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Bank of America’s 1,800 Campus Hires to Be Trained Online, Work in Offices

The Bank of America Tower stands in New York, U.S., on Tuesday, June 9, 2020. New York City, which experienced the biggest and deadliest Covid-19 outbreak in the country, began reopening on June 8.
The Bank of America Tower stands in New York, U.S., on Tuesday, June 9, 2020. New York City, which experienced the biggest and deadliest Covid-19 outbreak in the country, began reopening on June 8.Photographer: Nina Westervelt/Bloomberg

Bank of America Corp. said the 1,800 new graduates it’s hiring will be trained online, but are likely to work in offices.

Virtual training and orientation, including any licensing needed, will begin in July for the bank’s campus hires, with the aim of having new employees at offices in October, Bank of America said Tuesday. In-office assignments will depend on local health conditions across the U.S. as the country works to come back from the Covid-19 pandemic, the company said.