Actuarial Internship Program

 

 

 

Lincoln's extremely competitive Actuarial Internship Program helps jumpstart a career as an actuary within Lincoln Financial. The program promotes the development of technical, managerial, and leadership skills and provides educational support in promoting rapid examination progress toward attaining a Fellowship in the Society of Actuaries (SOA).

During the 11-week summer internship, actuarial interns learn about our products while working in a variety of disciplines including financial reporting and planning, valuation, pricing and product development, and asset/liability management across our life insurance, annuities, group protection, and retirement lines of business. Interns participate in a speaker series with business leaders from across the organization, attend workshops focused on presentation skills, resume building, and career development, and enjoy a variety of social events with other interns and Actuarial Development Program participants. We offer both competitive pay and housing support.

Actuarial internship positions are available in six locations:

Atlanta, GA, Fort Wayne, IN, Hartford, CT, Greensboro, NC, Omaha, NE, Radnor, PA

 

 

 

Program responsibilities

 

 

 

  • Run models and analyze output for consistency and reasonableness
  • Compile, categorize and audit data
  • Document and verify factors used in computations and actuarial methodologies
  • Gain knowledge about company operations, systems and actuarial methodologies
  • Depending on area, develop rate filings, in-force files and experience study results
  • Depending on area, assist in the determination

 

Program requirements

 

 

  • GPA of 3.0 or above
  • Pursuing undergraduate or graduate degree; Actuarial Science, Applied Mathematics, Economics/Finance, Mathematics, Statistics or related major preferred
  • Demonstrated leadership experience
  • Strong communication and problem-solving skills
  • Ability to quickly learn and apply new skills and information
  • Authorization to work in the U.S. without employer sponsorship

 

 

Actuarial Internship Program

 

 

 

Lincoln's extremely competitive Actuarial Internship Program helps jumpstart a career as an actuary within Lincoln Financial. The program promotes the development of technical, managerial, and leadership skills and provides educational support in promoting rapid examination progress toward attaining a Fellowship in the Society of Actuaries (SOA).

During the 11-week summer internship, actuarial interns learn about our products while working in a variety of disciplines including financial reporting and planning, valuation, pricing and product development, and asset/liability management across our life insurance, annuities, group protection, and retirement lines of business. Interns participate in a speaker series with business leaders from across the organization, attend workshops focused on presentation skills, resume building, and career development, and enjoy a variety of social events with other interns and Actuarial Development Program participants. We offer both competitive pay and housing support.

Actuarial internship positions are available in six locations:

Atlanta, GA, Fort Wayne, IN, Hartford, CT, Greensboro, NC, Omaha, NE, Radnor, PA

 

 

 

Program responsibilities

 

 

 

  • Run models and analyze output for consistency and reasonableness
  • Compile, categorize and audit data
  • Document and verify factors used in computations and actuarial methodologies
  • Gain knowledge about company operations, systems and actuarial methodologies
  • Depending on area, develop rate filings, in-force files and experience study results
  • Depending on area, assist in the determination

 

Program requirements

 

 

  • GPA of 3.0 or above
  • Pursuing undergraduate or graduate degree; Actuarial Science, Applied Mathematics, Economics/Finance, Mathematics, Statistics or related major preferred
  • Demonstrated leadership experience
  • Strong communication and problem-solving skills
  • Ability to quickly learn and apply new skills and information
  • Authorization to work in the U.S. without employer sponsorship

 

 

Actuarial Internship Program

 

 

 

Lincoln's extremely competitive Actuarial Internship Program helps jumpstart a career as an actuary within Lincoln Financial. The program promotes the development of technical, managerial, and leadership skills and provides educational support in promoting rapid examination progress toward attaining a Fellowship in the Society of Actuaries (SOA).

During the 11-week summer internship, actuarial interns learn about our products while working in a variety of disciplines including financial reporting and planning, valuation, pricing and product development, and asset/liability management across our life insurance, annuities, group protection, and retirement lines of business. Interns participate in a speaker series with business leaders from across the organization, attend workshops focused on presentation skills, resume building, and career development, and enjoy a variety of social events with other interns and Actuarial Development Program participants. We offer both competitive pay and housing support.

Actuarial internship positions are available in six locations:

Atlanta, GA, Fort Wayne, IN, Hartford, CT, Greensboro, NC, Omaha, NE, Radnor, PA

 

 

 

Program responsibilities

 

 

 

  • Run models and analyze output for consistency and reasonableness
  • Compile, categorize and audit data
  • Document and verify factors used in computations and actuarial methodologies
  • Gain knowledge about company operations, systems and actuarial methodologies
  • Depending on area, develop rate filings, in-force files and experience study results
  • Depending on area, assist in the determination

 

Program requirements

 

 

  • GPA of 3.0 or above
  • Pursuing undergraduate or graduate degree; Actuarial Science, Applied Mathematics, Economics/Finance, Mathematics, Statistics or related major preferred
  • Demonstrated leadership experience
  • Strong communication and problem-solving skills
  • Ability to quickly learn and apply new skills and information
  • Authorization to work in the U.S. without employer sponsorship