How do I get out of the bank and into corporate/headquarters?

I am 18 I work as a teller at TD Bank in Boston I go to school for bussiness administration I don't want to be a teller for long i plan to become supervisor teller and from there i want to get out of the bank and work for corporate. Does anyone have any suggestions how i can climb the latter and get ahead? Some higher ups like me already but i really want to get going soon i don't want to be a teller in my late 20's

Asked By: - 4/10/2011
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Make friends with everyone, especially higher up managers. Tell your boss and the HR people that you want to grow into a more challenging position. Figure out where they post notice of open positions. Is it on a bulletin board or a web site? Keep an eye out for open positions that you can apply for. In the mean time... More
Answered By: hottotrot1_usa - 4/10/2011
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