and defending their fellow Americans.”
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