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Capital One

 

 

 

Capital One Member Profile

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Why We Lead

Investing in our communities provides us with the opportunity to strengthen our relationships among community members – neighbors, small business owners, our associates, and those nonprofit partners who enable us to expand our reach and use our resources for good. In this way, we believe that both the community and our business benefit.

Our Mission

We have a history of innovation—from our early days as a small bank division to our current status as a world-class Fortune 500 company. At Capital One, we recognize that our people, our culture, and our customers contribute equal parts to our success. At the heart of our success is the Capital One® culture. We provide our associates with a dynamic environment combined with two key values: Excellence and Do the Right Thing. We take pride in encouraging our associates to think independently in a collaborative setting and to present creative ideas to senior management. It's this type of innovative thinking that is a major part of our corporate growth as well as the overall success of Capital One.

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Recent Posts

Wilmington Sees Significant Decrease In Crime

January 18, 2019
“Our state can’t be successful if the City of Wilmington is not successful.”   Governor John Carney frequently reminds others how vital Wilmington’s success is to the entirety of the state. So what would make Wilmington successful? For WLA members, it is the focus on Economic Development, Education, Leadership, and Livability. While we often share...

It Takes One Year To Change- YearUp Wilmington’s Success

January 15, 2019
125. That is the number of students enrolled at YearUp Wilmington currently, which is hosted by WLA member, Wilmington University. Providing year-long programs focusing on IT and business, Year Up changes the lives of students through six months of courses and an additional six months of a paid internship.   YearUp The program is free...

WLA Members Come Together To Support IT Works Fall Semester Graduates

January 04, 2019
When you first walk into WLA Member Christiana Care‘s Wilmington location, you don’t expect balloons and lines of people waiting to watch their kids graduate. On the morning of Thursday, December 20th however that’s exactly what happened, as the hospital hosted TechImpact’s ITWorks Wilmington graduation ceremony.   ITWorks: An Overview This workforce development initiative is a...