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Interested in what companies are looking for or want to know more about the opportunities a carrier in insurance offers?
Follow the links below:

The Millennial Claims Writer: Training a New Generation

Top 20 Young Professionals in Benefits

Young Agents on Overcoming Obstacles

Why Young Insurance Agents Are So Optimistic

GET A CERTIFICATE

After completing the program, a student will have:

  • Knowledge of key insurance industry principles based on successful completion of the introductory course;
  • Specialized knowledge in at least one selected area of the insurance industry, such as life, property and casualty, etc.;
  • Participated in an experiential internship or applied learning experience at an approved partner company, or additional knowledge in a related professional field;
  • Demonstrated certificate and company required foundational skills and work habits, including but not limited to critical thinking skills, communication and organizational skills, and ability to work with and manipulate data in an informational technology environment.

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Great jobs are available in the Kansas Insurance Industry in areas such as sales and marketing, finance, insurance operations, and information technology. These jobs are located throughout the state at many companies with a national presence.

In fact, as part of the program, students will have an opportunity to receive scholarships, internships, preferred placement, and other benefits.

Check out these participating companies. They may have internships available and are also looking to hire recent graduates who have completed the Kansas Insurance Certificate program.

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ASK YOUR ADVISOR FOR MORE INFORMATION TODAY OR EMAIL THE KANSAS INSURANCE EDUCATION FOUNDATION

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Kansas Insurance Certificate is made possible through the Kansas Insurance Education Foundation.