November 20, 2020 in Local News, Blog Posts

The Cooperative Bank of Cape Cod Believes in Supporting Cape Cod’s Young Professionals

The Cooperative Bank of Cape Cod, FDIC and DIF member, and equal housing lender, was founded in 1921 as a mutual community bank serving the residents of the Cape. They’re now a provider of financial accounts and services to both residential and business customers, and are constantly working to ensure their employees have ample opportunities to advance their careers through mentorship, professional development, and volunteering with the Cape’s wonderful non-profit community.

They strongly believe in supporting Cape Cod’s young professionals because together, they make The Coop stronger; the value of treating all employees with respect and sharing their knowledge is highly understood. But they also know that’s not enough. That’s why they offer competitive salaries, financial help with college tuition and day care subsidy programs, in addition to flexible schedules. With recently upgraded technology, they have the ability to offer remote working to many of their departments.

The Coop works hard to build strong and lasting relationships with their customers by providing great service and banking solutions that will help them reach their financial goals. They are fully committed to the communities they live and work in and will continue to support them with resources to help these communities flourish. Along with sponsoring Cape Cod Young Professionals, at their core as a community bank, they are committed to giving back to the community where they live and work. The Bank and The Coop Foundation are active within the community, supporting a variety of organizations: The Housing Assistance Corporation, Arts Foundation of Cape Cod, A Baby Center, and more.

From setting up mobile banking to getting your first mortgage, planning for a child’s college or planning for retirement, The Cooperative Bank of Cape Cod is here for their clients every step of the way. Beyond helping employees and the community, they’re here for all clients and their needs. Their role isn’t to “sell” but to offer expert guidance to help clients reach their financial goals. A key part of financial health comes from setting up meetings to reviewing individual finances on a consistent basis, or simply keeping regular communication. At The Coop, they’re here for all.