Our culture is critically important to us and underpins all that we do at WSFS, including attracting, motivating and retaining engaged Associates who deliver stellar Customer experiences and strengthen the wellbeing of our Communities.
Our culture is based on the fundamental principal of “a really good life.” Our strategy, “engaged Associates, living our culture, making a better life for all we serve,” builds upon this principal.
Working hard, continuously learning, having fun and caring deeply all make for a “really good life,” and that’s what WSFS culture is all about.Learn More
We Stand for Service® is our mission and our daily call to action. We work to create a team of Associates who are passionate about serving the Community, knowing that success will follow.Learn More
We offer generous benefits and programs that support a healthy work-life balance for members of our WSFS Family.Learn More
At WSFS, we do more than serve our Customers inside the walls of our banks. We give our time and talent to local nonprofits and organizations, ingraining ourselves in the Community.Learn More
We are most successful when we take the time to listen and learn from each other. Our Diversity & Inclusion Initiative works to build a diverse, equitable and inclusive environment for our Associates, Customers and the Communities we serve.
Jessica Mojica traces her roots back to the humble beginnings of her parents in Puerto Rico, taking great pride in the heritage that has helped mold her. “My parents worked extremely hard to give us opportunities they did not have to learn and grow,” she said. “While I was born in the United States, I spent a good amount of my childhood summers in Puerto Rico.”Read More
Having worked in retail management and commissioned sales roles for more than 20 years, Jennabeth Dalton had never thought about a career in banking until a WSFS Associate she had previously worked with recommended she give it consideration.Read More
Asociación Puertorriqueños en Marcha (APM) began to plant roots in North Philadelphia more than 50 years ago when a group of Puerto Rican social activists sought to energize the community and help bring its fair share of resources to it.Read More