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  • Nicole Coppock

    03/03/2015
    Being a young professional, I took the opportunity to teach young people about insurance — which should be mandatory. We're giving everyone the opportunity to understand insurance, reaching an age group that's about to experience the need for insurance, but they may know very little about it.
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  • Lorrie Partridge

    01/26/2015
    As a volunteer, Lorrie gets to educate students on the importance and value of insurance and share positive information about the Insurance Industry and products. Her agency hired an InVEST grad as an intern during the summer and "she did a great job."
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  • Jill Roth

    01/26/2015
    A young agent shares how her experience in the classroom sheds a light on the variety of careers in the industry. Teaching the next generation about insurance is extremely rewarding. "Most students don’t think about insurance as a career until they take this course."
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  • Bill Allen

    01/26/2015
    An InVEST volunteer of the year takes the program to the next level by teaching adults insurance. He introduced InVEST to the the S.T.A.Y. program at Roosevelt Senior High School in DC. Several students there were even awarded scholarships.
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  • Beth Needham

    01/26/2015
    Beth's agency hired an intern who became a full-time employee. She had never thought of insurance as a career and now enjoys serving her clients and her community.
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  • Dottie Chalmers-Cutter

    01/26/2015
    Seven InVEST Grads, One Agency. InVEST graduates make-up the ranks of a Maine agency. Dottie conveys the greatest benefit to their agency having volunteers in the InVEST classroom is developing the relationships with these students and sharing our insurance knowledge in hopes of encouraging these students to join the insurance industry and (hopefully) consider employment at our agency. Her agency group has benefitted tremendously from InVEST and she is happy to do her part in giving back to this worthy program so we can educate the next generation of future insurance professionals.
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  • Errica Rivera

    01/21/2015
    "Our volunteers have the opportunity to participate in promoting insurance literacy and helping to shape the future face of our industry. We're giving insurance a new and interesting identity for students."
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  • Karen Catalano

    01/21/2015
    Karen works with InVEST programs in Buffalo, NY and has students intern at her agency. She shares her experience in hopes that other insurance professionals will also help with the future perpetuation for the insurance industry.
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  • Scott Davis

    01/20/2015
    Scott is president of the National African American Insurance Association (NAAIA) of Indiana and volunteers with Boy Scouts of America, Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity and his local church. In addition, he finds time to guest speak to InVEST students at Ben Davis High School.
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  • Sharon Simmons

    01/20/2015
    Sharon shares with InVEST students the correlation between tickets, accidents and the impact to insurance premiums. Students begin to understand why rates are so high for their age category and how they can help control costs in this area.
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