Monday, October 26, 2020

Education

Professional development plays a vital role in banking today. When bankers are well-trained for their jobs, everyone wins -- the bankers, their banks, shareholders and, of course, customers. Recognizing the critical importance of training, the Oklahoma Bankers Association offers an extensive lineup of seminars and schools covering almost every area of bank operations. See our events calendar for upcoming education events. We also provide timely Web seminars.

The Latest

GSB-Madison establishes military scholarship

Bankers eligible for this scholarship must be serving or have served honorably as an active duty, Reserve, or National Guard member of one of the Armed Services of the United States. Bankers who are military spouses or spouses of veterans are also eligible to apply. This scholarship is available in the amount of $1,500 for each year of the student’s attendance (approximately one-third of the annual tuition fees) for a total value of $4,500. Applications are available here: https://www.gsb.org/about-gsb/about-scholarships.php.

Learn more about BankWebinars.com

The online training used by the OBA, webinar training by BankWebinars.com offers a flexible solution to meet your Financial Institution’s needs. Save time by using webinar training to train your employees more efficiently. Our 2-hour programs permit trainees to spend as little time away from the office as possible. Since they can train right from their desk, there is no time spent traveling! You can also choose pre-recorded webinars from our extensive on-demand library.

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Janis Reeser

Janis Reeser, Executive Vice President/Education

Email: janisr@oba.com      |      Phone: Ext. 108

Reeser joined the OBA in 1984 as education secretary and was quickly promoted to Director of Banking Schools. She has been in her current position for over 15 years. She is a graduate of Leadership Oklahoma and devotes much of her time to Junior Achievement. She serves on boards and committees of the Oklahoma Council on Economic Education and the United Way.