The Penn Mutual Life Insurance Co. recently announced that the Penn Mutual Center for Veterans Affairs reached two milestones in its efforts to provide educational support and career opportunities to military veterans and their spouses.
The Penn Mutual Life Insurance Company is thrilled to announce that the Penn Mutual Center for Veterans Affairs has reached two major milestones in their efforts to provide educational support and career opportunities to military veterans and their spouses.
The American College Penn Mutual Center for Veterans Affairs reached a major milestone, surpassing the $2 million mark in total scholarships awarded to military veterans, active duty, and their spouses.
A generous grant from The Penn Mutual Life Insurance Company kick-started the sponsorship program at The American College in 2012. We are now fully up and running, and we’ve seen explosive growth over the last couple of years. Since the program started, we’ve awarded well over 300 scholarships, and we’re on track to award 100 this year alone.
Retirement is typically viewed as the end of the line — a time for rest, relaxation and the pursuit of interests long ago put on the back burner. But the narrative is far different for military retirees who must deal with the trials of reassimilation to civilian life.
Voya Financial, Inc. announced today that it has awarded its fourth quarter scholarship, in partnership with the American College of Financial Services, to Nancy Feldman, who aspires to further her career in the life insurance industry.