Credit Analyst II, The Bank of San Antonio
What do our company values of Integrity, Service, and Ownership mean to you? It means operating at a high level to ensure I represent the Bank accordingly and provide exceptional service.
How has your military service helped shape you? My service experience helped shape me by teaching me that my team is only as strong as its weakest link.
How have the values you learned in the military translated into civilian life? For me, learning discipline and integrity has translated into civilian life by making me a hardworking and honest employee, father, and overall person.
Relationship Banker I, The Bank of San Antonio
How has your military service helped shape you? My military service helped shape me through the Air Force’s core values: Integrity, Service Before Self, and Excellence in All We Do. The Air Force solidified my personal and professional values of structure, discipline, teamwork, and integrity. These are the same values that TPB strives for.
How have the values you learned in the military translated into civilian life? The structure, discipline, and teamwork I learned in the Air Force have translated quite easily into civilian life. I learned from all to build for all.
Relationship Banker III, The Bank of Austin
It means keeping the customer’s needs foremost in my mind, providing a high level of service while also maintaining the bank’s outstanding reputation.
How has your military service helped shape you?
My service taught me discipline and the ability to work with different types of people and personalities to achieve common goals.
How have the values you learned in the military's translated into civilian life? Attention to detail, and the value of a well-done job, regardless of the size of the task.
VP, HR Business Manager, Texas Partners Bank
My values from the military have helped me transition into the civilian world by providing me with a foundation of a mission mindset. That may sound very military, but having a mission mindset is knowing where you are, what you stand for, and working towards where you want to go. I use that at home with my family and at work. We live in a world that is ever changing and sometimes the tactics of the mission need to change, but what the military has taught me is not to just be a lifelong learner, but a life long re-learner so I can continue evolve with the knowledge, skills and abilities needed to accomplish the mission in this day and age.