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Reflections on Military Service: The Return to Civilian Life

By Sheri Rhoades | June 2, 2020

Penn Mutual’s long-standing commitment to veterans is evident in their support of programs that assist in transitioning to civilian life and offer career opportunities in financial services. The company’s support… Read More

Honoring our Heroes One Scholarship at a Time

By Ted Digges, Captain, SC, USN (Ret.) | May 21, 2020

We hear a lot about heroes today. And deservedly so. Our nation’s veterans have earned hero status, and we give them our deepest respect and gratitude for their service to… Read More

Veterans Launching Their Careers in Financial Services

By Mickey Rosenzweig | November 15, 2018

Of all the things I’m involved in at The American College of Financial Services, what excites me most is the Penn Mutual Center for Veterans Affairs. Earlier this year, the Center surpassed the $2 million scholarship milestone, but that could easily be $10 million. I believe it is time for us to take this program to the next level.

The Travis Manion Foundation: Instilling Character in the Next Generation of Leaders

By Ryan Manion | May 23, 2017

The idea of character education is something that’s desperately needed in our society, and the idea also resonates with the veterans. One of the biggest challenges facing many veterans is losing that sense of feeling connected to something bigger than themselves. Many of the veterans in Travis Manion Foundation programs have found that working with kids and teaching them about what it means to be a leader is an avenue to regain that connection.

Making the Transition from Military to Civilian Life

By Dennis Wilson | November 8, 2016

I joined the Navy for personal reasons. I had dropped out of college, and I felt lost. My great uncle told me stories about my grandfather and how serving in the Navy had changed his life. My mom was against it, but joining the Navy turned out to be the best decision I ever made. Then it came time for me to leave the military and rejoin civilian life.

Thanking Returning Veterans by Launching Their Careers in Financial Services

By Eileen C. McDonnell | November 11, 2014

Interested in finding a disciplined, highly-trained workforce that knows the value of hard work and getting the job done? On Veterans Day, we here at Penn Mutual remember the great sacrifice paid by members of our nation’s military, as well as the possibilities they bring to the American workplace.