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  • Dedham High School Students Visit Travelers Office

    03/27/2014
    Dr. Dan Rouse, an InVEST teacher participant at Dedham High School, took 8 students on a field trip to the Traveler's Concierge Claim facility in Dedham.
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  • InVEST Participates in National Job Shadow Day

    02/06/2013
    InVEST, the insurance industry’s premier classroom to career education program, actively supports efforts across the country for members of the independent agency system to participate in National Job Shadow Day and year round. Numerous InVEST students, agents, brokers, company leaders and other industry leaders participate each year.
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  • Florida Agency Hosts InVEST Students

    01/10/2013
    Bob Rollins, Rich Wurst and Don Dresback, all of Beacon Group Insurance Agency, met with the students and discussed the agency history, how the agency is organized from a staffing standpoint and what skills are needed in serving clients.
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  • Washington InVEST Class Packed with Guest Speakers, Field Trips

    03/10/2012
    The InVEST program at Roosevelt High School is in its second year and has support from local insurance industry volunteers, including their liaison, Bill Allen of Travelers. Teacher Marcelina Pascuel and Allen have established a schedule for the students, which includes numerous guest speakers and field trips to local insurance company offices, claims centers and other offices.
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  • IIABNY Educates Teens On Insurance Careers

    12/09/2011
    More than 50 high school students spent a day learning about career options in the insurance industry from the Independent Insurance Agents & Brokers of New York. Students from Dryden, Groton, and McGraw High Schools and Charles O. Dickerson High School in Trumansburg toured the trade group’s offices near Syracuse on December 7.
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  • IIABNY InVESTs in Future

    12/29/2008
    Thirty-eight students enrolled in the InVEST program viewed their career potential recently, as they toured the suburban Syracuse offices of the Independent Insurance Agents & Brokers of New York, Inc. The young visitors spoke with more than 30 employees of IIABNY, a statewide insurance trade association, and discovered that employment in the insurance industry ranges from Web development to education, as well as sales and customer service. Laid to rest that day were many misconceptions of risk management, while new career opportunities in the insurance industry were born.
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