Selective Insurance partners with Sussex County Community College for an Employee Enrollment Day

Article Posted -- August 26, 2014

Selective Insurance partners with Sussex County Community College for an Employee Enrollment Day

Sussex County Community College (SCCC) and Selective Insurance will be partnering in an organization-wide Employee Enrollment Day on Tuesday, August 26 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.  This Open House event is for Selective Insurance employees and their families only and will be held at the Selective Insurance facility in Branchville,  NJ. Light refreshments will be provided.

The Admissions Director, Counselors, and Financial Aid representatives from SCCC will be visiting Selective Insurance to announce new and current program offerings, to discuss student support services available and to highlight the many transfer academic agreements that SCCC has with many four-year colleges and universities. These agreements allow seamless transition for SCCC students into bachelor and master’s degree programs with Centenary College, East Stroudsburg University, Fairleigh Dickinson University, Felician College, Montclair State University, Seton Hall University, Ramapo College, and soon, Berkeley College.

Established in the 1920’s in Branchville, Selective Insurance offers customer-focused property and casualty insurance and is rated “A” (Excellent) and ranked as the 44th largest P&C insurance group in the United States by A.M. Best Co. Selective employees create the competitive advantages that make Selective one of the best regional insurance organizations in the marketplace. Selective Insurance also supports its employees who are seeking college degrees and advanced certifications and offers tuition support at SCCC.

Karen DiMaria, Vice President of Institutional Advancement at SCCC noted, “Through public/private partnerships like this Employee Enrollment Day at Selective Insurance, SCCC is working to support area employers and Chambers of Commerce to keep our workforce and communities vibrant while ensuring that our students have the tools they need to succeed.”