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CAS Student Central Webinar - The Entry-Level Job Market for Actuaries: What’s Hot, What’s Not, and How to Position Yourself for Success
The CAS is hosting a webinar for Student Central members on April 14th at 2:30 p.m. ET. The webinar will bring together a panel of industry professionals who will share their insights on the entry-level job market. The webinar will focus on what gives entry-level actuaries the edge when it comes to landing internships and jobs.
In this 75 minute session, the panelists will have a roundtable dialogue with you discussing:
- Areas of opportunity in today's job market
- What employers are looking for in entry-level candidates
- What steps you can take today to make yourself more attractive to employers
There will be opportunities to submit your questions before and during the webinar.
Registration is free and open to CAS Student Central members. You will be able to attend the webinar from anywhere that you have internet access.
Scott Merkord, FCAS, MAAA, Actuary, P&C Insurance Group, USAA
Scott Merkord is an Actuary at USAA in San Antonio, Texas where his responsibilities include the actuarial intern program and entry-level training. He has experience in personal lines pricing and predictive modeling. He is a FCAS, MAAA, and CPCU.
Maureen Matous, HR Business Partner, Actuarial & Analytics, CNA
Maureen Matous is the Senior HR Business Partner for CNA’s Actuarial & Analytics team who joined the organization in July 2013. Maureen has over ten years of recruitment experience focused on actuarial & analytics professionals within all major disciplines including: property & casualty, life insurance, annuities, investments, capital markets, and pension consulting.
Rick Gorvett, FCAS, CERA, MAAA, Ph.D., Staff Actuary, CAS
Rick Gorvett, FCAS, PhD, is Staff Actuary with the Casualty Actuarial Society. He was formerly a professor and director of the actuarial science program at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, one of the largest actuarial science programs in the world, where he advised and prepared his graduates to enter the workforce.