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Bank Intern Program

Bank Intern Program

PCB Bank Internship

PCB offers a professional working environment with strong core values. We seek talented and motivated individuals that are striving to learn and engage in a customer driven, team member focused, community centered environment. 

The Bank Internship is an exciting, engaging, and collaborative opportunity to provide college students with a hands-on experience. Participants learn about a variety of careers paths available in community banking through a departmental rotation format and strategic capstone project. Students selected engage directly with banking officers, executive and senior management, credit analysts, marketing programs, mortgage finance teams, commercial and retail banking groups, accounting teams, human resources, training leaders, and much more. This role requires participation with other PCB interns in a team-oriented strategic capstone project and the final project is presented to the PCB Board of Directors, Executive, and Senior Management towards the end of the internship.

Our application process will re-open in the fall of 2024.  Please check back for information and updates. In the meantime, see below to learn more about experiences of our past interns.

Cassidy Bosley

Cassidy Whetzel

My Internship Experience
"Throughout my college career, I was heavily encouraged to participate in internships. I did not, however, partake in one until the summer following my graduation. I chose to intern with PCB due to its closeness to home and I appreciated the opportunity I was given to learn what community banking entails.
Within the two months that I interned, I was given the opportunity to shadow every department within the bank for a span of time that allowed me to learn and understand the importance of that role. Throughout my internship, me and my fellow intern were assigned a project to create a presentation with the purpose of showing ways to attract the next generation of customers. We learned how essential each department is to the success of a community bank. At the end of our internship, we presented to the board and upper management what ideas and solutions we had come up with and answered any questions they had.
As the internship ended, I was invited to stay on at PCB as a Management Trainee. This role was like the internship but was on a full-time basis and allowed me to spend greater lengths of time in select departments. I began in the Customer service sector and learned how to open accounts, renew CDs, and answer any questions that may be thrown my way. After spending three months in this department, a full-time position became available, and I quickly jumped on the opportunity to join the PCB Team in full capacity. The internship and trainee program provided me with the confidence I needed to step into this new role, and the responsibilities that came with it. This experience has been a wonderful launchpad for my career in community banking."