Today, we welcome Tony Boquet, vice president of the American College. We begin our wide-ranging interview with a discussion of the Penn Mutual Center for Veteran Affairs. The Center is a scholarship-based program which helps veterans returning from different conflicts around the world to get the education they need to build careers in the financial services industry.
We also discuss new programs and designations on both the life and the benefits side of the business, including some specially targeted to new areas of concentration. We also learn how the college is also keeping up with the times with new state-of-the-art audio and video production facilities, new ways to access content, and more.
In an ever-more complex marketplace, education may be more important than ever. For more than 87 years, The American College has provided a variety of educational tracks geared to benefits and financial services professionals. As a former producer himself, Tony’s perspective and enthusiasm for the forward direction of the college makes for a great and engaging interview. Don’t miss this one!
What You’ll Learn From This Episode:
- The success stories of two Veterans Program graduates who recently received their master’s degrees.
- The reasons why the American College and financial services education is more relevant today than ever.
- All about the new Income Retirement Course and what it entails.
- The background and details about the new Special Needs designation.
- How RHU and REBC have morphed into a new designation that reflects the post-PPACA world.
- The new technology and innovations the College embraced to provide a top-notch education to their clients.