Profiles in Courage

Meet some of our current employees with military experience and learn more about their experiences at Travelers.

Adam, Project Manager, Air ForceAdam, Project Manager, Air Force

I accepted a position at Travelers because the company values investment in people and their professional development. I was also impressed with the laid-back and down-to-earth people I met during my interviews. I continue to stay at the company because of the vast number of opportunities for future growth and advancement. Learn more 

Bryan, Product Strategy Director, MarinesBryan, Product Strategy Director, Marines

While it may not seem exciting on the outside, insurance is much more interesting once you begin to explore it. It’s an industry with enormous possibilities and many fields of expertise. If you are actively seeking a position, make sure you understand what position you want and if it is a fit for you. If you’re just getting introduced to the industry, listen with an open mind to those who work in it. You may be pleasantly surprised – I certainly was. Learn more 

Butch, Product Manager, NavyButch, Product Manager, Navy

I applied for that Information Technology Leadership Development Program (ITLDP) at Travelers because I wanted the opportunity to learn in a rotational program. When I transitioned from the military, I wasn’t sure what kind of job was the best fit for me in corporate America. A rotation program helped me try a bunch of different things. I also wanted the opportunity to lead others, which was an essential part of the ITLDP. It was a good opportunity for me to begin using the skills I learned in the military in corporate America. Learn more 

Mark, Regional Vice President, ArmyMark, Regional Vice President, Army

While in the U.S. Army in 1998, I attended a Junior Military Officer’s Hiring Conference. I received some information for a job with Travelers Bond and I signed up for an interview the next afternoon. I was drawn to the company by the opportunity to conduct financial analysis, contract underwriting, marketing to agents and building relationships with both agents and construction companies. Learn more 

Meet RyanSpecial Investigations Unit Investigator, Army

After 15 years in the Army, I decided to transition to a position in Corporate America. I took transition classes, networked and researched positions based on my Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) to determine what kind of civilian career would be a good fit for me. During my job search, a colleague of mine connected me with a Travelers employee and while still on transition leave, I was offered a job at Travelers. Learn more

Tosha, Field Investigator, Air ForceTosha, Field Investigator, Air Force

As a field investigator in Travelers’ Special Investigative Unit, I conduct investigations to detect fraud on claims against the company, providing investigative expertise to limit exposure and protect company assets. I enjoy this position because I am part of a team doing their best to detect, deter and defeat insurance fraud. Plus, this position provides the opportunity for me to solve puzzles, pursue a lead until I reach a guaranteed dead end and use the skills I gained as a criminal investigator in the United States Air Force Office of Special Investigations. Learn more 

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G.I. Jobs magazine has recognized Travelers as a Top Military-Friendly Employer for its military-friendly hiring practices and benefits. Travelers has been recognized on the list every year since 2007.

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