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Bank Teller Training Program for Unemployed Latinos Gets Underway


LAKEWOOD, Colo.,  -- Solera National Bank, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Solera National Bancorp, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: SLRK), announced today it has partnered with Mi Casa Resource Center to develop a Bank Teller Training Program. This intensive, five-week course prepares bilingual individuals to begin careers in the financial services industry.


Since its founding in 1976, Mi Casa Resource Center has served thousands of low-income individuals. Its mission is to advance the economic success of Latino families through three program areas - business, career, and youth and family development. Mi Casa offers entrepreneurial training and business consulting services in English and Spanish; career training for high-growth industries and job placement assistance; after-school enrichment with career, business and leadership training for youth; and educational opportunities for adults, including English as a Second Language and GED classes.


Doug Crichfield, President & CEO of Solera National Bank commented, "The partnership with Mi Casa allows Solera to continue to expand our corporate mission of promoting educational initiatives in the Hispanic community. We are excited to support this particular program which could provide a source of qualified candidates for future employment at Solera."


Mi Casa's Executive Director, Christine Marquez-Hudson said, "Solera National Bank has played a pivotal role in helping us get this program off the ground. Our goal is to help talented individuals -- particularly those bilingual in English and Spanish -- enter a rewarding career path in banking. Together with Solera and our other banking partners, we are achieving mutually beneficial objectives."


Solera National Bank is a traditional, community commercial bank with a core-competency in understanding and servicing the culturally diverse and dynamic Hispanic market.


    For more information, please contact:

    Mr. Doug Crichfield, President & CEO
    Solera National Bank
    Tel: 303-937-6429




SOURCE Solera National Bank

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