Financial Education for Securities, Banking, & Insurance Professionals.
FA 202 Techniques for Meeting Client Needs
FA 251 Essentials of Business Insurance
FA 257 Essentials of Life Insurance Products
FA 271 Foundations of Estate Planning
Glenn E. Stevick, Jr., ChFC®, CLU®, LUTCF is an assistant professor of insurance at The American College. He serves as an author-editor in the LUTC Program, for which his responsibilities include writing study material for the FSCP® courses, including both textbooks and moderator classroom guides. His current course responsibilities include FA 202 Techniques for Meeting Client Needs, FA 251 Essentials of Business Insurance, FA 257 Essentials of Life Insurance Products, and FA 271 Foundations of Estate Planning. In addition, since 2001, he has taught HS 311 Fundamentals of Insurance Planning, HS 323 Individual Life Insurance, and HS 324 Life Insurance Law, which is offered through The College's Huebner School in its special off-campus course program.
Prior to joining the College in 2001, he served as a training supervisor for 15 years for the New York Life Insurance Company in its South Jersey office. He also served as an agent with New York Life for more than 2 years. Before this life insurance experience, he taught psychology at the college level and worked in various educational and mental health programs.
Mr. Stevick earned a BA degree in psychology from Villanova University and an MA in psychology from Duquesne University. He also holds the Chartered Life Underwriter® (CLU®), Chartered Financial Consultant® (ChFC®), and LUTC Fellow designations.