This page outlines who our Career Ambassadors are and the role they have in the Profession.
The role of a Career Ambassador is to promote the Profession by helping to advise those interested in the career path about the role of an actuary and give them informal and personal advice about their route in. Our Career Ambassadors are at many different stages in their actuarial qualification, from new graduates to senior actuaries. They are also working for many different employers in various roles, which allows for a huge variety of insight into a dynamic and ever changing career and professional body.
Our Career Ambassadors are based all over the world, and do a number of different tasks for the purpose of promoting the work of actuaries.
- Career presentations at schools and universities
- Career fairs at schools and presentations
- Career case studies for publications and online platforms
- Over the phone and email advice
If you would like a Career Ambassador to come to your school or university or would like some advice from a Career Ambassador then please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
For case studies on some of our members see meet some of our members.
Are you attending a careers event?
If you are then we can provide you with the following material;
- FAQ folders
- Directory of Actuarial Employers
- Inside Careers (universities only)
- Stand (upon request)
- IACN leaflets (universities only)
- Squeezy dice.
Please send me details of the event - Name of institution, location, date, time and contact at the institution.