Carver Bancorp (CARV) in New York will recruit out-of-work public-housing residents to work in its branches through a program funded by Morgan Stanley (MS).

The pilot program will place a dozen participants in Carver branches for paid, temporary jobs and training. The trainees will demonstrate Carver's new Cash-Access Kiosks, which allow customers without bank accounts to cash checks, pay bills and transfer money, the company said in a press release.

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