Conversant Tag
July 30, 2015

Organ donation gives teller a second chance

In Texas, a Wells Fargo service manager’s donated kidney returned one of her tellers to health — and spotlights the need for more organ donations by African Americans.
July 28, 2015

Corporate ‘culture’ is rooted in how people behave

Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf says a company’s culture comes down to understanding what you need to do each day — and why.
July 23, 2015

A little training, and Goodwill, go a long way for job hunters

Using a focused curriculum, a Goodwill Easter Seals program in Minnesota has found success, and jobs, for prospective financial services employees.
A graduation cap sits atop a pile of cash. Our Communities
July 27, 2015

Panel: Keeping the faith in higher education despite rising costs, debt

In a program sponsored by Wells Fargo, a trio of education-finance experts offer an analysis of rising student-loan debt and make a case for still believing in the value of a college education.
Second Harvest Food Bank of Metrolina feeds hungry kids through its backpack program and with help from Wells Fargo volunteers.
Our Communities
July 16, 2015

Backpacks full of food fill hungry kids’ stomachs in summer

Second Harvest Food Bank feeds hungry kids in North Carolina and South Carolina through its backpack program — with help from Wells Fargo volunteers.
With a new warehouse and innovative machinery, Owen Industries of Carter Lake, Iowa, continues to grow its reputation as a steel processor.
Your Success
July 15, 2015

Family-owned steel processor is forging its own competitive advantage

The owners of Owen Industries in Carter Lake, Iowa, are using their new warehouse (and innovative machinery) to continue growing the company’s reputation as a steel processor.
Wounded veterans train to climb a mountain
July 14, 2015
Our Communities

A team of wounded veterans begins training for the climb of a lifetime

The 2015 Warriors to Summits team of wounded veterans is training to climb Gannett Peak in Wyoming — and building skills to help deal with issues in their civilian lives.
Volunteers pack food for Grandma’s House of Hope
July 9, 2015
Our Communities

Community replenishes food for homeless children

Thieves stole thousands of meals destined for homeless kids in Santa Ana, California — but then a community sprang into action to aid Grandma’s House of Hope.
Wells Fargo is helping refugees find jobs as tellers in Des Moines.
July 7, 2015
Our Communities

Refugees find a way to better serve their Iowa community

Wells Fargo team members in Des Moines join forces to find tellers who speak their refugee customers’ languages — and provide jobs in the process.
A Wells Fargo team member spent a year of military leave with the Army Reserves.
July 2, 2015
Our Values

Atten-hut! ‘Great instincts’ serve reservist well

A Wells Fargo team member spent one year of military leave with the U.S. Army Reserves and returned with enhanced skills that serve her team well.
Veteran Brian Poole offers tips for veterans making the transition from military to civilian life.
July 2, 2015
Our Values

A veteran’s advice on transition from military to corporate life

Brian Poole retired from the Army after 21 years and offers tips for veterans making the transition to civilian life — as well as suggestions for managers hiring veterans.
Melissa Warner was able to buy a new home with the help of Wells Fargo
June 30, 2015
Your Success

For this mother and son, home is where the stairway is

Buying a home seemed out of reach for this single mom in Virginia — until she chose to work one-on-one with Wells Fargo.