Pittsfield Cooperative Employee Graduates New England School for Financial Studies

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PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Heather Archibald, a senior accountant at the Pittsfield Cooperative Bank, recently graduated from the New England School for Financial Studies at Babson College.

The school provides banking professionals with the tools they need to manage in today's changing financial climate and broadens their skills to become more valuable employees to the customers and the bank.

Archibald joined the bank in 1995 as a teller.  

"Congratulations to Heather Archibald on her successful completion and graduation from the New England School for Financial Studies," J. Jay Anderson, president and CEO of the Pittsfield Cooperative Bank, said. "This intensive and well-respected program of studies requires a significant commitment of time and effort on the student's part.

"We know that Heather will bring the knowledge and lessons learned to the customers and employees of the Pittsfield Cooperative Bank."

 


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