Lack of banking experience is not a barrier to working with Key. We value your commitment and service to our nation and recognize that your unique set of skills and experiences help make our organization stronger.


The values and leadership gained through your service are an invaluable asset to Key, and our promise is to help match your skills to the best possible employment opportunities. Our aim is to hire and retain veterans and their spouses to enable them to pursue fulfilling and rewarding careers as part of our workplace community. Key has a strong record in supporting military members and their families. We are dedicated to recruiting, developing and retaining:



Military spouses


Success is built on a highly engaged workforce. Our Key Business Impact & Networking Groups (KBINGs) are critical to our service member recruiting vision and strategy. These employee resource groups help us attract, engage, develop and retain a diverse workforce and inform our business strategy. Our KBINGs are open to all employees, including:

  • African Heritage
  • Asian
  • Champions of People with Disabilities
  • Hispanic-Latinx
  • Jewish Cultural
  • Key for Lifetime Contributors
  • Key Legal Exchange
  • Key Military Network
  • Key Women’s Network
  • Key Young Professionals
  • Parents are Key

Career Growth

We value your experience and provide continuous career growth, so we can reach our full potential together through on-the-job training programs and facilitated learning experiences.

Key leaders care for their employees. Key has done so much for me. They have invested in my professional development and opened doors for me I could never have imagined. I never thought I’d work in banking, but I can now tell you my allegiance is with Key.

Stephen Pease, Area Retail Leader

Key Military Network

Our Key Military Network, one of our Key Business Impact & Networking Groups, is critical to strengthening relationships in the communities where we live, serve, and work while enhancing our inclusive culture.

Hiring Our Nation's Heroes

Lack of banking experience is not a barrier to working at Key. We value your commitment and service to our nation and recognize that your unique set of skills and experiences help make our organization stronger. We have several parts of our organization that does not require individuals to have a financial background.

Awarded for Our Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Our commitment to diversity is reflected in the awards we've received. We have an exciting record of ten years of perfect Corporate Equality Index scores. DiversityInc has named us a Top 50 Company for six consecutive years. And we've achieved even more:

Diversity & Inclusion

11x winner

DiversityInc Top 50 Companies for Diversity (2005, 2007-2009, 2014-2020)

Diversity & Inclusion

2x winner

DiversityInc Top Companies for People with Disabilities (2019-2020)

Diversity & Inclusion

2x winner

DiversityInc Top Companies for LGBT Employees (2019-2020)

Diversity & Inclusion


DiversityInc Top Companies for Veterans

12x winner

Human Rights Campaign Best Places to Work for LGBTQ Equality (2008-2011, 2013-2020)

7x winner

Points of Light's Civic 50 for Community-Minded Companies (2013, 2014, 2016-2020)

7x winner

Military Friendly® Employer (2015-2021)

5x winner

Military Friendly® Spouse Employer (2017-2021)


Bloomberg Gender-Equality Index

4x winner

National Organization on Disabilities' Leading Disability Employer Seal (2017-2020)

6x winner

Black EOE Journal "Best of the Best" Top Employers (2015-2020)


MBN Supplier Diversity Best of the Decade

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Key is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer.