Boyce says she feels fortunate to work at Key, and the feeling is mutual.
“We are thrilled to welcome students from Saint Martin De Porres,” said Kip Clarke, KeyBank Cleveland market president, who notes that Key is celebrating its 10th anniversary as a corporate partner with Saint Martin.
“One of of the most important things we can do as Cleveland’s hometown bank is to reach out to our young people and give them the skills and experience they need to succeed in tomorrow’s workforce. And Angie makes it easy. By all accounts from everyone on the team, she is an absolute joy to work with.”
By the time they graduate, Saint Martin students will have spent close to 150 full days immersed in practical lessons on basic business skills, effective workplace communication, standard professional conduct and practical teamwork through the CWSP – all on top of their rigorous academic curriculum. Not many high schoolers have the opportunity to participate in such an extensive real-world work atmosphere.
This is the message Boyce carries forward as a member of the Saint Martin Recruiting Force, introducing the Saint Martin experience to prospective students.
“My job at Key is usually the number one thing I tell them about,” said Boyce. “I tell them I get to work downtown and learn how to be successful and meet my goals. It makes them excited to come to Saint Martin.”