Ted Digges, Executive Director of the Penn Mutual Center for Veterans Affairs, was named a 2016 Veteran of Influence by the Philadelphia Business Journal.
Major General Josue "Joe" Robles Jr., USA (Ret.) will be the 2016 Soldier-Citizen Award recipient.
The American College of Financial Services and The Honor Foundation are joining forces to offer full scholarships to elite military veterans.
Transitioning active duty members looking for a second career typically need to consider: location, salary, and type of job.
A major change in the military retirement system opens an opportunity to provide financial advice.
In the financial services industry, working with clients is viewed less of a job and more of a vocation. It is a perfect fit for veterans because it requires the same kind of energy and commitment demonstrated during their time in military service.
The Penn Mutual Center for Veterans Affairs was featured in this month’s issue of G.I. Jobs Magazine!
The most recent issue of The Oakleaf, The US Navy Supply Corp’s newsletter, featured an article by the Center's Executive Director and Retired Supply Corp Captain, Ted Digges.
Voya Financial, Inc. announced today that it has awarded its second scholarship to help a veteran and/or their spouse further a career in financial services.
The American College Penn Mutual Center for Veterans Affairs announced today that it has reached a major milestone, surpassing the $1 million mark in total scholarships awarded to military veterans.