Catch up on the Latest Student Central Webinar!

Last spring the CAS hosted a webinar for Student Central members entitled, “A Day in the Life of a Property and Casualty Actuary.” The webinar was presented by CAS Fellows Timothy Vosicky, FCAS, MAAA and Richard Moncher, FCAS, MAAA. The hour long webinar was rich with content and discussed the following topics:

  • What a workday looks like for entry-level ratemaking and reserving actuaries
  • Similarities and differences between working at a consulting company vs. an insurance company
  • Detailed ratemaking and reserving examples to illustrate for students the types of real-life projects they can expect to encounter on the job
  • Q&A

To learn more about life as a Property and Casualty Actuary and gain valuable firsthand knowledge from P&C Actuaries, view the webinar in the Student Central Online Community!

Apart from “A Day in the Life of a Property and Casualty Actuary”, there are several other webinars on the Student Central website. Webinars are a free resource for student members and a great way to learn more about the actuarial profession as well as P&C career related topics.

Do you have a topic you would like to learn about but hasn’t yet been covered? Comment below what webinar you want CAS Student Central to present on next!

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Making the Most of Your CAS Student Central Membership!

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When I decided that I wanted to pursue actuarial science back in 2006, student resources were scarce and expensive. In fact, I was the one that told my professor that the first exam was no longer calculus (and hadn’t been since 1999). Now, thanks to CAS Student Central, there are tons of FREE resources out there for aspiring actuaries.

Are you making the most out of your membership? Here is a snapshot of what CAS Student Central provides to its members, through its FREE membership program!

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Check out today to take full advantage of your membership!

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 About Author: Meghan Goldfarb, FCAS, MAAA, CPCU, MBA, CSPA is Chair of the CAS Student Central Program. She works as Architecture Director-Business in the Enterprise Technology Department at State Farm

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