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Zoe Collins Rath

Zoe Collins Rath

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I am a 2019 intern who recently graduated from the University of Colorado with degrees in history and journalism and a minor in Spanish. History to me was story time in school and it was the class that went by the fastest in high school. I love that this internship allows me to learn more about the company every day and share it with people who assume that Wells Fargo is just a bank. With my time here, I have learned that it is more than that. With both degrees, I feel a sense of obligation to write about the past to teach people in the present in order to create a better future. When my time in San Francisco is complete, I will be earning my master’s degree in journalism at Northwestern University at the Medill School of Journalism in my home city, Chicago.

Stories from this author


History

How Wells Fargo helped San Francisco’s cable cars get up the hill

San Francisco’s cable cars have been an important part of the city’s identity — and Wells Fargo has been there to help fund and preserve them since the 1870s.


History

When banner ads roamed the earth, big names got a start

Wells Fargo wagons once boasted beautiful banner ads created by well-known artists such as Adolph Treidler and Edward Hopper.