We are hosting a free webinar on April 7 at 2:00 p.m. ET exclusively for members of CAS Student Central to provide an update on the latest CAS Basic Education requirements, and to offer tips and guidance on taking actuarial exams while in college and upon graduation.
Webinar Topics Include:
- CAS Basic Education Requirements Including Recent Changes
- Study Schedules and Tips for Balancing School Work
- Dealing with Failure
- Transitioning From a Student to Working Full-Time
Presenters will include Ken Williams, FCAS, CAS Staff Actuary, Harry Cheng, a junior at the University of Texas at Dallas, and Othon Hamill, a recent graduate and Actuarial Analyst at Homesite Insurance. Together they will share their insights and answer your questions over the course of the one-hour webinar!
Meet the Presenters
Ken Williams, FCAS, MAAA, Staff Actuary, Casualty Actuarial Society
Ken Williams is a Staff Actuary at the Casualty Actuarial Society (CAS). Prior to joining the CAS, Ken spent 26 years with COUNTRY Financial Insurance Company. Ken has also been a lecturer in the Math department at Illinois State University for over 20 years. He is both a Fellow of the Casualty Actuarial Society (FCAS), and a member of the American Academy of Actuaries (MAAA).
Harry Cheng, Incoming Actuarial Intern at State Farm, Junior at University of Texas at Dallas
Harry Cheng will graduate UT-Dallas in 2023 with a bachelor’s degree in actuarial science. He has a passion for math and technology and completed the CAS Student Central Summer Program in 2021. Harry recently accepted an internship at State Farm where he will work as an Actuarial Intern.
Othon Hamill, Actuarial Analyst at Homesite Insurance
Othon Hamill graduated from Brigham Young University in 2020 with a bachelor’s in actuarial science. As an analyst at Homesite Insurance, Othon has been focused on reserving and financial analysis for commercial property and casualty lines. He is a current volunteer on the Candidate Advocate Working Group and published his first article in Future Fellows in March 2022.