Conshy’s eMoney Reaffirms Commitment To Returning Veterans To The Workforce At Philadelphia Career Expo

Conshohocken-based eMoney Advisor, a pioneer in web-based wealth management and financial planning, sponsored the Be a Hero‑Hire a Hero Career Expo held at the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia on Friday, December 7. The event, designed to assist armed forces veterans with returning to the workforce, featured more than 40 companies, federal agencies, organizations and universities.

The day-long event provided qualified veterans, their spouses and their family members with a chance to meet with résumé counselors and interview coaches, as well as take part in one-on-one meetings with companies seeking to help veterans bring their skills and experience into their organizations. For eMoney, the Career Expo represented an excellent opportunity to find qualified candidates for positions including software engineers, project managers, trainers and sales or customer service representatives to meet the growing demand among financial advisors for the company’s innovative financial planning tools and services.

“Our involvement reflects our deep gratitude towards service men and women, and a distinct opportunity to recruit candidates that we are confident will be on-point.” said Michael Zebrowski, Chief Operating Officer, eMoney. “Veterans have the same skill sets, problem-solving abilities and commitment to teamwork that have made eMoney successful.”

Sponsorship of the Be A Hero-Hire A Hero Career Expo is part of eMoney’s ongoing efforts to support our returning veterans. In January of 2012, the company served as the marquee sponsor of a Wounded Warriors Hero Night at a Philadelphia Wings lacrosse game.

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