Commercial Banking Program Advisory Board
We’re proud to introduce our Commercial Banking Program at Mays Business School. It’s a high impact academic program in the Department of Finance and is designed to equip students with the banking and finance skills needed for a career in banking. This program prepares students to serve the personnel needs of banking organizations in the state of Texas and the United States.
How does it work?
The banking program is a partnership between Texas A&M University and member banks of the Advisory Board of Directors. Established in 2011, there are over 40 member banks involved in the governance of the program that work closely with students and faculty. Bankers are integrally involved in all aspects of the program, including admissions, classroom teaching, fundraising, mentoring, special activities, field trips and more. Due to the active involvement of member bankers, students gain a balance of academic and professional industry training to place them on the path of success in banking careers.
Benefits for the bank
- Top talent students to fill banking industry’s talent gap
- Banking executives as guest lecturers/instructors in commercial banking courses
- Contributing as a board member of the program’s Advisory Board
- Priority access to graduating students for full-time employment offers
- Student summer internship experience with your bank
- Opportunity to mentor students one on one
- Networking with bankers from around the United States
Representatives from banks operating around Texas are directly involved with the Commercial Banking Program. This program was developed as a way to serve students at Mays Business School interested in commercial banking and develop a pipeline of talent for the banking industry in Texas.
2017 – 2018 Advisory Board Members
|Allegiance Bank||Central Bank||Frost Bank||Southside Bank||Woodforest National Bank|
|Amarillo National Bank||Citibank||Green Bank||Southwest Bank|
|Amegy Bank||Citizens National Bank||Guaranty Bank & Trust||Texas Capital Bank|
|American National Bank of Texas||Comerica Bank||Independent Bank||Texas National Bank|
|Austin County State Bank||Commerce Bank||JPMorgan Chase||The Bank & Trust BCS|
|BancorpSouth Bank||Community Bank & Trust||Moody National Bank||The Bank of San Antonio|
|Bank of America||Community National Bank & Trust of Texas||Mutual of Omaha Bank||The Independent Bankers Bank|
|Bank of Oklahoma/BOK Financial||Community Bank of Texas||North Dallas Bank & Trust||Trustmark Bank|
|Broadway National Bank||First Financial Bank||PlainsCapital Bank||Veritex Community Bank|
|Cadence Bank||First United Bank & Trust||Prosperity Bank||Wells Fargo Bank|
2017 -2018 Associate Members
|Federal Reserve Bank (Houston & Dallas)||Independent Community Bankers Association||Texas Bankers Association||Risk Management Association|
|Independent Bankers Association of Texas||J.Keith Hughey Company||Texas Department of Banking|
2017 – 2018 Affiliate Members
|CroweHorwath||Haginas & Shillings||Hunton & Williams||WFA Group|
|FEDFIS||Harper & Pearson||Pattillo, Brown & Hill||WhitleyPenn|
|Fenimore, Kay, Harrison & Ford||Hilltop Banc Systems||SouthWest Business Corporation|