Want to explore new opportunities? Looking for employment or an internship? The CPCU Society can help you get where you need to go. We’re focused on your success and have the tools you need to enhance your career.
Gamma Iota Sigma boasts a yearly paid membership of over 1100 students. But it isn't the number of students that join GIS every year that make the organization special, it is the caliber of these students. Below you will find just a handful of our students. Please contact us to find out how you can meet these and other exception students from across North America.
Take a look at a compile list of resources that we have developed to help you as a Chartered Property Casualty Underwriter.
Find a Job
Identify new career opportunities and make your job search easier, faster and more targeted with the CPCU Society’s Job Network.
Career Help and Advice
Your career transition doesn’t have to be stressful. Network with your peers and lean on the CPCU Society’s many resources for support.
High School Outreach Program
The Syracuse Chapter developed a High School Outreach Program to educate students about career opportunities in the insurance industry. Chapter members are available to attend career days and make class presentations. Contact Ronnie Wade, CPCU (email@example.com) if you are interested in getting involved or if you are a school looking for an insurance industry presentation.
The Syracuse Chapter Scholarship Committee, chaired by Ronnie Wade, CPCU, announced a major update to its scholarship program in 2011. In addition to scholarships available to the children and grandchildren of members, two new scholarships will also be offered each year. High school seniors planning to go to college to pursue a degree in insurance or an insurance-related field are eligible to apply for up to $1,000. Guidance counselors throughout Central NY are notified of the availability of the high school scholarship.
Good Works Projects
The goal of the Good Works Committee is to organize participation in events that will benefit our community. If you have an idea for a Good Works project contact committee co-chairs Diane Sanders (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Laurie Robbins (email@example.com).
The Education Committee offers customized training for local insurance companies and agencies suited to their employees. Classes will be held on-site, structured to meet the employer and employees' needs. For more information, contact Education Committee Co-Chair Laurie Robbins,CPCU (firstname.lastname@example.org).