Career Connections: Careers in Insurance – Virtual Industry Day | November 5

| October 19, 2021
Submitted by Simran Dhillon for CPD
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Join top employer partners for this exciting recruitment event where you will connect with leading employers from the Property and Casualty insurance industry. This dynamic virtual event will include lightening talks, dedicated networking lounges and the opportunity to connect with company representatives of your choice.

This is well suited for those ready to explore employment opportunities and learn more about these companies. Companies will come prepared to discuss their brands and promote available positions they may have. Students in turn will have a company profile of each participating company. The event is structured so it will allow for students to get a quick overview of 6 – 8 companies through the lightning rounds, then meet them in the networking lounge.

Event concludes with coffee chats that the student has initiated with two companies of their choice. Attend for your chance to meet the hiring managers from great companies within the insurance industry.

What you need to know:

  • Students are required to submit a resume ahead of time that participating companies will have access to review

Event Details

Friday, November 5

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