Actuarial Development Program

Lincoln's extremely competitive Actuarial Development Program (ADP) develops highly skilled business actuaries and leaders for a variety of roles within Lincoln Financial. ADP promotes the development of technical, managerial, and leadership skills in addition to providing generous educational support in promoting rapid examination progress toward attaining a Fellowship in the Society of Actuaries (SOA).

Our program is ideal for candidates who are firmly committed to obtaining an SOA Fellowship. Students begin their careers in a series of two-year rotational assignments that span various business units, functions and locations.

Additionally, Lincoln Financial offers a summer actuarial internship program for college students to provide an opportunity to gain experience in an actuarial profession.

Program highlights

  • Series of two year rotations - typically every 18-24 months
  • Actuarial exam support - Up to 175 hours of study time per exam sitting
         -  Exam study materials, seminars and fees paid on first attempt
         -  Salary increase upon passing exams
  • Virtual and on-site professional development opportunities
  • Opportunities in multiple locations (Fort Wayne, Greensboro, Hartford, Omaha, Philadelphia and Radnor)

Program requirements

  • GPA of 3.0 or above
  • At least one passed SOA exam (not required for internships)

Additional preferences

  • Bachelor's or master's degree in actuarial science, statistics or mathematics
  • Demonstrated leadership experience
  • Strong communication and relationship management skills
  • Prior actuarial internship or other related work experience
  • All VEE requirements completed
     

 

 

Actuarial Development Program

 

 

 

Lincoln's extremely competitive Actuarial Development Program (ADP) develops highly skilled business actuaries and leaders for a variety of roles within Lincoln Financial. ADP promotes the development of technical, managerial, and leadership skills in addition to providing generous educational support in promoting rapid examination progress toward attaining a Fellowship in the Society of Actuaries (SOA).

Our program is ideal for candidates who are firmly committed to obtaining an SOA Fellowship. Students begin their careers in a series of two-year rotational assignments that span various business units, functions and locations.

Additionally, Lincoln Financial offers a summer actuarial internship program for college students to provide an opportunity to gain experience in an actuarial profession.

 

 

 

Program highlights

 

 

 

  • Series of two-year rotations - typically every 18-24 months
  • Actuarial exam support - Up to 175 hours of study time per exam sitting
    • Exam study materials, seminars and fees paid on first attempt
    • Salary increase upon passing exams
  • Virtual and on-site professional development opportunities
  • Opportunities in multiple locations (Fort Wayne, Greensboro, Hartford, Omaha, Philadelphia and Radnor)

 

Program requirements

 

 

  • GPA of 3.0 or above
  • At least one passed SOA exam

 

 

Additional preferences

 

 

 

 

  • Bachelor's or master's degree in actuarial science, statistics or mathematics
  • Demonstrated leadership experience
  • Strong communication and relationship management skills
  • Prior actuarial internship or other related work experience
  • All VEE requirements completed

 

 

Actuarial Development Program

 

 

 

Lincoln's extremely competitive Actuarial Development Program (ADP) develops highly skilled business actuaries and leaders for a variety of roles within Lincoln Financial. ADP promotes the development of technical, managerial, and leadership skills in addition to providing generous educational support in promoting rapid examination progress toward attaining a Fellowship in the Society of Actuaries (SOA).

Our program is ideal for candidates who are firmly committed to obtaining an SOA Fellowship. Students begin their careers in a series of two-year rotational assignments that span various business units, functions and locations.

Additionally, Lincoln Financial offers a summer actuarial internship program for college students to provide an opportunity to gain experience in an actuarial profession.

 

 

 

Program highlights

 

 

 

  • Series of two-year rotations - typically every 18-24 months
  • Actuarial exam support - Up to 175 hours of study time per exam sitting
    • Exam study materials, seminars and fees paid on first attempt
    • Salary increase upon passing exams
  • Virtual and on-site professional development opportunities
  • Opportunities in multiple locations (Fort Wayne, Greensboro, Hartford, Omaha, Philadelphia and Radnor)

 

Program requirements

 

 

  • GPA of 3.0 or above
  • At least one passed SOA exam

 

 

Additional preferences

 

 

 

 

  • Bachelor's or master's degree in actuarial science, statistics or mathematics
  • Demonstrated leadership experience
  • Strong communication and relationship management skills
  • Prior actuarial internship or other related work experience
  • All VEE requirements completed