Finance & Insurance

  • The financial services industry consists of both public sector and private sector organizations involved in the provision of finance and related financial services.

    Credit unions are financial institutions, like banks, except the members own the credit union. They are nonprofit entities that aim to serve their members rather than seeking to earn a profit. 

    A bank is a financial institution licensed to receive deposits and make loans. Banks may also provide financial services such as wealth management, currency exchange, and safe deposit boxes. There are several different kinds of banks including retail banks, commercial or corporate banks, and investment banks.

    The insurance sector is made up of companies that offer risk management in the form of insurance contracts. The basic concept of insurance is that one party, the insurer, will guarantee payment for an uncertain future event. Meanwhile, another party, the insured or the policyholder, pays a smaller premium to the insurer in exchange for that protection on that uncertain future occurrence. Common types of insurance include life insurance, auto insurance, homeowners/renters insurance, health insurance and disability insurance.


  • Accounting

  • Auditing

  • Call Center Associate

  • Data Analytics

  • Entry Level Office Clerk

  • Facilities Associate

  • Finance Controller

  • Lending Specialist

  • Loan Support Specialist

  • Member Service Representative

  • Operations Associate

  • Professional Development Associate

  • Relationship Banking Associate

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