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We will support you obtain your Risk Management & Insurance Diploma! FULL SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE!! CLASSES BEGIN 09/07/2021 PROGRAM DETAILS CONTACT KIELLEY LEMKUIL [email protected] 608.729.1240 APPLY DIRECTLY www.ulgm.org/opportunity Application Deadline: Wednesday 07/28 Learn more about
We will support you obtain your Risk Management & Insurance Diploma!
FULL SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE!!
CLASSES BEGIN 09/07/2021
CONTACT KIELLEY LEMKUIL
Application Deadline: Wednesday 07/28
Learn more about Madison College’s Risk Management & Insurance Diploma Program and how to
apply for scholarships generously provided by WPS Health Solutions!
Click the link for more information!
In Wisconsin, jobs in the insurance industry pay 65 cents MORE on the dollar
than any other industry!
Careers in the Insurance Industry include:
• Accounting: Accountants are needed to assist with general accounting, budgeting and regulatory reporting matters.
• Actuaries: Actuaries assist in determining proper insurance premium rates and amounts of claim reserves.
• Agents: Professional work with existing and new policyholders.
• Attorneys: Attorneys handle legal issues for both the company and policyholders.
• Auditors and examiners: Internal auditors are needed by companies. CPA auditors are needed for external audits of
companies. Regulatory examiners are needed to audit companies’ regulatory financial statements.
• Claim Adjustors: Claim Adjustors analyze policyholder losses and determine the proper amounts that should be
paid to the policyholders.
• Customer Service Representatives: Customer service representatives help provide service to new and existing
policyholders with their insurance needs such as policy language, billing, claims, general questions, and renewals.
• Human Resource Specialists: These personnel administer HR functions.
• Investment managers and specialists. Investment specialists are needed to manage investment portfolios.
• Marketing Specialists: Marketing specialists develop overall marketing and sales strategies.
• Managers: Managers administer various aspects of the companies’ functions.
• Programmers and IT specialists: IT Professionals assist in IT systems management. Programmers write and
maintain system software, including web based applications and phone communications.
• Project Managers: Project managers work on projects and coordinate all involved departments and vendors to
achieve the purpose of the project.
• Underwriters: Underwriters determine which risks should be undertaken for indemnification of future losse