veterans


Diversity & Inclusion

Helping veterans achieve their American dream

To help veterans succeed as business owners, Wells Fargo is funding $50,000 for two Bunker Labs entrepreneurship workshops, with a goal to train 60 veteran-owned businesses by the end of 2022.


Diversity & Inclusion

‘I never felt more free of my disability in my life’

Wells Fargo’s sponsorship of No Barriers helps people with disabilities — including veterans with nonevident disabilities — conquer both physical and financial obstacles.


Business to Business

‘It’s all about the mission’

With Wells Fargo’s help, Carmen Nazario keeps building ELYON International — a multimillion dollar, veteran- and woman-owned IT services company with a global outlook.


Diversity & Inclusion

Empowering military and veteran communities

As the U.S. celebrates Veterans Day, Wells Fargo highlights how the company is easing veterans’ transition to civilian life and strengthening communities.


Inside the Stagecoach

‘We’re opening doors for veterans’

With two job promotions in two years, a National Guardsman is among the veterans benefiting from the Boots to Banking career boot camp.


Volunteering & Giving

‘Veterans leaving the military often feel ill-equipped to handle the transition’

Viewpoints: As more veterans are exiting the military, more transitional programs are needed to support them, writes retired U.S. Army Lt. Gen. Leroy Sisco, Military Warriors Support Foundation’s founder and CEO.


Diversity & Inclusion

Wells Fargo mural celebrates groundbreaking African American journalist

Roosevelt Toston, the first African American news reporter and anchor in Las Vegas, is among those reconnecting with the past to inspire the present through the Wells Fargo Community Mural Program.


Volunteering & Giving

Investing in students’ futures

With financial support from Wells Fargo, Scholarship America is backing veterans and people with disabilities as they pursue their college education.


History

The story of one of America’s first female military pilots

Elizabeth “Betty” Wall became a member of the Women Airforce Service Pilots program during World War II after a loan from her bank helped her learn how to fly.