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    Hey guys,

    Just wondering what you think about this. I have just finished college and wanting a job over summer. Instead of working at the typical fashion retailer or high street store I'm thinking about asking my local banks if I could go and work for them over summer to earn some extra money and also it would look good on my CV! I don't mind what I do, obviously I won't be doing the technical jobs, but opening mail, sorting it and filing it things like that I would be happy to do.

    Has anyone else worked for a bank part time like over summer or anything and also how would I go about contacting the bank to ask them. Should I send them an Email or go in to the branch?

    Any help would be much appreciated!!

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    If you're under 18, no chance.

    If you're over 18 you might do, but they'd need to already have a role for this - they're not going to create something especially for you! However, my friend worked in a bank as a cashier during her gap year after A Levels so it is possible.

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